Allow user to freeze columns


It would be extremely helpful if the user could select to 'freeze' a number of columns in a grid through personalization. The user would enter a number, say two, and then using the horizontal scroll bar on the bottom of the screen, the first 2 columns would remain fixed while the other columns wo...

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Allow for easier column moving and sizing


Currently there are a number of steps involved when personalizing a screen. In AX 2012, it seemed much easier to do - Columns could simply be dragged and the application remembered the position and sizing of the user settings. For some reason columns are also always added after the last field, bu...

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Allow user to hide unused modules


Allow users to easily hide unused modules (We had this ability previously in AX 2012 and it removed a lot of clutter from the screen)

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Allow user to resize right hand side pane (Related Information)


We use fact boxes extensively and many of the ones that we developed have a number of fields or grids in them. In D365 we now need to scroll left and right through these boxes which is time consuming as the user cannot see pertinent information. The fixed pane is a step backwards from AX2012. Ca...

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Insert at correct position


When selecting insert, the fields are added to the end of the grid and the user has to page over and go through the move fields rigmarole. Can Microsoft now just insert at the position indicated? I'm sure everyone would love this

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'Is one of filtering'


Microsoft D365 has a great 'Is one of' field filtering that is almost 100% optimized for the user experience - Except that the cursor is not repositioned to the point for the next value to be entered. Instead, the user has to click into the field - in my mind an unnecessary movement. Can the cur...

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