Create a Power Apps Per User Plan Trial | Dataverse environment

D365 Demystified

Here’s how you can create a Power Apps trial under the Per App Plan which is of $20!

Under Per App Pricing, look for Try New button where you can start the trial setup process.

Setting up a new tenant

Once you use the above link to, you’ll be taken to the Setup page like any other Dynamics trials you must’ve signed-up for –

  1. Fill in an email on which you would want to receive subscription communication email.
    Then, click Next.
  2. In the next step, if the email address doesn’t exist ()-
  3. Next, under Tell us about yourself section, enter the basic details.
  4. Once you fill in these details, click Next. You’ll be asked to enter phone on which you’ll receive the OTP to authenticate
  5. Enter code and proceed.
    In case you want to change the domain, you can do so before finalizing. Else, you can directly…

View original post 350 more words

Updated Solution Explorer (Preview) experience in Dynamics 365

Nishant Rana's Weblog

Microsoft recently announced the public preview of the new solution explorer which will eventually be the default experience going forward.

Earlier we could access it by visiting the –

In the new experience, we can Enable / Disable the new Solution Explorer by toggling the Solution preview on

The is how the existing solution experience looks like – here we have opened the Default solution.

With the new experience, the solution selected opens up and takes the whole page, with the new left navigation added.

Also, it adds a new Tree style of navigation for Objects.

+New button experience has been updated.

Left is the old experience listing each component and new experience in the right with the options grouped.

The overview section gives the details of the solution like display name, name, package type, etc. with the option to edit the details.

  • The option to run the…

View original post 56 more words

How to send an email to the Unresolved Email addresses in Dynamics 365 CRM?

We might come across this kind of requirement to send emails from Dynamics CRM to the email addresses, which are not present as a row in OOB or Custom Tables in Dataverse.

Continue reading

How to remove Cache from the Browsers?

We quite often work on JavaScript, Form Customizations or others in Dynamics 365 CRM. After adding/ updating the content in CRM, our changes might not reflect immediately.

This is due to Browser Cache and for that, we need to remove the Cache from the browser to see our latest changes.

In this article will see, how to remove the Cache from Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome browsers.

There are different methods to do this activity, will see one by one.

Continue reading

Step by step – LinkedIn Sales Navigator integration with Dynamics 365 Sales

Nishant Rana's Weblog

To enable the LinkedIn Sales Navigator Integration with Dynamics 365 Sales, navigate to App Settings >> General Settings >> LinkedIn Integration and click on Enable LinkedIn Integration

We can do the same from System Settings >> Business Management >> LinkedIn Sales Navigator

Click on continue to install the LinkedIn Sales Navigator

LinkedIn Sales Navigator solution will add the LinkedIn Sales Navigator controls to the default forms of Lead, Opportunity, Contact, and Account.

The controls are LinkedIn Sales Navigator Lead control and LinkedIn Sales Navigator Account control along with their corresponding lookup controls.

These controls can be added to any other entity as well.

The installation process will start.

The installation should complete in 10-15 minutes.

Click on Go to Configuration, select LinkedIn Sales
Navigator and enable it.

Toggle to Yes and Save the settings above or within the Sales Hub >> App Settings

The installation process…

View original post 426 more words

Dataverse: Create Custom API and Implement using plugin C#

Ajit Patra

In this blog, we’ll see how to create custom API in maker portal and write plugin to implement it. We’ll take the example of refreshing roll up field on demand. This API will take 3 parameters:

  1. TargetEntity: Name of the entity containing the roll up field
  2. TargetId: GUID of the record
  3. Field: Name of the roll up field to be refreshed

In the plugin we’ll write the code to execute request to refresh roll up field. We’ll test the custom API using Postman.
So, let’s get started.

Go to Solutions -> Click on New -> Select Custom API.

Fill the details of the custom API record as shown below:

Once the custom API is created, in the Solution, Click New -> Select Custom API Request Parameter.

The first parameter TargetEntity is of String Type. Fill the details as shown below:

Similarly, create the second parameter TargetId which…

View original post 260 more words