Posts in Office 365
How to use Microsoft Flow to automatically send a weekly email of open leads in Dynamics 365

Managing leads can feel like a failing juggling act. You keep in touch with most leads but fail to respond to a question one lead has about your proposal. Enhanced sales management applications like Dynamics 365 for Sales are great for keeping track of sales contacts, notes, and dates, but are limited by a user’s ability to complete manual sales tasks.

Using Microsoft Flow to send automated reminders will help prioritize sales leads, keep them top-of-mind, and provide an overview of the sales funnel to your employees. Flow is a cloud-based workflow automation tool included in most Office 365 plans. It connects with other Office 365 and Dynamics 365 applications as well as third  party services, allowing you to build custom workflows in a graphical user interface.

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The Value in Integrating Business Central

Business Central from Microsoft gives users more power in their ERP solution than ever before. Through integrations and connections to the other systems they already use, Business Central lets users accomplish more in one program than they normally would in 5. See how you can incorporate the products you use to make Business Central work best for you.

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Dynamics 365 Outlook App vs Client - What’s The Difference?

Microsoft Outlook and Dynamics 365 work together to make your business the best it can be, but there seems to be some confusion on how the connection works. Learn all about the Dynamics 365 for Outlook App and Client here.

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How to disable autosave in Office 365 programs

In a recent update to Office 365, Microsoft has included an autosave feature that is turned on by default. While this feature can be useful, there may be a time when you want to make changes to a file without saving yet. Here’s how to turn it off.

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