It looks like there are lots of great posts to talk about this week. Before I do, a quick reminder, if you are in the Washington, DC area you should check out the DC CRMUG Chapter Meeting happening next week – Wednesday February 4th.
Alight now on to the news of the week.
David Yack posted a great tip on the Risk of Adding Field Level Security Layer. This is a good reminder to consider all the implications before you turn on this feature.
PowerObjects posted about Testing Incoming Mailbox Configuration for Server Side Sync. This discusses what the Configuration Test Results mean when you are configuring Server Side Sync.
Hitachi Solutions posted a great walk through about calculating the Last Activity Date in CRM 2015. This build upon an old blog that calculated the last activity date with workflows. Now in CRM 2015 we can use rollup fields to greatly improve this process.
McGladrey walked through their favorite new features in CRM 2015: An Upgrade with more Conveniences. This touches on some features like the multi-entity search and managing synchronization filters within CRM.
The Microsoft Dynamics Team Blog released some videos for Microsoft Dynamics Marketing 2015 Update.
Mitch Miliam announced his 21 Squared CRM Administrator Course. This is a great course for CRM System Administrators. It covers the tools you need as an administrator as well as the basic tasks you will need to do within CRM and on the server.
Also a few quick tips from CRM Tip of the Day:
- Change Labels on Composite Controls – Have you ever wanted to change the label of composite fields (address pops out to street 1, street 2, etc.; Name pops out to First, Middle, last)? Well here is your answer!
- CRM Server Licensing 101 – So perfect. There are no words.
So it has been a busy week! I hope I covered all the best bits. Have a great weekend!