I started last week mentioning some cheeky scamp questioning my use of the word Hosk and how ridiculously this was to say such a thing to the Hosk.
I will say 99 percent of the comments I get on my blog are very useful and constructive, usually pointing out something I have missed or mentioned incorrectly (thanks CRM Master Adam Vero) or usually offering some extra piece of information.
So this week I have received some messages of love for the blog and I thank everyone for that.
it’s always good to tell someone they are doing a good job, make that your aim today.
It’s good to know people like the Hosk’s Top CRM articles and it’s good to know I can get the benefit from lots of great articles written by other people, on the plus side I am promoting their brilliant articles here, so everyone is a winner
I also had my highest number of views in a day this week
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Views per Visitor: 1.74
1112 came from Google searches.
if you want to a summary of the articles watch the video
Article of the Week
The Best of the Rest
Good article comparing Owner Teams to Access teams, it’s a summary of the white paper written by Microsoft.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Owner Teams vs Access Teams
Some tips for those people studying for the CRM 2013 customization and configuration exam – MB2-703. A few last minute study notes
The Hosk’s weekly integration of a CRM MVP
How to change color on text fields in CRM 2013, it’s unsupported but that doesn’t stop customers wanting it Just tell them no it cannot be done.
but if you really need to do it read the article below.
Good article for anyone who has setup and Administer CRM online, a list of tasks you are going to have to do with links to resources to help you.
CRM MVP Jukka Niiranen shows how to visualize goals on a windows phone, he even moved jobs so he could use the software for free.
if you have sitemap issues after upgrading in CRM 2013 then read this blog and it might help you find some solutions
CRM MVP Larry Lentz puts Access teams in a nutshell and shakes them all about
A review of a new tool for CRM 2013 which will create Early bound class for you with the excellent feature of create enums for your optionsets.
Comparing FetchXML with SQL script in SSRS reports
how to clear a field using business rules, sometimes clearing things in CRM isn’t obvious
Sub grids can act weird in CRM 2013 but it’s by design, learn why
Things won’t be supported in the next release, check out what
things to think about when move business rules
Some tips for those people studying for the CRM 2013 applications exam. A few last minute study notes
Tools to help you copy data between CRM instances
Some development done by the Hosk with Dialog’s and a custom workflow
A great video from CRM MVP Richard Knudson and how sub grids work in CRM 2013
You have probably heard about CRM Gamified, well have a look at what it is here
These are Hosk’s videos
A review of the CRM Early bound generator tool and a very quick look at using the early bound file
I created a dialog and custom workflow and I talk through the process
A video going through the process of creating Access team and access team template and bit of information about access teams
If you want more great articles, why not go back and read last weeks top CRM articles again, did you read them?
if you find reading to difficult today, why not go and watch some CRM videos on my youtube channel