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Events and Conferences

08 Nov 2019


What is the Power Platform?

06 Nov 2019

(updated Nov 2019 for Power Automate)

Following the rebranding of Dynamics CRM to Dynamics 365, Microsoft has continued to evolve the product and along the way produced lots of new names.

This simple article aims to clarify possible confusions with naming.

The Power Platform

The Power Platform (note, it is written as two words) is a not a product in itself. To quote James Philips, Corporate Vice President, Business Applications Group, the Power Platform is:

Creating Instances

02 Nov 2019

Under the new storage model Storage Changes additional instances can be created free of charge provided you have sufficient disk space available.

Organization Settings Editor

30 Oct 2019

There are many settings in Dynamics 365 Online that can be changed via the PowerShell, such as this one,, for enabling rich text in the description field of appointments.

There is an alternative to using the PowerShell which is to use Organization Settings Editor managed solution released by Sean McNellis of Microsoft.

Line Items

15 Oct 2019

An earlier version of Dynamics 365/CRM introduced an inline edit view for Opportunity, Quote, Order and Invoice Products (line item products).

But the inline edit view was a  "special" view that could not be edited, for example, to show additional fields.

But the editable grid control is available in the unified interface for line item products which means that custom public views can be used instead of the special inline edit view.