Monday, November 7, 2016

Weekly Digest - Start Week with some Great Discussion about NAV.

Hello Great Readers,

How can I miss you all about the Learnings that I have during the last week?

There is a lot of Happening around NAV world, and I try to read as much as I can.

"I have a responsibility to keep most of you informed"
Here are some latest discussion which I find interesting -



1. Are you still thinking How Dynamics NAV is Doing in terms of Market Share? - 

Read Linked In Article from Paulina Kundzicz
Microsoft have announced that Dynamics NAV added 8,000 new customers in 2013 to reach a total of 102,000.

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2. Using Azure with NAV 2017, Why Don't you connect Power BI with Dynamics NAV?

Read Article By Renato Fajdiga.
How Do I Enable Power BI with Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017.

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3. Are you planning to Host Dynamics NAV solution on Azure? Then the Wait is Over..

Read Article By Freddy Kristiansen

How to use the Build In template to Host Dynamics NAV on Azure, Build In Connection Template for Power BI, Mobile Client, Tablet Client and Windows Client with Demo Certificate.

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4. Still Struggling with Icons to Page Actions? What are new Actions added in NAV 2017?

Read Article By Kauffmann (Download Link for Image Library)

16 new action icons (on a total of 1049!), 1 action icon has been redesigned, 4 new icons for the Departments menu & 1 icon of the Department menu has been redesigned

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5. Events in Dynamics NAV 2017. Still struggling to find the List of Events added?
Everything including list of events, No. of time called, Where events are called - One Place.

Read Article By Waldo

NAV 2016 had 128 Events, With NAV 2017 226 Events. A lot more, but definitely not enough just yet. 

One more thing before we end this article.

I started YouTube Channel with a New Playlist about my findings of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017. Your Views and suggestion are most welcome and those will help also to cover more in this video series.

That all for this week, and there is lot that i am about to share about NAV 2017. So stay connected.

Regards,
Saurav Dhyani
www.sauravdhyani.com

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