I am a new user of Microsoft Dataverse.
I tried to find the usersettings entity by looking at the following documentation, but could not find it.
I would like to set the time zone for each user, as in this document
Please let me know if there is a better way to do this.
You can use the User Settings Utility plugin from the Xrmtoolbox to manage a users personal settings, such as Timezone.
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XrmToolbox works but you have to manually do it. Use XrmToolBox for users that are already in the instance and Flow for new users. You can set the timezone to automatically run in Flow.
The trigger needs to be a Common Data Service trigger on create set scope to Organisation (create = when user gets pushed through from Azure AD to the instance), the Action should be Common Data Service -> Update Row where Entity/Table = User Settings, Id = the Userid from the Trigger, and then put the appropriate value in TimeZoneCode (note: this list may not be complete due to its age https://powerobjects.com/crm-101/importing-values-time-zone-fields-dynamics-crm/).
@Newbie2look closely at the second paragraph in my previous post, it is how you set timezone for a User by updating the User Settings (usersettings) entity using power automate flow (the only other way to do it is via .Net code - and if you want to do that you could look at the XrmToolBox code for the user settigns plugin - most of it is open source).
To supplement on @Fubar and @ChrisPiasecki, XrmToolBox is the most common way to set user settings which in the background updates usersetting entity. Note that users can always overwrite these settings (personal settings) and set whatever they want. Is your requirement to force them to a particular timezone or simply to set the default timezone for them one time?
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