Business Process Flows

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 adds new features to the Business Process Flows that were introduced in Dynamics CRM 2013.  

Dynamics CRM 2015 now supports branching within the processes based on specified conditions.  In Dynamics CRM 2013 business process flows only had one path that they could follow. If you wanted multiple branches you’d need to create multiple process flows and have the user switch between them. This has become much easier now, as we can simply select to add a branch into the process. Check out the video below to see the new business process flows in action. 

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19 Jan 2015

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