Custom Date Formats in Charts in MS Dynamics CRM

I get a lot of questions on how to change the date format on the labels. A common one is changing the week grouping from “Week 35 of 2016” to “Week of Aug 29.” Coming from Europe, I think week numbers are an awesome way of keeping track of the weeks, but like the metric … Continue reading Custom Date Formats in Charts in MS Dynamics CRM

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N:N Relationship Charts in MS Dynamics CRM

N:N Relationships, or Many-to-Many Relationships, can be a little tricky to get information out of. As an example competitors out-of-the-box have an N:N relationship with opportunities. Let's say we wanted to look at a list of competitors and see how many active opportunities they are currently engaged in. With the chart editor and views, the … Continue reading N:N Relationship Charts in MS Dynamics CRM

Add Percentage Labels to a 100% Stacked Bar chart in MS Dynamics CRM

The 100% stacked bar chart is great to display the relative amounts within a series. However, for some reason the 100% stacked bar chart comes without labels to indicate what the percentage is for each group. You can eyeball it, but that's not very accurate. It is a little tricky to get to the accurate … Continue reading Add Percentage Labels to a 100% Stacked Bar chart in MS Dynamics CRM

LabelFormat Cheat Sheet

Formatting the labels on CRM charts can be a little tricky at times. That's why I've created a little cheat sheet, so I can always find a custom formatting option that fits, and copy it in to my CRM chart xml. Jump to the bottom of this post, if you want to go straight to … Continue reading LabelFormat Cheat Sheet