So, to make things even better in Ribbon Workbench, Smart Buttons have been introduced and here’s what they do and how you can get started with it!
Installing Smart Buttons
Initially, you would see this in your Ribbon Workbench, given that you are working on a Solution in Ribbon Workbench for your customization –
- You’d see this message for Smart Buttons if the Smart Buttons solution is not installed in your environment.
- Once you click the link (https://ribbonworkbench.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/896958), you’ll be taken to the Release notes and you can then click here to find the link to the GitHub page [https://github.com/scottdurow/RibbonWorkbench/releases]
- Here’s Scott Durow’s GitHub Page for the Smart Buttons solution – https://github.com/scottdurow/RibbonWorkbench/releases
The GitHub page also has link to the Unified Client buttons – https://develop1.net/public/post/2018/04/06/Adding-Ribbon-Workbench-SmartButtons-to-the-Unified-Client
And you can Download the solution shown below –
- Now, you can import this in your environment –
Once this solution is imported, you’ll see this –
- It’ll be a Managed Solution (that’s why you don’t need to Publish Customization :))
- And when this is imported, you can re-open the Ribbon Workbench and you’ll find the Smart Buttons show up.
Hope this helps!
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