A source of eternal confusion is the difference between roles and permissions in Business Central. In this video, I try to untangle it. Check it out:
The Role Center is the user’s entry point and home page for Dynamics 365 Business Central. You can develop several different Role Centers, where each Role Center is customized to the profile of the intended users. Role Centers are based on a “user-centric” design model.
Last week we briefly discussed how to define default Role Center (Profile) for users in Business Central.
Then I received an interesting feedback. They had imported users, and the number of users is relatively large. They were looking for an easy way to edit the user roles in bulk.
Using the ControlAddins and power of jQuery it is possible to add container widgets to roles centers to extend their functionality, using the page parts in which to publish the widgets.
Surely, this is interesting for demos as other products do the same thing, giving the idea that Business Central Online is completely customizable using internet services.
In NAV2017, Microsoft introduce lists of new functionality. From that list one of the new feature is Microsoft introduces 5 new Role Centers pages.
You can find Cues, Charts, Funnels and Lists etc. in the Role Center page. Below you can see the screens of each new Role Center.