Working with Searching and Views in Microsoft Dynamics 365


Understanding how to search the database effectively and how to work with views within Microsoft Dynamics 365 are two fundamental functionalities that users need to understand within the system, right from the first days that they start to actually use it. How a user searches the system can make a huge difference on the results that the search engines return as part of the search result. We often find when training that users either half understand how to search and therefore blame the system when a search result is returned wrong, or miss some of the key and we might add - very useful functionality that sits within this area of the system.

Views effectively are filters that return search results of data within an entity, they are present in almost every entity of the system and are very function rich when used correctly. There are two types of views accessible to CRM Users, those that are published to all users across the entire business or business unit, and also private or personal views, that are available to either the logged in user (usually who created them) or to a team. Our next help sheet shows both end users of the system and also system administrators the best practice ways of working with views and just how useful they really are. Please feel free to download our help sheet using the link in the text below:

Working with views in Microsoft CRM - The Full User Module

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