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Creating a Skype QnA Bot Using the Azure Bot Service

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Bots are cool. They are going to save all of us by automating all of the tasks and researching that we have to do by hand, and lead us into Utopia. Which is totally true. Although, you may think that creating a Bot is complicated, and that you need to be a seasoned coder om …

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Using the Compose feature to build different content styles based on the purpose using Author Tools

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Writing walkthrough guides and technical documentation is more about the flow that you are describing rather than the actual writing itself because you are wanting to explain the process, not to write the next best seller on the NY Times book list. But there is still a little creativity that you need to make the …

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Creating a Customer Inquiry Phone PowerApp for Dynamics 365

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PowerApps is definitely one of the coolest tools that we have in our back pockets for extending out Dynamics 365, because it allows non developers to quickly and easily create new apps for Dynamics 365 without doing a lot of coding. It’s almost so easy you will feel like you are cheating. In this walkthrough …

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Branding the Azure Active Directory login page

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Branding Dynamics 365 is something to give the system a little more of a personalized experience for the organization that we are working with, but we can take this one step further if we want by branding the login landing page that we always need to use to get access to the system. For example, …

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Using Functions within Flow using the Compose Action

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Flow is great, and just being able to point and click to build integrations is the thing that makes it so usable. But sometimes you want to be a little bit cleverer with your data and even use functions that remodel the data. For example, when creating a new Customer within Dynamics 365 for Operations …

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