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Dynamics Weekly #87

Welcome to Dynamics Weekly! Microsoft wrote an official statement regarding the licensing changes, tr
Dynamics Weekly #87
By Guido Preite • Issue #87 • View online
Welcome to Dynamics Weekly!
Microsoft wrote an official statement regarding the licensing changes, trying to clarify what has been announced at Inspire. Meanwhile the Flow team released a clipboard functionality that will simplify the editing of your Flows.
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Articles
Comparing the three main ways to get Dynamics 365 data into Power BI
The ISV Revenue Sharing Addendum Review
PowerApps Portals Licensing for October 2019
Tools & Code
Nested Editable Grids in D365 CE v9 UCI
Getting entity record counts
How to Replicate Close Opportunity in Dynamics 365 using Alert.js
Videos
PowerApps Auditing, Usage Logging, and Reporting
PowerApps Auditing, Usage Logging, and Reporting
19) Microsoft for Customer Service | Azure AI Dynamics 365 Customer Service Insights & Virtual Agent
19) Microsoft for Customer Service | Azure AI Dynamics 365 Customer Service Insights & Virtual Agent
Microsoft Flow Approval Cancellation
Microsoft Flow Approval Cancellation
Podcasts
CRM Audio: Licensing updates with Steve Mordue - CRM Audio
XrmToolCast: PCF-CustomControlBuilder with Danish Naglekar
CRM MVP Podcast: Episode 58: Creating, sending, and analyzing surveys with ease
Other interesting articles
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