Dynamic 365 Tutorial
- Introduction to Mictrosoft Dynamic 365?
- Microsoft Dynamic CRM
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Navigation
- What is Entity in Microsoft Dynamics 365?
- Field Types
- What is Solution Package in Microsoft Dynamics CRM?
- Dynamics 365 Business Central
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement
- Power BI
- Microsoft CRM Forms
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM - Searching
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM - Web Resources
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 with Finance and Operations
- Benefits of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations
- Microsoft CRM- Workflow Process
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM - Plugins
- Microsoft Dynamic 365 Implementation
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales basics
- Different Dynamics 365 Sales Entities
- Relationships in Microsoft Dynamics CRM : 1:N, N:1, N:N
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is a cloud-based version of Microsoft Dynamics NAV
Amazon Computer Services
Microsoft CRM Forms
Adding Fields on Form
Step 1 −
Click the top ribbon button followed by Settings option. Click Customizations option from the Customization section (Refer screenshot below).
Step 2 −
Now click the Customize the System option.
This will open the DefaultSolution window. You will learn more about CRM Solutions in the next chapters but for now you will be using the default CRM Solution.
Step 3 −
Expand the Entities option from the left panel.
Step 4 −
From the expanded entities, select Employer. This will open the details of the entity on the right window. Expand Employer option from the left panel and you will be able to see Forms, Views, Charts, Fields, and other several options.
Step 5 −
Click Fields. It will open a grid showing all the fields that came by default when you created this entity.
Step 6 −
Click the New button. In the new window that opens, enter the following details −
Display Name −
This field will be populated automatically based on the display name you select. However, if you would like to change it, you can do so.
Data Type −
Option Set. As soon as you select the Data Type as Option Set, it will show you the Options panel. Clicking the plus(+) icon creates a new option set item with default Label as Item and default Value as 100,000,000. You can change the label of this item to add four options representing employer types: Private, Government, Multinational and Public.
Step 7 −
Click Save and Close from the top ribbon. You have successfully created Employer Type field.
Step 8 −
Similar to what you just did for adding Employer Type field, add three other fields as described and shown in the following screenshots −
Number of Employees −
This will be a Whole Number field.
Founded On −
This will be a DateTime field.
Employer Description −
This will be a Multiple Lines of Text field.
Step 9 −
Now add these new fields on the employer form. For this, click Forms from the left navigation under Employer entity. This will show you two forms with name Information. By default, CRM creates two forms – Main and Mobile-Express. Click on the Main form.
Step 10 −
You can see the newly added fields in the Field Explorer panel on the right.
Step 11 −
Drag and drop these fields in the General tab.
Step 12 −
Click Save and then click Publish.
Step 13 −
You can now create employer records with the updates fields. Navigate to CRM Home → Sales → Employers → New. The new form which will open this time will contain all the new fields that you added in this chapter. You can fill in some details and click Save and Close.