New Release: Supporting Command Bar (Ribbon)

New Release: Supporting Command Bar (Ribbon)

Version - Release Date: January 7, 2024

We are excited to announce the release of version of our product! This update brings a host of new features and improvements to give more power to the makers. Below are the key highlights of this release:

New Features

  1. Command Bar flows (Preview): Ability to extend the command bar of forms with no code, giving the maker the same capabilities for advanced features of form flows when extending command bar (ribbon) flows.

  2. Business Process Flow actions: Enriching the actions makers can configure without a single line of code


  1. UI Enhancements

    1. New site map icons and sub-areas to help users access help faster

    2. New ribbon Icons

  2. A new modal for creating new flows to help users easily create flows

How to Upgrade

To upgrade your installed byld solutions, follow the below steps:

  1. Navigate to the

  2. From environments, select the environment you want to upgrade the solution in

  3. Click on Resources and then Dynamics 365 apps

    1. Search for the app ""

    2. Click on Update

    3. Accept the terms & conditions and then click Update

    4. Your app will be updated

Get Started with command bar flows

Creating a command bar flow

  1. From Flows click on New

  2. Choose the “Command bar (Ribbon)” option

  3. Set a name for the flow and then choose a table and a form for the command bar you want to extend

    The form selected is just for generating IntelliSense for your flow editor
  4. Click on Create

  5. To edit the flow, click on Edit

  6. Configure your flow (Example below):

  7. Publish your flow

Use your published flow in a command

  1. Copy the details of your published flow

You will get two values,

A. File name

B. Function name

  1. Open the Command Bar designer and click Edit Command bar for the entity you want to extend

  2. Choose Main form

  3. Create a new Command and choose type as JavaScript

  4. Fill in the details your copied from the published flow

  • Library: Copy it from the library name of the published flow

  • Function: Copy it from the function of the published flow

  • Parameter: pass the Primary Control as the first parameter

  1. Save & Publish

Observe the result after clicking on the button