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If you searched and did not find an answer to your question, post your own question or start a discussion around that topic to get expert opinions from others in the community. Keep in mind that some questions are more complex than others and may take longer to receive a reply.
What is the difference between a question post and a discussion post?
Question posts are used to get an answer or solution to a specific question or issue.
Discussion posts are used to share opinions, discuss tips and tricks, and chat about Dynamics technologies.
Both types of posts have the same formatting and similar options. The most noticeable exception is that no suggested answer is needed or available on discussion posts.
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