February 6 Blog Review

Welcome everyone to this week’s recap of everything in the world of CRM. Let’s see what we have to talk about today!
Of course the most exciting news this week was I hosted my first CRMUG Chapter Meeting. You can review all the details here! Also make sure you mark your calendar for our next DC Chapter meeting on May 13th.
PowerObjects talked about Setting Field Values vs. Setting Default Values in Business Rules. This describes how you can use Business Rules to set default values for numeric, text and lookup fields and compares it to using logic to set certain field values.
Adam Vero discusses Special Privileges in CRM Security Role. This talks about privileges that can be set to User and those that can only be set to user as well as deletion access considerations for those permissions.
Hitachi Solutions blogged about The 3 Steps of CRM Success. This discusses the steps of defining the outcome, defining the success factors and execution.
Leon Tribe wrote about Faking JavaScript Codelessly which discusses how you can use Real-Time Workflows and Business Rules to replace your JavaScript with configuration.
Ledgeview Partners posted the list of Featured Speakers at Microsoft Convergence 2015. If you are planning or considering heading to Atlanta for convergence in just a few weeks, take a look at this to see what to expect.
CRM Tip of the Day commanded Don’t Hack the Button! This presents all the reasons for creating new custom ribbon buttons instead of modifying existing buttons.
CRM Tip of the Day also talked about Once Upon a Time this Rollup Field was Recalculated. This talks about how Rollup fields are calculated and how to check the updated time on a per-field basis.

That’s all for today folks. Have a great day!

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