Coveo for Microsoft Dynamics 365
- Getting Started
- Administrator's Guide
- Developer's Guide
- Coveo for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Portals
- Get Help and Support
- Supported Versions and Dependencies
- New Features
- Release Notes
Coveo for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Portals
Coveo for Microsoft Dynamics 365 helps you make your valuable content more easily accessible to your employees using Microsoft Dynamics 365. However, it’s possible that this information could also be useful to people who don’t have access to your Microsoft Dynamics 365 instance, such as your customers and partners. So, to make your content available to your enterprise community, you can deploy Coveo for Microsoft Dynamics 365 in your Microsoft portal (see Deliver web engagement experience with portal capabilities for Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement). By doing so, you allow your portal users to use Coveo for Microsoft Dynamics 365 to search your content as well as to receive proactive content suggestions relevant to the issues they may have encountered (see Deflecting Support Cases). In short, Coveo for Microsoft Dynamics 365, when deployed in your portal, enhances the user experience that your portal offers to your community by making it easier for users to find the content they need.
The Coveo for Microsoft Dynamics 365 deployment steps must be followed in order, as some procedures require you to have done specific tasks before. See Deploying Coveo for Microsoft Dynamics 365 in a Portal for more information on the deployment process.
Once you have deployed Coveo for Microsoft Dynamics 365 in your portal, you can choose to leverage some optional features to take full advantage of the solution. These guides are independent one from another and don’t need to be done in order.