If you are of the opinion
A Tip a day keeps CRM at bay
then I have the perfect blog for you, no it’s not mine. It’s the chaps over at CRM Tip of the Day who also have a lovely logo
It’s a site being run by the crew of
- Joel Lindstrom. CRM Guru Extraordinaire, father, author, harp virtuoso, formidable cow tipper
- George Doubinski.
Ex-Nuclear ex-scientist, occasional blogger, lousy curling player, CRM Enterprise Academy trainer, consumer of fine foods & liquids
If you haven’t heard of Joel Lindstrom he is a CRM MVP for a number of years.
The tips are quick snappy tips and there are already 40 plus ready for you to enjoy, click the link to go to the site – http://crmtipoftheday.com/. It’s a site which does exactly what it says on the tin, if indeed it was a tin with the name of the site on the side.
My only criticism is I can’t see an RSS link to subscribe to the service so you have to follow them by twitter at the moment @crmtipoftheday
here is a sample tip to wet your appetite
A little known secret for CRM Online users and a good reminder from Daniel Cai. If you’ve added additional search fields to your Quick find or other views, the underlying entity contains a large number of records, and the response time is slow, you might need a custom SQL index added to improve the performance. While administrators of on premises deployments of Dynamics CRM can add SQL indexes as needed, there is no direct access to CRM Online database. The good news is that Microsoft Support can add required database indexes for you. Just open a support ticket and make the request (of course, you’d better do your homework and be sure that the index will solve the issue and not leave database performance unaffected or, worse, slow down your CRM)