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The deprecation of Dialogs in Microsoft Dynamics 365 – what does it mean?
According to Microsoft’s website: Customers will be transitioned to Unified Interface before October 1st 2020, and Dialogs will not be available. Microsoft will continue to provide support, security and other critical updates to the legacy web client until October 2020.
How to continue using Dialogs in Microsoft Dynamics 365
In recognition of the potentially shortened timescales, the impact on your business and interactions with clients, TKDialogs have created a solution so that you can continue using Dialogs linked to your CRM as usual with little or no disruption to your company.
The solution, called Dialogs for Unified Interface, is available to download from our microsite, www.unifiedinterfacedialogs.com. It is free of charge and requires no coding - making it easy to install and get up and running as soon as possible.
On our microsite, you will find a step-by-step installation guide which provides help with installing Dialogs for Unified Interface. Our solution gets you up and running immediately and provides a familiar interface, which means you can save on the cost of staff training. It supports existing dialog inputs, and you can run deprecated dialogs on the new interface without wasting time converting or adapting existing ones.
As it’s completely free, you’re keeping costs down too.
How to transition from Dialogs in Dynamics 365
If the upcoming transition from Dialogs makes you think you've got a real challenge on your hands to move away in time and keep your users happy, please get in touch.
TKDialogs are a provider of no code business process automation software used across multiple industry sectors in the UK, USA, Canada, Europe and Australia. We can help with making complex processes simple, improving the CX for your clients on the web or UX for in-house users. We pride ourselves in our ability to provide industry-leading customer service.
Visit our microsite now at https://www.unifiedinterfacedialogs.com/