A Dynamics 365 Portal provides an online location for your audience to communicate and collaborate with ease. The core functionality of any Dynamics 365 portal is to allow access to CRM data for non-CRM users from anywhere and at any time. Dynamics 365 portals allow users to access the information they need such as support cases, knowledge base articles, community forums, product guides, and more easily from anywhere on the globe. All they would require is valid login credentials to access the portal which could be obtained from their CRM Administrator.
By enabling visitor tracking for Dynamics 365 Portal Pages, you can track details such as page accessed, user name, IP address, date and time, via. web page logs. This information is very much useful for understanding the user’s content preference which will further help in doing targeted campaigns for relevant selling products and services.
Steps to Enable Visitor Tracking for D365 Portal Pages
1. Login in to CRM.
2. Navigate -> Main Menu -> Portals.
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It is always important to ensure the optimal performance of your Dynamics 365 Portal. But, sometimes when multiple users are trying to access your website at a particular instant, they may experience the slowness in performance of the site leading to bad experience. In order to avoid such an unwarranted scenario, MTC has come up with few useful tips whose adoption will ensure the optimal performance of your Dynamics 365 Portal.
The following site settings are available and are set to “True” by default to support this functionality.
Generally, Report to PDF allows to convert any CRM reports to PDF files with the name that is provided in the “File Name” field. But, in order to change the name dynamically with that of field value provided for the CRM entities, MTC has done some customization on Report to PDF solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM.
For assigning and reflecting the field value of an entity on the downloaded PDF file dynamically, you are required to follow the below steps. Please note we have used MS CRM 2011 screenshots for representation purpose in this blog. The below steps holds good for Dynamics 365/CRM too.