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If you find an error or have a suggestion about the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Documentation we want to hear from you. There are several ways to contact us, depending on which content you are viewing.

Many of you are already aware that the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Help and Resource Center content has a form to allow you to submit your comments on every page. Crystal Smithwick blogged about this a couple years ago.


When you use this form to submit feedback or ask questions you will receive a response from one of the writers who created the content. We get a lot of feedback and questions from people from this little form.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM SDK feedback

Based on the amount of feedback we receive on the SDK, perhaps fewer of you are aware that the online version of the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0 SDK has a similar feedback mechanism.


Like the help feedback, this link allows you to send feedback and questions to the writers of the SDK with a reference to a specific page of content. Unlike the help feedback, we won’t be able to respond to you, unless you include your contact information. But we will review your suggestions and questions and apply them to improve the documentation. We would also welcome comments if you think we are doing a good job. If you would like a response, please include your e-mail address in the feedback.

In the future, the online SDK will include a community content tab at the bottom of each page. You’ll be able to use this to post questions, tips, or even your own sample code.

Many people prefer to use the CHM version of the SDK that is included in the downloadable SDK. The CHM has a feedback link similar to the one you’ll find in Help or in the Implementation Guide.


At this time the CHM version only allows you to submit feedback on the main page and doesn’t include a reference to a specific page. We are working on adding feedback capabilities for each page.

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

Jim Daly

We're always looking for feedback and would like to hear from you. Please head to the Dynamics 365 Community to start a discussion, ask questions, and tell us what you think!