Edit Settings SiteMap in classic Dynamics 365 CRM UI | [Quick Tip]

Now that we are moving everything to the Unified Interface across all Apps in Dynamics 365 CRM, in case you still need to edit the old Settings area in your SiteMap in the Dynamics 365 CRM classic UI.

Here’s how to find the

Edit Old Settings SiteMap in class

Here’s how you edit the classic Settings area in your classic UI in Dynamics 365 CRM. It’s presumed you are a System Administrator / System Customizer –

  1. Create a blank Solution and save it.
    Then, click on Components on the left hand menu and then Add Existing as you used to previous do to add different components in the solution.
    Then, select SiteMap.

  2. Then, look for the SiteMap which doesn’t have any App Name written next to it.

  3. Now, you can see the Settings area which you can modify, Save and Publish your changes.

Hope this was useful!

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