Scratching your head over why your custom ribbon buttons are not visible or not working as expected–The wonderful Command checker tool from Microsoft might just save your day.

Debajit's Dynamic CRM Blog

If you have ever worked in Dynamics 365 implementation then it is almost certain that you must have played around with ribbons. And more often than not you must have faced scenario where you have multiple enable and display rules on the form and not sure why the ribbon button is showing up on the form when it is supposed not to show up or vice versa.

And what we do to resolve it. Well, we play around with the ribbon customizations which takes much more time than other customizations in Dynamics 365. And if it is some custom rule, we would attach debuggers to our custom code and debug and find what is going wrong.

What if I tell you that Microsoft just released something which shall help you identify which of your ribbon rule is evaluating to what in a matter of few mins so that you can…

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MB-600: Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Solution Architect (beta)

Below BETA exam released for Dynamics 365 Solution Architects.

Click on the link for more information.

MB-600: Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Solution Architect (beta)

Dynamics 365 Wave 1 release details

On 27th Jan 2020, Microsoft has released the key dates for Dynamics 365 2020 wave 1 plan and upcoming features.

Click on the below image for more details.

Click here for more information on release plan.

Click here to know more about wave 1 features and their availability.

Scan business cards in Dynamics 365 for Sales – 2019 Release Wave 2 (Unified Interface)

Nishant Rana's Weblog

The scan business card feature added as part of release wave 2, allows salespeople to quickly scan business cards using the Quick Create Form. The scanner reads the information from the card and populates the corresponding mapped fields in the record.

Out of the box, it is available in quick create form of lead and contact entity.

To specify the mapping for the business card control fields, navigate to Settings – Customizations and open the Quick Create form and select the Business Card Control and go to the Controls tab for its properties.

Click on the edit icon for the field and specify the mapping.

To enable for entities other than lead and contact, open the quick create form of that entity for customization and select either single or multiple lines of text field as a placeholder and add the business card control to it.

Followed by appropriate mapping of…

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Microsoft Certified: Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer Associate

Want to become Microsoft Certified: Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer Associate?

Then, complete the below 2 certifications.

MB-200: Microsoft Power Platform + Dynamics 365 Core

and

MB 400: Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer (beta)