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Forms Overview

Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform

In the previous activities for this week, we went through Other Entity Fields & Configure Model-Driven Apps.

In this step, we go through a video showing the different types of forms available within model-driven applications.

Dynamics 365 users create, read, and update records by using forms. A form contains the components that a user can read or interact with and controls how these components are arranged and displayed.

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Dynamics 365 provides form types that allow users to perform tasks in a consistent manner. Can you recall what the three categories of people using forms are? Can you envisage who might need to just read a form?

Use the discussion area below to let us know your thoughts. Try to respond to at least one other post and once you’re happy with your contribution, click the Mark as complete button to check the Step off. Now let’s turn our attention to Form Elements.

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