Let us see how to handle the visibility of RibbonButton based on selection of records.
To achieve this, we need to have a XRM toolbox setup in your computer and connected to your working CRM Environment.
Most of the customers wanted to have a custom RibbonButton on a particular entity and due to this visibility of that RibbonButton comes in a picture that improves the efficiency of the product.
We can handle button visibility from Entity form, Entity List view and from any Subgrid on entity from.
Let us see the visibility of custom button from Home grid.
Having a consistent entry format for phone numbers is something that most companies want to see in their Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (CRM) environments.
Scenario 1: User provides data into a phone number field. The field includes some special characters. Cleaning them becomes a difficult task.
Scenario 2: If there are more than 10 digits provided in a Phone Number field.
Scenario 3: Format a Phone Number to desired Format. (more…)
Add the Fields on a Form in Microsoft Dynamics 365
After you’ve identified additional information that you would like to track in the application, you can create the custom fields on the appropriate entity and expose that new fields on a page in Microsoft Dynamics 365.
The following steps describe the process for creating a custom field and placing that field on a form.
Navigate to the form where the new field is needed.
Because the end goal is to expose the custom field on a form, the entry point for creating custom fields exists inside the personalization experience. Open the personalization toolbar by selecting Options, and then Personalize the form.
Click Insert and then Field.