I recently had a requirement to change the default font used by emails in Dynamics CRM from the rather ugly defaults to something a bit more presentable, there are a few ways to go about this which I’ll mention, however, the method I’m going to cover in detail uses only OOTB customizations rather than a hacky JS function.
A short article today just to go over changing the Date format of Date fields and strings within your CRM Portals instance.
As part of a current development project for a support desk utilising CRM Portals we had a requirement to allow the system to automatically associate a new B2C login with an existing contact if the email address matches.
I was admittedly worried this could be a difficult thing to do well, however, CRM Portals actually makes it extremely easy providing your email claims are linked to the primary email field in CRM.
In this article, I’ll cover the setting required to make this work.
Today I’ll be demonstrating a simple method to close a case automatically if it remains in a specified Status for a certain length of time. This is particularly useful if you want to close cases if, for example, they haven’t had a reply from a customer within two weeks or similar.
To do this you will require the permissions to create workflows and fields on the case entity.
This small custom workflow step allows you to get the GUID of any record within a workflow whether built-in or a custom entity.
The project and all source code are available on GitHub, feel free to use it in any manner you see fit.
I recently had a user requirement which required functionality that wouldn’t be possible using the CRM Portals built in ‘Case Reopen’ button which led me to recreating the functionality using a custom Workflow Action Button. Although that worked functionally it did have a problem.
I needed to filter the buttons visibility based on fields within the case record.
There is the ability to filter button visibility in Portals but there is no official documentation regarding the feature, which is called “Filter Criteria”.
In the article below I will cover how this actually works and how you can use it yourself.
It’s not easy finding an up-to-date list of the available site settings utilised by Dynamics Portals or at least I’ve not had much luck in finding one, so this is a first attempt at creating a list. If I’m missing any feel free to comment below and I’ll get them added in.
Unfortunately, WordPress doesn’t lend itself very well to showing tables with a large quantity of information so I would suggest using your browsers search functionality if you’re looking for a specific setting.
And finally, I’m sure there are many more Site Settings that are supported but I’m yet to use them and can’t find a single reference point which lists all of the currently available values.