Check Out These Handy Links to Help for CRM 2013

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Check Out These Handy Links to Help for CRM 2013

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Whether you’re an administrator, a developer or a daily user, here’s a collection of links to help for CRM Online Fall ‘13 and CRM 2013 on-premises!


  • CRM Overview website – Learn about the benefits and features of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, see what’s new and on the horizon, watch videos about customer success stories, or take a test drive.
  • Take the CRM TestDrive – See CRM in action with a quick and easy demo of sales, service, and mobile features.


  • Get Ready for CRM web page – Quickly access links to the info you need to prepare for the update. In one place, find out what’s changed, pricing and licensing details, impacts on customizers and developers, and how to get ready.
  • CRM Online Subscription Guide – Find out how to use the Office 365 admin portal to get an organization ready to update. Plan for the update, add and register users, assign security roles, import data, and send email to invite users.
  • CRM 2013 Implementation Guide – Get detailed info to install, configure, customize, and maintain CRM 2013 (on-premises) and CRM Online Fall ’13. For IT pros and CRM admins.



  • Customer Center – Head to this central location for all the eBooks, videos, and help topics you need to the most out of the system. Go to
  • In-product Help Click the question mark on the upper right corner of pages of the CRM application for help.
  • CRM eBooks - Check out these short, friendly, visual guides to key areas, including CRM basics, what’s changed in CRM 2013, business processes, and more.
  • Quick reference card for CRM customer service
    In an easy-to-read format, see how to create, edit, and resolve service cases.
  • CRM videos – In two minutes or less, watch short videos to get started with dashboards and contacts, and to learn about the new navigation in CRM 2013. Find more videos on the Microsoft Dynamics CRM channel on YouTube.




  • Use Bing®and other search engines to find publicly available content. For best results, include the words CRM Online or CRM 2013 in your search.
  • Search for Microsoft Dynamics CRM on social media:    


  • Microsoft Connect – Use this website to send us feedback about Microsoft Dynamics products.
  • Documentation Feedback – Let us know how we’re doing. Use the documentation feedback link at the bottom of our help topics to send us an email any time.
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