We can easily create or modify a view in Dynamics 365, this basically generates and saves view FetchXML. It is a great feature but we don’t have control to modify FetchXML. The good news is it can be done without writing code. “View Designer” is another useful XrmToolBox plugin which allows editing of view FetchXML, save and publish it back. Thanks, Andre Margono (MVP) for sharing this. I hope this quick tip was helpful.
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