Business meetings, appointments or bill payments – most of us have reminders set for each of these day-to-day activities. This ensures that we are up-to-date for meetings, be on time for appointments and pay bills on time.
And what if you could implement this in your work? Reminders or notifications that will alert you of critical information and help you to overcome or avoid a crisis on time.
Wouldn’t it be beneficial to have an app exclusively for Dynamics 365 CRM/Power Apps users for this very purpose?
A preferred app on Microsoft AppSource – Alerts4Dynamics – helps you achieve this very purpose. It is a productivity app that enables you to create and manage Alerts/Notifications within Dynamics 365 CRM/Power Apps.
So, how can you benefit by using Alerts4Dynamics?
Let’s find out!
Announcement, Rule-based, Record-based, and Event-based Alerts – these are the four different types of alerts you can create by using Alerts4Dynamics. Be it notifying your team about overdue payments, reminding them about monthly targets or making announcements about upcoming sales events – all of this is possible by making use of these different types of Alerts. Here, alerts can be restricted to individual records, sent to the specific target audience or can be viewed from anywhere in your Dynamics 365 CRM depending upon its type. Now notifying and keeping your team up-to-date has become much easier and quicker.
Send Alerts in a mode of your choice or…. their choice!
Email notifications, Pop-ups and Form notifications are the different modes through which you can send alerts to your team or customers. But here’s the catch – your team can decide through which mode they would like to receive the alerts from you. Considering your team’s choice on receiving alerts helps build teamwork and eventually increases productivity. Interesting, isn’t it?
Rank your Alerts…… It’s important
Critical, Warning and Information are the three alert levels based on which you can categorize the information that you need to notify your team about. Your team will be able to handle crises easily if you rank the alerts depending on the urgency and send it to them. ‘A stitch in time saves nine is the apt saying to describe such situations.
Not just English, you can send alerts in other languages too. Quite handy feature if your team member wants to receive alert in the language enabled in their CRM. This would again help in building team spirit and encourage good teamwork.
Did they or didn’t they – read your Alerts?
You can view the log of read/dismissed notifications and know instantly who among your team read it and who didn’t. You can avoid guess work as all the data is easily available in the log. Quite easy to keep tab on the alerts sent by you, isn’t it?
So, isn’t this an apt app to create and manage Alerts in Dynamics 365 CRM/Power Apps?
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