Do you know that you can influence the direction of Dynamics 365? But you may be unsure as to whether it really will make a difference. Microsoft have a site where the community can add ideas and vote on them. Go to https://experience.dynamics.com/ideas/ and create your ideas. If the idea is valid and they get enough votes, Microsoft will act and include them in their product backlog. But equally important is the ability to vote on other’s ideas.
As we speak, there are 1673 ideas for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations and 212 ideas for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Retail. Microsoft employees are some of most actives to add ideas to their site.
The ideas portal allows you to see as the ideas more from an idea to being part of the product:
An important unofficial note is that for an idea to be moved from “New” to “Under Review” it requires at least 10 votes. Also discussions is possible on the ideas, and to add additional substance to the requirements.
You can also keep track of your own ideas and votes you have submitted.
If I have a few minutes of spare time, I like to go in and look at the new ideas submitted and read them. When there are ideas I like, I vote on them.
The more we use this channel to give ideas and feedback, the more important it will be. So please go in and vote at https://experience.dynamics.com/ideas/
(And if you find some of mine, please give it a vote )
Voting is the most important way to make the community voice heard on the issues that concerns the roadmap for Dynamics 365.
Voting gives you an opportunity to be part of the priority that affects Dynamics 365.
If YOU don’t Vote Others will make the decisions for YOU!