- Understanding Microsoft Flow
- Building a configurable framework for a complex website using Azure Service Fabric and Sitecore
- Working on Agile projects with large offshore teams
- Collaboration with Microsoft Teams
- Creating advanced form navigation on Microsoft Dynamics Portal to allow skipping to specified sections in a long form
- Using HTML and Liquid code for Dynamics 365 Portals
- Extending Dynamics 365 Business Process Flows to support more complex workflows and locking down BPF to prevent workflow errors
Rebranding the portal product underscores the importance of app scenarios involving external users such as customers and suppliers. It also provides a simpler interface than Dynamics 365 for occasional users.
The new portal pricing is based on the number of unique users who log into the portal each month (for authenticated users) and on the number of page views for anonymous users. "A login provides an external authenticated user access to a single portal for up to 24 hours. Multiple logins during the 24-hour period count as 1 billable login. Internal users can be licensed either by the PowerApps per app or per users plans, or a qualifying Dynamics 365 subscription."
Pricing starts at $200/mo. for 100 dail…