Custom D365 Customer Voice Survey Links Using Variables

There are several different ways to share links to your Dynamics 365 Customer Voice services with your customers, event attendees or prospects. One way is to just share a direct link to your survey. Typically this makes it a completely anonymous survey with no personalisation at all. However, we can use variables from the survey … Continue reading Custom D365 Customer Voice Survey Links Using Variables

Recording Anonymous Feedback While Capturing Variables In D365 Customer Voice

We can import contacts AND variables to Dynamics 365 Customer Voice so we can send out personalised surveys. This is great because it means we can still send out surveys with related data being displayed for the respondent, and do so without using Microsoft Power Automate. Prior to sending out the survey, we can also … Continue reading Recording Anonymous Feedback While Capturing Variables In D365 Customer Voice

Import Contacts AND Variables To Send Personalised Surveys From D365 Customer Voice

If you aren’t already aware, you can import a list of Contacts to Dynamics 365 Customer Voice containing their name and email address, and then send them an email with a link to take a survey. You can then use the name as a variable in the survey or email template, but that’s it…. or … Continue reading Import Contacts AND Variables To Send Personalised Surveys From D365 Customer Voice

Extracting Survey Variables From Forms Pro Responses (Without Access To CDS)

Survey variables can be used in a Forms Pro survey to personalise forms, but also to pass information back and forth from the invitation to the response. When using these variables, they can be seen in a field named ‘Context Data’ in a survey response. If you have a license for Power Apps and can … Continue reading Extracting Survey Variables From Forms Pro Responses (Without Access To CDS)

Microsoft Bookings Connector in Power Automate – The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

I started writing about Microsoft Bookings in 2020, wanting to learn as much as I could and then share that insight with others. To this day, some of my most read blog posts are on the topic of Bookings and how to get the most from it. Back then, the only way to get data … Continue reading Microsoft Bookings Connector in Power Automate – The Good, The Bad & The Ugly