Modifying the Site Map in a Dynamics CRM application can be a precarious and tricky task if you are not using any relying party tools for this. Fortunately, in the December 2016 update, Microsoft included an in-application Site Map supervisor called the Site Map Designer. This influences modifying the site to outline an application substantially simpler, as it gives a helpful simple interface for communicating with the descriptive Site Map components.

Accessing Sitemap editor in Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM:

  • Sitemap can be edited on the default customizations solution or you can open the solution that you would like to use to contain the sitemap.
  • Under Components. Select Client Extensions > Add Existing > Select “Site Map”.
  • It will then open up the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sitemap Editor.

While the interface has a couple of characteristics, it furnishes a simple method to work with the Site Map. The principle part is a review of what the Site Map presently resembles.



At the point when the Add button is clicked, an available feature is provided to drag into your sitemap. The Clone and Delete buttons are working as expected, with the clone making a duplicate of the current sitemap settings.

Components of Sitemap:

Areas (or tabs)


Groups (which live under Areas)


Subareas (which live under Groups, and are the actual clickable links that lead to entities and Dynamics components)


After all the customization’s has been done you may want to publish the Sitemap to see its effect in the main application. It is not possible to publish the Sitemap without saving it first. The controls for doing this are in the top right hand corner of the screen, and work as expected.



Hence by utilizing above basic advances, you can Create/Modify Site Map by using designer in Microsoft Dynamics 365.

Hope this blog help you in the creation/modification of Site Map. Keep visiting to to get more exciting news and blogs related to Dynamics world.

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