- D365 Marketing Weekly Newsletter
- Issue #17
July 25th 2023
Issue 17 of D365 Marketing Weekly
Wow! Over 900 of you now getting this newsletter in your inbox this week. That’s fantastic! Thank you for all of the support and comments, and I’m so glad it’s helpful to you! Biggest news this week, a Name Change??? More exciting, the Wave 2 2023 release notes are out! Stay tuned for a video from Amey Holden and I coming later in the week where we go through all of the features and share our thoughts.
As always, if you spot anything you think would be worth a mention, just let me know by emailing [email protected]. Always good to know of others posting about D365 Marketing or if you see anything else other marketers should know about.
Now let’s get on with the newsletter!
The following relate to news and articles about Dynamics 365 Marketing
D365 Marketing Name Change 😲
A big announcement from last week! Dynamics 365 Customer Insights and Dynamics 365 Marketing are coming together as one offering named Dynamics 365 Customer Insights. Dynamics 365 Marketing is becoming Dynamics 365 Customer Insights - Journeys. In Dynamics 365 Customer Insights - Journeys, the focus will solely be on real-time marketing, ensuring a modernized and efficient approach to customer engagement. You can read more in their FAQ’s by clicking on the button below and read one of the announcement blogs here.
Dynamics 365 Marketing in 2023 Wave 2
It’s here! The release notes for Wave 2 2023. Of course, it’s not just all about Marketing, but that’s the first part I will always check. I’ll have a review video out with Amey Holden later in the week where we talk through each of the proposed items and share our thoughts about what looks awesome, and what some of the features might actually mean!
Dynamics 365 Release Planner
MEGAN V. WALKER
I’ve mentioned the Microsoft Release Planner before, but worth checking out so you can make your own by flagging the features you are most interested in, and even share your own plan with the rest of your team. You can review all of the features from Wave 1 and Wave 2 2023 and even quickly see the change history to know if anything has had the dates moved.
Creating Internal Notification Emails For Realtime Marketing Form Submissions
MEGAN V. WALKER
If you are using Realtime Marketing forms in D365 then this might be a blog post for you! You can follow one approach for sending notification email when someone submits an Outbound marketing form, but you’ll need to create a different process for Realtime. In this article I will walk through how to create a flow in Power Automate and provide details about how the records are linked together for Realtime Marketing submissions.
D365 Marketing Events Portal Using Power Pages
MEGAN V. WALKER
When setting up D365 Marketing for the first time, you are given an option for web hosting to determine where your landing pages and marketing forms are going to be used. You can use your own webserver, or a D365 portal. Until now, I have always suggested using your own webserver as the easiest option. The main reason was the ability to customise how the portal looked, making sure it was fully branded with the same look and feel as your own corporate site. Although it was possible, the Event website uses Angular, rather than HTML and Liquid (used in Power Pages). Until now that is. This post is the first in a series all about creating your own Marketing Events Portal using a Power Pages (Power Apps) portal.
If there are any upcoming events relating to Marketing, they will go here!
Scottish Summit On Tour
This is a hot ticket, and could be that you’ll miss out unless you get on the waitlist right away! Scottish Summit are on tour this year, with the next event being held in Manchester, England on August 5th 2023. It’s sure to be a fantastic event, so if you can make it, join the waitlist and keep your fingers crossed that you are able to get a golden ticket!
Other Marketing content you might find useful
A Comparative Analysis: Twitter vs. Threads in Terms of Interactions
If you’ve been considering looking in to the world of Threads, this might be an interesting read for you. Website Planet have done a comparison of interactions on Twitter and Threads for 30 different brands. Their analysis looked at followers, likes and replies to see which might be more favourable in terms of interactions.