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D365 Marketing Weekly - Issue #20
August 15th 2023
Issue 20 of D365 Marketing Weekly
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The following relate to news and articles about Dynamics 365 Marketing
Lead Scoring in Realtime
Although it’s not officially on the What’s new page for D365 Marketing, there is a new update available for the D365 Marketing App, which includes among other things, the new Lead scoring builder for Real-time Marketing. Although it’s Generally Available, please be sure to test it out first before using in your PRODUCTION environments. I’ve added a link to the documentation for the scoring model below, but keep an eye on the what’s new page for the full August release details that should go live soon.
Fixed – The domain where this form is embedded might not be enlisted as a domain record for externally hosted forms in Dynamics 365 Marketing
Nishant found an issue for one of his clients marketing forms hosted on an external website on an authenticated domain. I also had a client who raised this issue but discovered Nishant’s post which helped get the issue resolved a lot faster. So thanks for sharing this Nishant! Worth checking out to see if any of your forms could end up having issues. It relates to having sites with a www sub domain.
Generating An Events Overview Page Using A Custom Web Template
MEGAN V. WALKER
In my Events Portal series using a Power Pages website, I’ve walked through creating a custom Web Template to show details about an individual Event record with a dynamic approach to displaying your D365 Marketing Event Registration form. One thing you’re likely to want to do is have a main Events page that displays an overview of all the upcoming events. This post will walk through how to do that using HTML and Liquid. Let’s jump in!
Creating A Newsletter Sign-up For Your Website Footer
MEGAN V. WALKER
Many websites have a nice little form in the footer at the bottom of every page where you can sign up for a newsletter. If you are using D365 Marketing you might think you are stuck with how it looks out of the box, especially with the newer Real-time Marketing forms. Not true! Using some CSS and reshuffling things around, you can make a very nice newsletter subscription form that fits in to the look and feel of your site and sits nicely in the footer. Let’s take a look at how we can achieve this!
If there are any upcoming events relating to Marketing, they will go here!
Cloud Technology Townhall Tallinn 2024
PPUG Estonia OÜ
Tallinn hosted its very first Microsoft Cloud technology townhall earlier in 2023, and they are already starting to promote the event for 2024. Even better, they have opened their call for speakers, so if you want to start presenting, this might be the one for you! It’s in Estonia on Feb 1st and 2nd next year. They promise to bring in inspiration and knowledge about products within the Power Platform, Dynamics 365, Microsoft 365 and Azure. So if you fancy submitting a session, now might be the time!
Dynamics User Group Event Calendar
DYNAMICS USER GROUP
I noticed the Dynamics User Group had a new events calendar on their site. Or maybe not new, but I hadn’t seen it before so thought it was worth a share. Along with in person large scale events (such as Dynamics Con LIVE), they also provide webinars that may be of interest on all different topics. Be sure to check out their calendar to see if there is anything of interest to you. Oh and you can also subscribe to the calendar too!
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