As part of the AI/CoPilot rollout, Microsoft has decided to wrap the prompt process into a separate page type. In this video, I go poke at the page type and see what it can do. Check out the video:
Today I would like to share another mini tip about Business Central, how to hide page inspection details (Table Fields, Extensions, Page Filters and View table action).
The page inspection feature in Business Central enables you to get details about a page, providing insight into the page design, the different elements that comprise the page, and the source behind the data it displays.
Dynamics 365 Business Central includes a Power BI FactBox control element on many key list pages. The purpose of this FactBox is to display Power BI reports that are related to records in the lists, providing extra insight into the data. The idea is that as you move between rows in the list, the report updates for the selected entry.