This week has been a bumper crop of CRM articles and some good ones using some CRM 2013 functionality.
If you want a more in depth look at the articles then watch the video below
Article of the week
This weeks article of the week is from CRM MVP Jukka Niiranen who has written an excellent blog on one of the popular scenarios in Microsoft Dynamics CRM and something which people do seem to struggle with.
It’s a very detailed article and goes into great depth explaining the various aspects of recurring workflows.
CRM MVP Carsten Groth answers the Hosk’s questions this week
A new feature in CRM 2013 which allows you bulk edit field attributes, which is useful thing to know and now we both know it.
Well who knew there were keyboard shortcuts for CRM 2013, check them out and ease your CRM 2013 navigation woes
Good step by step article telling you how to setup Sharepoint online with CRM 2013 online
Hosk’s study material for MB2-703 – CRM 2013 customization and configuration exam
This blog post shows you how to show the user a dialog box (it seems like a dialog box but actually is a separate page) which is similar to the standard dialog boxes in CRM
A blog on Business Rules (no I’m still not calling them portable business logic) and basically explaining business rules comes in pairs, one to do some functionality and another to remove it.
The Hosk found a cheeky error and a cheeky solution to the Dialog Date problem
The save and new button is missing when creating child entities, if you miss that good old button, then this article will help show you how to get it back into CRM 2013
A review of the Advanced Find on record forms in CRM 2013 tool. All it does is add an advanced find to every record form, I say all but it’s awesome because it means I can find the advanced find in CRM 2013 again, wooohoo
Robert Peledie goes through customizing charts in CRM 2013
A Hosk CRM Dev video going through creating a plugin which is triggered on creating an account record and creates a follow up task.
A video review of the Advanced Find on every record tool, see it in action
If you want more great articles why not read last week articles of the week again