Dynamics 365, Functional, Integration, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft Flow, Microsoft Forms, msdyncrm, No code, Office 365, OOB Functionality, Preview

How to create Microsoft Form integration with Dynamics 365

Microsoft Forms is a service that allows for the creation of a basic form quickly and easily. Forms are no longer in preview just for educational organisations and are now in preview for everybody with a valid Office 365 Licence, which means we can now look at how this service can fit into the Dynamics 365 stack of technologies as it offers an alternative to other services such as those that are designed to create Landing Pages within Dynamics 365, or produce Surveys, essentially any sort of fast data collection or submitting you want the user to do. (There’s always positives and negatives of course which need to be weighed up with what you want out of the service you choose)

Dynamics CRM 2013, Dynamics CRM 2015, Functional, msdyncrm, No code, OOB Functionality, Visualisation, Workflow, XRM Solution

Updated Incremental Auto Numbering Solution (using real time workflows) and video run through

There has been a few queries regarding the Auto Numbering Solution post which featured here originally and upon reviewing it, there are a few things that could have been better explained. I thought this would be a good opportunity to update the original post to include this clarity and also include a short video to run through and explain the ‘concept’ of the solution and also discuss some of the areas that could cause the most issues to help as much as possible.

In the video I referenced a diagram I threw together to help explore the concept and the transnational element of the solution and this has been included below. The video is embedded into the blog post header but the link is also here.