Manage feature settings
Effective November 2020:
- Common Data Service has been renamed to Microsoft Dataverse. Learn more
- Some terminology in Microsoft Dataverse has been updated. For example, entity is now table and field is now column. Learn more
This article will be updated soon to reflect the latest terminology.
Use feature settings to adjust how features appear and function in Dynamics 365 model-driven apps such as Dynamics 365 Sales and Dynamics 365 Customer Service.
These settings can be found in the Power Platform admin center by going to Environments > [select an environment] > Settings > Product > Features.
Make sure you have the System Administrator or System Customizer security role or equivalent permissions to update the business closures.
Check your security role
- Follow the steps in View your user profile.
- Don’t have the correct permissions? Contact your system administrator.
|AI Builder (preview)|
|Create AI models in Power Apps||Default: On. If Off, the environment will not have access to AI Builder. Not all environments will have this setting. For information about environments eligible for this feature and related details, see Administer AI Builder|
|Power BI visualization embedding||Default: Off. More information: Add or edit Power BI visualizations on your dashboard|
|Bing Maps||Default: Off. If On, Customer Engagement (on-premises) users will need to enter a Bing Maps key. Users don’t need to enter a key.|
|Prevent social data in Dynamics||Default: Off. If you don’t want to receive social data in model-driven apps in Dynamics 365, select Off. If you disable social engagement, your organization will not be able to receive social data in model-driven apps in Dynamics 365. Users can continue to work with existing social data, however.|
|Skype presence||Default: On. If On, instant messaging will display the current status for users, contacts, opportunities, or leads. This only applies to lists and sub-lists for entities with an updated user interface.|
|Country/region code prefixing for numbers||Default: On. If On, model-driven apps in Dynamics 365 will prefix the country/region code to numbers that users are trying to call.|
|Set the telephony provider||Default: On. Choose which provider to enable outbound calls from within model-driven apps in Dynamics 365. This setting doesn’t apply to Dynamics 365 for tablets or Dynamics 365 for phones.|
|Use Skype||Default: enabled. More information: Set up model-driven apps in Dynamics 365 to use Skype or Skype for Business|
|Use Skype for Business||Default: not enabled.|
|Relevance Search||Default: Off. If On, you can use Relevance search to find records across multiple entities, sorted by relevance.|
|Quick Find record limits||Default: On. If On, if more than 10,000 records are found, a message will be displayed that suggests a more selective search. More information: Configure Relevance search for the organization|
|Custom help for customizable entities||Default: Off. Select On to replace the default Help content with custom Help designed for your users. After you enable custom Help, you can enter a Global Custom Help URL.|
|Global custom help URL||To replace the default Help with a single URL for all customizable record types (entities), enter the URL here. You also have the option of entering override URLs for each record type (entity) for customizable record types. More information: Create your own guided help|
|Append parameters to URL||Default: Not selected. Select On to append parameters to the URL, you can make your Help content more dynamic. For example, you can access parameters for User Language Code, Entity Name, Entry Point, and Form ID. More information: Create your own guided help|
|Learning path||Default: Off. Changes access to Learning Path for an entire organization. More information: On-off switch for Learning Path (guided help).|
|Learning path authoring||Default: Off. Set to On if you want enable users to author Learning Path content. More information: Create your own guided help (Learning Path) for your customers|
|Power Apps component framework for canvas apps|
|Allow publishing of canvas apps with code components||Default: Off. Enables Power Apps component framework feature that allows the execution of code that may not be generated by Microsoft when a maker adds code components to an app. Make sure that the code component solution is from a trusted source. More information: Code components for canvas apps|
|TDS endpoint (Preview)||Default: Off. Enables Tabular Data Stream (TDS) endpoint (a SQL data connection) for Microsoft Dataverse in an environment. This option is only available for environments enabled for this public preview and version 188.8.131.5237 or higher. To determine your version, select an environment and review the information under Version. More information: Use SQL to query data (Preview) and View entity data in Power BI Desktop (Preview)|