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A blog is an informational website published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete, often informal diary-style text entries (posts). Posts are shown in reverse chronological order, so that the most recent post appears first, at the top of the web page. Until 2009, blogs were usually the work of a single individual, occasionally of the small group, and often covered a single subject or topic. In the 2010s, “multi-author blogs” (MABs) emerged, featuring the writing of multiple authors and sometimes professionally edited. MABs from newspapers, other media outlets, universities, think tanks, advocacy groups, and same institutions account for the bosting the quantity of blog traffic. The rise of Twitter and other “microblogging” systems supports integrate MABs and single-author blogs into the news media. The blog can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog.
Before, the knowledge of the technologies as HTML and FTP had been required to publish the content on the Web, and early Web users, therefore, and computer enthusiasts. In the 2010s, the majority are interactive Web 2.0 websites, grant visitors to leave online comments, and it is this interactivity that distinguishes them from the other static websites. In that sense, blogging can be viewed as a form of social networking service. Indeed, bloggers do not only produce content for the post on their blogs but also often build social relations with their readers and other bloggers. However, there are high-readership blogs which do not grant comments. Many blogs offer commentary on a particular subject or topic, ranging from politics to sports. Others function personal online diaries, and others function more as online brand advertising of a particular individual or company A blog combines text, digital images, and links to other blogs, web pages, and the other media related to its topic.

Dynamics 365 for Sales and LinkedIn

This post explains about Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales and LinkedIn. Digital transformation is real. Across every industry vertical, companies are rethinking their business processes and entire segments are reorganizing. Increase the key app scenarios by connecting the system of record with the LinkedIn data graph and insights. Build custom applications powered by LinkedIn Sales Navigator intelligence, enhancing business processes with data about people, organizations, and relationships. Ways to Improve Dynamics 365 for Sales and LinkedIn integration Explore the use of Virtual Entities to allow data to be visualized from LinkedIn in Dynamics 365 for Sales while staying GDPR compliant. Upgrade the integration to include LinkedIn Activity types natively in Dynamics 365. Why are there no t...

User Licensing Update to Dynamics 365 F&O

Microsoft released a new licensing guide for the MS D365 business app suite with a number of updates. This User Licensing Update to Dynamics 365 F&O only seek to the cloud version of D365 F&O and does not apply to on-premise installs. New Licensing Model (as of Oct 1st, 2019) The Operations level license is now divided into separate modules: Finance Supply Chain Management Retail Talent The Activity level license has now been renamed to Operations – Activity. Old Licensing Model (prior to Oct 1st, 2019) And for the comparison, here is the old licensing model. License Types on the Entry Points The ViewUserLicense and MaintainUserLicense parameters on entry points are still there and the UserLicenseType enum is unchanged. As in earlier versions of licensing, entry point access drives...

Reserve Items in Microsoft Dynamics NAV

This post explains how to Reserve Items in Microsoft Dynamics NAV. You can reserve items for the sales orders, purchase orders, service orders, assembly orders, and the production orders. You can reserve items on the inventory or inbound on an open document or the journal lines. You perform the work in Reservation window. Each line in the Reservation window, which you open to reserve items, displays information about one type of line (sales, purchase, journal) or inventory entry. The lines describe how many items are available to be reserved for each type of line or entry. Reserve Items in Microsoft Dynamics NAV For Sales The following describes how to reserve items from a sales order. The steps for purchase, service, and orders. Select the  icon, enter Sales Orders, and then choose the re...

Sales Territory Management in Microsoft D365 CRM

In this post, we will tell you about Sales Territory Management in Microsoft D365 CRM or Sales Territory Management in Dynamics CRM using Maps. Territory Management has always been an important part of every business not just to improve sales and revenue potential but also to get a stronghold of customer and market segments. In Dynamics 365 we always had the option of creating territories since inception. Our aim has always been to extend the existing Microsoft Dynamics CRM Territory option native to the product and build upon it. Territory Management feature in Maplytics has helped users to significantly improve sales and customer satisfaction. Territory Management made easy in Dynamics 365/CRM Territory Management feature in Maplytics helps users to add geographical boundaries (be it sha...

Microsoft D365 Business Central Licensing

This post explains about Microsoft D365 Business Central Licensing. Dynamics 365 Business Central fits the wants of midsize businesses with core business needs. It supports the company to connect the financials, sales, purchase, inventory, projects, service, and the operations. With MS D365 Business Central, you must license at least one of MS Dynamics 365 Business Central Essentials or D365 Business Central Premium users. Additional access to the service functionality by other users is licensed with Dynamics 365 Business Central Team Members. Subscription Microsoft D365 Business Central Licensing Requirements Licensing Requirements for Internal Users Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central has two types of SLs: User SL: The primary licensing is by User SLs, which are assigned on a “named ...

Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service

This post explains about Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service. Common Data Service lets you securely store and manage data that are used by business applications. Information within Common Data Service is stored within the set of entities. An entity is a set of records used to store data, similar to how a table stores data within a database. Common Data Service includes a base set of standard entities that cover scenarios, but you can create the custom entities particular to your company and populate them with data using Power Query. App makers can then use PowerApps to build rich applications using this data. Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service Dynamics 365 applications, like Dynamics 365 for Sales, Service or Talent also use the Common Data Service to store and secure data use...

Microsoft D365 Business Central Role Center

This post explains about Microsoft D365 Business Central Role Center. The strength of Microsoft D365 is its role tailored experience that assists users to focus on the work that is important to them. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Role Center is an integral part of the role tailored experience. Being a developer, role tailoring should be the foundation for your Role Center design. The Role Center is the user’s entry point and home page for Dynamics 365. You can develop many other Role Centers, where each Role Center is customized to the profile of the intended users. Role Centers are based on a user-centric design model. You should design a Role Center to give users quick access to the information that is most important to them in their daily work displaying information that...

Manage Key Vault in Azure Stack using the Portal

This article describes how to create and manage a key vault in Azure Stack using the Azure Stack portal. Create a Key Vault in Azure Stack using the Portal Sign in to the user portal. From the dashboard, select + Create a resource, then Security + Identity, then Key Vault. 3. In Create Key Vault pane, assign the Name for your vault. Vault names can carry only alphanumeric characters and the hyphen (-) character. They shouldn’t start with a number. 4. Select the Subscription from the list of available subscriptions. All subscriptions that offer the Key Vault service are displayed in the drop-down list. 5. Select an existing Resource Group, or create a new one. 6. Select the Pricing Tier. In the Azure Stack Development Kit (ASDK), key vaults support Standard SKUs only. 7. Select one of...

Sales Order Dates in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018

In this post explains how to use Sales Order Dates in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018. Date fields on Dynamics Navision 2018 sales orders can be confusing but used correctly, they will improve your sales order processing. The dates are designed to allow you to plan the shipments to meet your customer’s delivery expectations. There are ten date options when processing sales orders in NAV 2018. Six are on the sales header, four are on both the header and lines, and one is only on the lines. The use of the header-only dates is straightforward. The dates that are on both header and lines interact with each other and must be used more carefully. Sales Order Dates – General FastTab By default, the Sales Header General FastTab has six dates. Document Date – Defaults to the date the document was creat...

AL Programming for Dynamics Business Central On Premises

In this post, we will explain about How to Use the Dictionary, RecordID, RecordRef, and BigText Data and also the Types in AL Programming for Dynamics Business Central On Premises. There are many data types that are used in the AL programming language, used to modify code in Microsoft Dynamics Business Central On Premises. This blog explains how to use the Dictionary, RecordID, RecordRef, and BigText data types. Dictionary Data Type The Dictionary data type represents a collection of keys and values. Dictionary made of a value and its associated key. Every key in a Dictionary must be unique. Following is an example: Create a codeunit using the ‘tcodeunit’ snippet and then provide the ID number and name of the codeunit. Create a procedure using the ‘tproceure’ snippet. The variable mycustom...

Power Platform 2019 Release Wave 2 plan

This post explains about Power Platform 2019 Release Wave 2 plan. The release plan for the 2019 release wave 2 describes all new features releasing from October 2019 through March 2020 for Power Platform (PowerApps, Power BI, and Microsoft Flow). New for wave 2: The Dynamics 365 features coming in the 2019 release wave 2 have been summarized in a separate release plan. Power Platform 2019 Release Wave 2 overview The Microsoft Power Platform allows the users and companies to analyze, act, and automate on the data to digitally transform their businesses. The Power Platform today is comprised of three products – Power BI, PowerApps, and Flow. For PowerApps, this release wave includes major improvements to enable app makers to build higher-quality applications more easily while still helping m...

Microsoft Dynamics 365 2019 Release Wave 2 plan

This post explains about Microsoft Dynamics 365 2019 Release Wave 2. The releases plan for the 2019 release wave 2 describes all new features releasing from October 2019 through March 2020 for Dynamics 365. You can either browse the release notes online or download the document as a PDF file. New for wave 2: The Power Platform (PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, and Power BI) features coming in the 2019 release wave 2 have been summarized in a separate release plan. Microsoft Dynamics 365 2019 Release Wave 2 overview The 2019 release wave 2 for Dynamics 365 brings new innovations that provide you with significant capabilities to transform your business. The enhancements to Dynamics 365 applications include hundreds of new capabilities across the business process applications: Sales Marketing Custo...

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