Category Archives for "Podcast"

Implement This with Dynamics 365

Delegation in Canvas PowerApps

Delegation is an important concept for Makers using the canvas PowerApps visual designer. It’s not a skill that is 100% required, but after working with PowerApps for a while, delegation becomes an important capability to understand and implement.

Discussed on the show

  • What is delegation in the PowerApps visual designer?
  • Why is Matt talking about cooking for his family?
  • Why should I care about delegation?
  • Which data sources support delegation?
  • Which functions can be delegated? More on docs.microsoft.com
  • Common Data Service (CDS) connector delegation More on docs.microsoft.com
  • How do I know if I’m delegating?

What’s on your mind?

Have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast? Submit one by visiting implementthis.org

Implement This with Dynamics 365

Solution Awareness in Flow and Canvas PowerApps

In this episode we revisit some updates to the solution awareness of Flow and Canvas PowerApps when using the Common Data Service.

Alert–podcast link updates!

As mentioned in the episode, if you listen to Implement This through the CRM Audio podcast feed, make sure to update to the CRM Audio Network feed to continue receiving Implement This and all of the other great shows from CRM Audio. If you’re already subscribed to the Implement This standalone feed, you don’t need to do anything (but please do check out the other shows on the network!)

Discussed on the show

  • Solution Awareness for Flows
  • Solution Awareness for Canvas PowerApps
  • Common Data Service connector vs. Dynamics 365 connector
  • Application lifecycle and managing connectors
  • PowerApps interface for managing solutions vs. classic interface

What’s on your mind?

Have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast? Submit one by visiting implementthis.org

Implement This with Dynamics 365

Portals + SharePoint in Dynamics 365 – Ep 35

In this episode (sponsored by Kingswaysoft), hosts Britta Rekstad and Matthew C. Anderson discuss the use of SharePoint document libraries with Dynamics portals.

Discussed on the show

What’s on your mind?

Have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast? Submit one by visiting implementthis.org

2 Implement This with Dynamics 365

Date fields in the Common Data Service – Ep 34

On today’s episode (sponsored by D365UG/CRMUG), Britta Rekstad and Matthew C. Anderson discuss date fields in the Common Data Service for Apps and the considerations for PowerApps and Dynamics 365 configuration.

Discussed on the show

  • The default behavior for new fields
  • Date field options
  • Time Zone offset, UTC date and time
  • Time in date-only fields
  • Matthew’s first mistake with date fields
  • Time zone and Canvas vs. Model PowerApps
  • Calculated fields and “date math”
  • Looking at the wider Power platform (Flow, Power BI)
  • Grey areas for date field type in your data model (one of us says “willy nilly”)
  • Fun facts

What’s on your mind?

Have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast? Submit one by visiting implementthis.org

Implement This with Dynamics 365

What’s a “Maker” and where do I fit in a Power platform world? – Ep 33

In this episode (sponsored by Maplytics by Inogic), hosts Britta Rekstad and Matthew C. Anderson discuss the Power platform from the perspective of people with a background in Dynamics CRM / Dynamics 365.

Discussed on the show

What’s on your mind?

Have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast? Submit one by visiting implementthis.org

Implement This with Dynamics 365

Importing data to Microsoft Business Applications – Ep 32

In this episode (sponsored by mscrm-addons.com), hosts Britta Rekstad and Matthew C. Anderson discuss the easy to use (non-developer) methods to get data into Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement and the Common Data Service for Apps.

Discussed on the show

  • Import methods
  • File types
  • Import process
  • Working with exceptions
  • Relational data import

What’s on your mind?

Have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast? Submit one by visiting implementthis.org

Implement This with Dynamics 365

Auditing in Microsoft Business Applications – Ep 31

In this episode (sponsored by D365UG), hosts Britta Rekstad and Matthew C. Anderson discuss the modern auditing capabilities in the Microsoft Business Applications platform.

Discussed on the show

What’s on your mind?

Have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast? Submit one by visiting implementthis.org

Implement This with Dynamics 365

Make PowerApps / D365 management easier by using XRMtoolbox – Ep 30

In this episode (sponsored by CRMUG/D365UG), hosts Britta Rekstad and Matthew C. Anderson talk about XRM Toolbox Tools.

Discussed on the show

Minor correction: Excel export supports 100,000 records in an export.

Call to action!

We’re going to do an upcoming episode about the Unified Interface for Dynamics 365/Model-Driven PowerApps. Send us your questions through the contact form on our website or through Twitter @mcanderson or @macgyvercrm

What’s on your mind?

Have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast? Submit one by visiting implementthis.org

1 Implement This with Dynamics 365

Cascade Rules in Dynamics 365 & Model-Driven Power Apps – Ep 29

In this episode (sponsored by Maplytics by Inogic), hosts Britta Rekstad and Matthew C. Anderson discuss cascade rules for entity relationships in Dynamics 365 and model-driven PowerApps.

Discussed on the show

  • What are cascade rules?
  • Default behavior you should review
  • Types of cascading
  • Modification & restrictions
  • Where the magic happens

What’s on your mind?

Have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast? Submit one by visiting implementthis.org

Implement This with Dynamics 365

Native Charts in Dynamics & Model-Driven PowerApps – Ep 28

In this episode (sponsored by D365UG/CRMUG), hosts Britta Rekstad and Matthew C. Anderson discuss why native charts still matter in Dynamics 365 and model-driven PowerApps.

Discussed on the show

What’s on your mind?

Have a question you’d like answered on a future podcast? Submit one by visiting implementthis.org

1 2 3 4