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There are a lot of amazing resources out there for Dynamics 365 users and system administrators. We will be updating this section with links to useful sites often, so be sure to check back often.


There are some great organizations out there supporting the Dynamics 365 community, be sure to check them out if you are not already a part of them.

Dynamics Communities creates technology-centric communities to exchange ideas on how to best maximize industry knowledge through user-produced education, enriched networking, and conferences attendance.

End Users

Introduction to Microsoft Dynamics 365 reviews the terms and concepts as well as the different Dynamics 365 apps

System Administrators

Surviving CRM by Jukka Niiranen has been the go to blog for Dynamics since 2013. The frequency and quality of the content that is posted on this blog makes it the go to place for information on new features.

Dynamics CRM Theme Generator makes updating your theme easier. The site displays the areas within Dynamics and allows you to update the colors and see immediately what the impact of the change will be to your environment.

Dynamics 365 Pricing is the best place to get the most up to date pricing on Dynamics 365. Please keep in mind that your pricing may vary depending on your circumstance. Please be sure to work with your Microsoft partner as they will be able to better assist you.

Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide will give you the detail breakdown of what is included in each license of Dynamics 365.

Dynamics CRM Tip of The Day has delivered over 1,000 tips around Dynamics and they are still going strong. This team highlights some of the best hidden features and often hard to resolve issues.

Dynamics 365 YouTube channel is always being updated with videos from Microsoft. They range from short videos highlighting new features to hour long presentations from major conferences.

Partners and ISV

The CRM MVP Podcast by Gus Gonzalez focuses on what is happening in Dynamics 365 community and covers subjects rarely discussed openly in the CRM Community.

ReadyXRM by Nick Doleman dives deeper into Dynamics 365 from a developer’s perspective and you will find great material regarding the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Portals.


XrmToolBox consistently ranks in the top 5 tools for Dynamics. Over the years, the XrmToolBox has grown from a handful of tools to now over 50+ tools all designed to improve the Dynamics experience.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Software Development Kit (SDK) is published by Microsoft and contains tools for developers to extend the Dynamics 365 platform. The most commonly used tool is the Plugin Registration Tool.