Welcome to your course ExFlow Setup & Configure | Fundamentals.
- How ExFlow works
- How ExFlow differs from standard D365FO AP invoice processing
- Daily use (overview)
- Periodic tasks (overview)
Session dates and times
- Monday, May 08, 09:00-12:00 and 13:00 – 16:00 CEST
- Friday, May 12, 09:00-12:00 CEST
- Friday, May 26, 08:00-10:00 CEST
Link to the live sessions in the virtual classroom (Zoom)
Part 3: Session Friday: Click here to join the classroom.
Link to the recorded sessions
View the recorded sessions for a quick recap in a separate module in this course (after the sessions).
View the used presentations in a separate module in this course (after the class).
Training environment (VM):
Information, how to do, and access keys was emailed directly to students).
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Documentation on ExFlow docs: Forever – according to the service provider (SignUp Software).
Presentations: Extended to 50 days from the course start date.
Extra materials (including recordings): Extended to 50 days from the course start date.
Training environment (VM): 180 days from activation (“save period” 7 days).
The full text from our service provider Skillable:
“The student can keep saving and resuming the same lab “instance” for 180 days. However, each time they resume the lab, the clock will count down until the 4 hours duration is used up.
They can extend the lab in 15-minute increments until the maximum duration of 6 hours is reached, at which point there is a hard stop.
The next time the student launches the lab (perhaps as part of Post-class access), a new lab “instance” will be created with the full 4 hours available.
“Save period of 7 days” means that the instance will be saved for 7 days after your last visit. After 7 days with no interaction, the instance will reset. At your next visit, a new lab instance will be created.”