Save and New Button in Quick Create Form – 2019 Release Wave 2 (Unified Interface)

With 2019 Release wave 2, now we have Save and New button available in Unified Interface.

However, for now, it is limited to the Quick Create Form.

For our main form, for both legacy web client and unified interface form, the Save and New button is not available in the command bar.

  • Unified Interface –

  • Legacy Web Client –

Let us try unhiding the button using our favorite XrmToolBox Plugin – Ribbon Workbench.

Select the Save & New button on the form and click on the Customize

Remove the below display rules and publish the changes

  • Mscrm.HideOnCommandBar
  • Mscrm.HideOnModern

We now have the button available in our legacy web client’s form.

And also, it is working as expected.

We can also use the shortcut CTRL + Shift + S
to save the form and open a new form for our legacy web client form.

We also have the button appear in our new Unified Interface however it throws the below script error.

The below answer from Linn Zaw explains the reason for it not working in Unified Interface.

Below is the screenshot of the form (with Save & New button) in CRM 2011 before it was hidden in the product starting from CRM 2013 with the introduction of the new command bar.

Hope it helps..


Author: Nishant Rana

I love working in and sharing everything about Microsoft.NET technology !

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