The Dynamicspedia Startup Pages is an extension for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations.
It is an additional feature that allows setting up which workspaces should be able to be used as the default start page for individual users.

Updated June 19, 2022 version 1.0.2.25

For functional information about the Start Pages solution, visit: Configure your workspace of choice as startup page – functional and Configure your workspace of choice as startup page – functional

Don’t forget to read the License.txt file before installing and using the software.

This download contains a demo form showing the options for a progress status chart control for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations which is at the date of publishing in preview.
A supporting blog post can be found on my website: Progress status chart (preview) demo in Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations
An instruction video can be found on YouTube: Progress status chart (preview) demo in Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations – YouTube

 

This download contains a Power Automate flow with an example of how to prevent runtime errors in case you need to update or delete records in Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations. The error occurs when you need to perform these actions in a company that is not set as your default company in Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations.

The example shows how you can change the company on the user options and revert it after the update or delete actions.

You can find an explanation in the next post: Multiple legal entities issue with the Fin & Ops Apps connector in Power Automate

 

Don’t forget to read the License.txt file before using the example.

This repository contains a feature to change the session language with help of a slider dialog.
It is an addition to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations
A supporting blog post can be found on my website: New option to change the user default or session language – Dynamicspedia
An instruction video can be found on YouTube: New option to change the user default or session language – YouTube