Category Archives: Dynamics 365

Using Emojis in Dynamics

  Dynamics does allow emojies. It’s just that, and I’m not sure why nobody else(myself included) spotted this interesting feature before Meagan Walker did it in her blog post: So I could not help but to dig a bit more into it. Turns out you can use emojis pretty much anywhere in Dynamics (and… Read More »

Dynamics Portals: External Authentication

  When enabling / disabling external authentication on the portal, there seem to be at least a couple of gotchas. In general, the whole process of enabling external sign in through different authentication providers is described here: However, if you wanted to disable external authentication, you might use false for the following site setting:… Read More »

Power Platform – might be a good name for everything Microsoft is doing.. that would be really cool

This is my personal opinion, of course, but I think it’s still difficult for Microsoft to look “cool” because, frankly, Microsoft has been and still is about doing everything. They have cloud services, artificial intelligence, operating systems, developer tools, CRM, document management, they tried phones, they.. what is it they did not try? So let’s… Read More »

The end of Dynamics developer is near?

Ok, the title probably has something to do with Steve Mordue’s post I just read: Thing is, I do believe pure developers are quickly becoming irrelevant in the Power Platform world. I am probably lucky to have on-premise clients since it’s a different world alltogether, but it’s not going to last forever either. Where… Read More »

Dynamics Portals: Liquid Reference (the missing Appendix A)

  If you are starting to work with Liquid, Microsoft has a rather detailed documentation here: But, after a few days of having to scan through that documentation, I’ve started to realize that it would be great to also have a reference page that would list all Liquid keywords and cross-reference them with the… Read More »

Dynamics Portals: Adding a custom button to the entity forms

Was looking into how to add a custom button to the entity form, and found this thread in the community forums: So with a little modification(class attribute of the new button element), just so the second button looks similar to the default “submit” (which is re-labelled to “Subscribe” on the screenshot below), here is… Read More »