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Part 2 of Dynamics Portals Web Forms – Edit and Read Only mode



In this vlog I cover how you can achieve edit and read-only mode in a single Web Form as used by the Web Page for View Details field in Entity Lists.

Read my vlog post at http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2017/11/part-2-of-dynamics-portals-web-forms.html

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For other Dynamics Portals blogs to follow:
1. Colin Vermander – http://colinvermander.com
2. Nadeeja Bomiriya – http://dyn365apps.com

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Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Using Only Non-Microsoft Products



What’s up everyone!

Today I am creating this Microsoft Flow Tutorial video in response to a request from @dynamiacs on Twitter as he had the winning video challenge!

In this video I make a Flow that has a trigger based on a lead being entered into SalesForce, Which sets off actions to create tickets in ZenDesk and also notify a Slack channel.

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For a list of all of our connectors that you can use, visit our connectors page: https://preview.flow.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/

To Follow Me on Twitter, so you can take part in more stuff like this Go Here: http://twitter.com/pnwadventureguy

To Visit the Microsoft Flow Community, to ask questions and connect with other me and other fans go here: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Flow-Community/ct-p/FlowCommunity

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Part 1 of Dynamics Portal Web Forms – Save and Close, and Submit

In this vlog I cover how you can improve the portal end user experience using additional configuration for web forms.

Read my vlog post at http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2017/10/part-1-of-dynamics-portals-web-forms.html

Don’t forget to follow me by subscribing to my channel.

For other Dynamics Portals blogs to follow:
1. Colin Vermander – http://colinvermander.com
2. Nadeeja Bomiriya – http://dyn365apps.com

Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Microsoft Flow Approval Workflow



What’s up everyone!

Today I am creating this Approval Workflow video in response to a request from @Jon95016161 to make a video on Multi-Step Approvals in Microsoft Flow.

In the video I make a Flow that has three layers of Approval from three different stakeholders… Design, Content and the Original Project requestor.

If you enjoy this video, Please Like it and Subscribe to the channel.

For More information around Multi-Step Approvals, see our Documentation on the topic: https://preview.flow.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/sequential-modern-approvals/

To see more cool stuff you can do with Approvals, check out the session from Ignite 2017 from Merwan Hade: https://myignite.microsoft.com/sessions/55718

To download the E-book: Rapid App Development with Flow and PowerApps, visit this link: https://clouddamcdnprodep.azureedge.net/asm/1310567/Original

To Follow Me on Twitter, so you can take part in more stuff like this Go Here: http://twitter.com/pnwadventureguy

To Visit the Microsoft Flow Community, to ask questions and connect with other fans: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Flow-Community/ct-p/FlowCommunity

Checkout Jon Levesque’s Channel