Washington Nationals Park

Power Baseball League: Rollup Fields

This is a field that is not a Rollup field. Occasionally they may roll something out onto this field in case of rain. That is not the same thing. Today on the Power Baseball League we are practicing our Rollup Fields. Plus we are going to talk about Calculated fields too. Rollups and Calculated fields … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Rollup Fields

Interactive Baseball

Power Baseball League: Interactive Dashboards

I interact with baseball by meeting the presidents. Today on the Power Baseball League we talk Interactive Dashboards which let us use our charts to filter other components of a dashboard. In our second Dashboard focused session on the Power Baseball League, we scratch the surface on Interactive Dashboards. What a cool addition to the … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Interactive Dashboards

Address Associated View Filter Criteria

Dynamics is Weird

If you have worked with Dynamics (or Dataverse or Common Data Service) for sometime you have probably said some variation of "Well, Dynamics is weird". This tends to come up for me when troubleshooting odd issues. It is so easy to assume a feature will function one way but then upon further inspection that is … Continue reading Dynamics is Weird

Washington Nationals Park

Power Baseball League: Customer Voice and Power Automate Build (Part 2)

The fans are coming to this stadium just like all of you lined up to read another Power Baseball League post! The snack prices are much better here 😉 Let's keep going on our work with Dynamics 365 Customer Voice and Power Automate! As we learned last week, the data from Dynamics 365 Customer Voice … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Customer Voice and Power Automate Build (Part 2)

Hashtag at Nationals Park

Power Baseball League: Customer Voice and Power Automate Build (Part 1)

It was looking a bit stormy when we first started working on our Dynamics 365 Customer Voice and Power Automate build but we pulled through in the home stretch! We have been talking for a few weeks about Dynamics 365 Customer Voice and using this to get data into the Power Baseball League. Today we … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Customer Voice and Power Automate Build (Part 1)

Nationals Park

Power Baseball League: Customer Voice and Power Automate with Special Guest Todd Mercer

As per usual, this picture has nothing to do with the article to follow but let's jump in and talk about Customer Voice & Power Automate! It's time for another special guest! Todd Mercer (Blog, LinkedIn, Twitter) joins the Power Baseball League crew to talk about Customer Voice and Power Automate. We talk through how … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Customer Voice and Power Automate with Special Guest Todd Mercer

Nationals Park President Abe

Power Baseball League: Dynamics 365 Customer Voice Creation

I would like to relate Dynamics 365 Customer Voice Creation to Nationals Park Presidents but I cannot. Let's continue the Power Baseball League journey by starting the Dynamics 365 Customer Voice creation process! So far we've talked about getting data into our system via manual import (hello historic spreadsheets!). Next we tackled Forms Processing to … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Dynamics 365 Customer Voice Creation

Nationals Park

Power Baseball League: Let’s Add Some Data!

Currently our system is like an empty ball park and it is time to fill it with data and Play Ball! So far in the Power Baseball League, we have been talking about the system but we have not put any data in. Today, we will start to add some data! We are going to … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Let’s Add Some Data!

President's at Nationals park

Power Baseball League: Data Mapping

My other favorite part of going to baseball games at Nationals park is seeing the presidents! Now that we have figured out our core goals for phase 1, we need to figure out how all this data links together. Today we are going to walk through a data mapping exercise for the Power Baseball League. … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Data Mapping

Panel: System Design for Administrators

CRMUG is continuing it's Panel Discussions series where community members spend 30 minutes giving their tips and best practices plus answering attendee questions. This week Ashley Steiner, Seth Bacon, Gus Gonzalez and I led a panel talking about system design. I wanted to share some of my highlights plus you can watch the recording on … Continue reading Panel: System Design for Administrators