Generating list of change sets and updating work items
Use queues to organize, prioritize, and monitor the progress of your work.
In Microsoft Dynamics 365, queues are containers used to store anything that needs to be completed or requires an action, for example completing a task or closing a case.
For Dynamics 365 on-premises organizations, these features are available if they have installed CRM 2013 Service Pack 1 (on-premises) or later, or have updated to CRM 2015 or later. More information: Find your Dynamics 365 administrator or support person By default, a queue is created for each user and team in Microsoft Dynamics 365.For example, you could create separate queues for First Tier and Second Tier product support teams that reflect their differing levels of expertise, or Gold and Silver queues to reflect differing priorities based on service contracts that customers have with your organization.Microsoft Dynamics 365 lets you create two types of queues: private or public.See them in the How-To page of the Nintex Workflow Cloud space! A Data Model is a new approach for integrating data from multiple tables, effectively building a relational data source inside an Excel workbook.