In addition to using Business Central in Outlook, a feature that I think is interesting is that of being able to send an appointment to the planned resource directly from the job planning lines.
This is not comparable to the mail sending functions present in the service module (there are some limitations) but it is still interesting and useful; we are moving towards project management and not just jobs … next step: send the task directly to MS Project for resource pool scheduling?
Source : Roberto Stefanetti Blog
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central offers tight integrations with Microsoft Office tools, including Outlook. Watch this short but informative video to see how this integration can make you more productive utilizing artificial intelligence, giving you visibility into your Business Central ERP directly from one of the most-used productivity tools, Microsoft Outlook.
Source : ArcherPoint
When the new “Refresh a dataset” action for Power Automate (formerly Flow) was released last year I couldn’t help thinking there must be something really cool you could do with it – I just didn’t know what.
Source : Chris Webb’s BI Blog
The first thing I did was to connect Power BI Desktop to my Exchange server. There are 2 choices and it depends on your setup which you use. I have my own domain and O365 configured to use Microsoft Exchange, so I connected to the second one below.
Bron : Excelerator BI
One of the showcase features of Dynamics 365 Business Central is the ability to use the product within Microsoft Outlook clients using Outlook add-ins. There are two add-ins that come out of the box with Dynamics 365 Business Central: The Contact Insights add-in and the Document View add-in.
Bron : Dynamics NAV Team Blog
This article discusses the steps required to Enable Outlook Add-in for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017.
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This video demonstration covers the following steps:
– the neccessary prerequisites to configure the Outlook Add-in
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