Alert on Old Cases: FLOW!

I have finally come to the last solution in my Case Study series! Today I continue to answer the question 'what was the best way to use a workflow to send an email when a case had not been modified in 5 days?' one last time by discussing a potential solution using FLOW! We have … Continue reading Alert on Old Cases: FLOW!

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Alert for Old Cases: Workflow Based on Related Record

Another discussion on the question 'what was the best way to use a workflow to send an email when a case had not been modified in 5 days?' with a potential solution using Workflow Based on Related Records! We are still looking for the best solution to send an email when a case is inactive … Continue reading Alert for Old Cases: Workflow Based on Related Record

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Alert for Old Cases: Recursive Workflow

Today, I continue to answer the question 'what was the best way to use a workflow to send an email when a case had not been modified in 5 days?' by discussing a potential solution using Recursive Workflow! I have been discussing a few options for notifying users when they have cases assigned that have … Continue reading Alert for Old Cases: Recursive Workflow

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Alert for Old Cases: Charts, Views, and Dashboards

Today, I continue to answer the question 'what was the best way to use a workflow to send an email when a case had not been modified in 5 days?' by discussing a potential solution using Charts, Views and Dashboards, oh my! Lets continue to work on comparing a few solutions to alert a case … Continue reading Alert for Old Cases: Charts, Views, and Dashboards

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Alert for Old Cases: Calculated and Rollup Fields

Today, I continue to answer the question 'what was the best way to use a workflow to send an email when a case had not been modified in 5 days?' by discussing a potential solution using Calculated and Rollup Fields! We are talking about potential solutions for dealing with Cases that have been sitting in … Continue reading Alert for Old Cases: Calculated and Rollup Fields

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Case Study: Alert for Old Cases

I was recently approached at a conference about a unique question on the best way to do something in Dynamics365. The question led to a very interesting discussion because I realized that there were actually many possible ways that the objective could be achieved. So today I'm launching a new recurring Case Study mini-series where I … Continue reading Case Study: Alert for Old Cases

Kylie Kiser

1st Time Business Applications MVP!

I am excited to announce that I'm now a Microsoft MVP! I received the email confirmation on Canada Day, Monday July 1st and my profile is now live on the MVP site! This has been a goal of mine for many years as I have worked to deliver content and create a strong community in … Continue reading 1st Time Business Applications MVP!

App in a Day Training Recap

I was recently able to attend the App in a Day training at the Hitachi Customer Conference. This was a great day of learning and I would definitely recommend it to others. The course walks through everything you need to know in order to build a Canvas App, a Model Driven App with a Business … Continue reading App in a Day Training Recap

Kylie Kiser

Hitachi Customer Conference 2019 Recap

At the end of May, I had the privilege to attend the Hitachi Customer Conference. This was the first time attending and not presenting at a Conference in 4 years! So it was a great opportunity for me to really dig in and learn. I also was able to attend the App in a Day … Continue reading Hitachi Customer Conference 2019 Recap

Kylie Kiser

D365 Saturday Philly Recap

I was involved in the D365 Saturday event in Philadelphia, PA just a few weeks ago. This was a great full-day event with amazing speakers from across the country and keynote by Julie Strauss. Here are some takeaways from sessions I attended plus a few pictures from the festivities. KeynoteJulie Strauss We are in a … Continue reading D365 Saturday Philly Recap