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How to create a CRM view based button for CRM 2015/16

After embedding SmartBar (via the MainPage.html) into a CRM form or dashboard, a CRM view based button for CRM 2015/16 can be created. Such a button shows the number of records related to the selected view. A click on the button navigates you to this view. This step-by-step tutorial outlines how this is done quick and easy.

1) Please make sure that SmartBar has been embedded via the MainPaige.html into a CRM form or dashboard. 

2) Next, load its configuration. To do so, click on the [Settings]-button in the SmartBar. 

Figure 1: Open the SmartBar Configuration

3) In the config that pops up now, please click on the [Add]-button in order to add a custom button.  


4) In the following dialog select Entity | Sitemap, the main entity (e.g. Cases) and a view related to this entity. Leave the field Count View Records enabled in order to count the records and click on the [Create]-button:
Figure 3: Create a button

5) Please perform this step for all the buttons you would like to add. As soon as you have finished, change to the Styling-tab and select Metro
Figure 4: Switch to Metro Style 

6) Get your result(s). After the configuration has been saved, your SmartBar should look similar to the below example.  With a click on the corresponding button, you will be forwarded automatically to the defined view.
Figure 5: Get the results 

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