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Configure Model-Driven Charts

Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform

In the previous steps, we investigated Configure Model-driven forms looking at all the different form types applicable to Dynamic 365.

In this step, we go through a video on charts. One of the ways to make the Dynamics 365 system more usable and valuable is to make it easier for people to understand the data that is available.

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One way to make the Dynamics 365 system more usable and valuable is to make it easier for people to understand the data that is available. Charts provide an interactive visual display of data that helps people view patterns, trends, and exceptional data more easily than lists of records and their values. Can you think of different opportunities business can use charts to show information?

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, then you can move to the next step which is Dashboards.

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