If you’re already on D365 Finance and Operations Platform update 15 or later or thinking about moving to that update, there’s a chance you’ve seen or heard about Custom fields. It’s a new personalization feature available for users with the System Administrator role. This allows you to effectively add a “custom” field the same way […]Read More Removing the customization from “Custom” fields
Warehouse Management in #MSDyn365 can be a scary thing for a lot of companies. The amount of configuration choices and complexity you could offer can be quite staggering. Understanding the basics of Mobile device menus can go a long way at simplifying the user experience and giving flexibility to your warehouse workers. And if you […]Read More Picking options to simplify your Warehouse experience
I wanted to quickly combine two features we’ve reviewed in the past as a process for maintaining a list of Obsolete product in #MSDyn365FO. The first will be the Product lifecycle state, and the second will be creating a tile from a filtered list page and save it on a D365 workspace. I have created […]Read More Creating a Tile for Obsolete Products #MSDyn365FO
Hi, yes after a long hiatus, the blog is back and hopefully will be pumping out a lot more content shortly. For now, let’s run through some quick hitters: We finally have an official hashtag for Dynamics365 Finance and Operations!!! https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/axsupport/2018/03/22/weve-got-an-official-hashtag-follow-dyn365fo/ All their content is already branded and updated on their site. It’s been […]Read More #Dyn365FO Does @AXPlannerGuy still have a blog?
Just read through the latest release notes from D365 application update 7.3 and the introduction of Product lifecycle states is by far my favorite. This simple solution has long been absent from the standard product offerings and is very welcome! Often companies were using processes like updating the Coverage group for the item to one […]Read More #D365FO latest release, Product lifecycle is finally here!!
Happy New Year AX Community!!! What a whirlwind 2017 was, I hope everyone got some time to relax and refresh for the year ahead. I had to take a step back from my blogs at the latter end of the year to focus on some Go Lives and important client work. 2018 will start off […]Read More #D365 #MasterPlanning Unplugged
I was extremely excited to receive a hand written note with a copy of Q3’s D365UG/AXUG magazine to find my blog on keys to a successful ERP implementation mentioned on the cover and featured in the edition. I love being able to give back to the community and am hopeful that sharing my own and […]Read More #AXUG Featured Magazine Article
Last week the biggest conference in the Dynamics community’s year came to a conclusion. Summit is always a crazy time, and this year was no exception. I arrived the Saturday prior to take part in some annual company events that this year were held in the same city as Summit. Catching up with coworkers, staking […]Read More How I survived #AXUGSummit and the USMNT missing out on the World Cup
We’re just a few days away!! Attend my AXUG Summit Nashville breakout sessions! What are your plans October 10-13, 2017? If you haven’t registered yet, I invite you to join me at AXUG Summit Nashville and to also attend my sessions. AXUG Summit is THE go-to conference that brings industry experts, software development vendors, and […]Read More #AXUG #D365UG Summit in #Nashville
One of the most common requirements for manufacturing companies is capturing production time. Frequently, that need manifests itself as needing a scanning solution or time clock for workers to log in and out of jobs. Dynamics AX has Manufacturing execution (“MES”) which works with Time and Attendance in the Human Resources module to use time […]Read More M-E-S or M-E-S-S? Time capture in #DynamicsAX