Have a GP Question? Get Help from Your Peers in These Dynamics GP Forums

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Whether you’re new to Dynamics GP, or have been using it for years, occasionally, you probably come across a question or issue you’re not sure how to solve. When that happens, you usually have two choices. One, Google your question until you find the answer published on a webpage hidden somewhere in the depths of the Internet. Or, if you don’t have the time, energy or patience to find the answer by searching online, you can always ask your Microsoft partner. And, while I’m sure your Microsoft partner will be more than happy to help you resolve the issue, we all understand sometimes you would rather try to fix the problem yourself, instead of enlisting outside help. For those instances, I would like to suggest another helpful resource.

Because Dynamics GP has been a popular business management system for decades now, a vibrant online community has sprung up around it. Somewhat overlooked parts of this online community are the Dynamics GP forums where users can go to ask each other questions and get the help with their software. So, today I thought I would take a few moments and introduce you to a few of the available online forums. Hopefully they prove useful to you the next time you find yourself faced with a Dynamics GP question you don’t know the answer to.

Please note: Intelligent Technologies, Inc. endorses none of the websites listed below. Their inclusion in this blog is only for our readers‘ education and convenience.


Dynamics GP Forum #1: Microsoft Dynamics GP Community

About the Group

The official Microsoft online community for Dynamics GP users.


What You’ll Find:

  • Event information
  • Blogs (written by Dynamics partners and Microsoft support staff)
  • Social media streams
  • Videos
  • Dynamics GP Forum (Search a collection of over 36,000 posts and post your own questions). Get fast help and free support from qualified experts.


How to Join?

You can explore the community and search for solutions without joining. But, if you want to post a question/comment in the Dynamics GP forum or receive email notifications, you must sign up. To do this:

  1. Click "Sign in" at the top of any Microsoft Dynamics Community page.
  2. Sign in with your Microsoft account credentials. (Hint: if you have an Outlook.com account, a Hotmail account, a Messenger account, or a Xbox account, you already have a Microsoft account). You can sign into the community with your existing username/email and password.
  3. If you do not already have a Microsoft Account, click "Sign up now" and follow the instructions.
  4. On the "Join the Microsoft Dynamics Community" page, create a screen name and a private email address (which won't be shared).
  5. Specify if you would like to receive emails from Microsoft Dynamics and click Join.

Tip: If you've accidentally created more than one community account, learn more about how you can request your accounts to be merged.


Dynamics GP Forum #2: GPUG (GP User Group)

About the Group

A user-led, user driven community of 31,000 Microsoft Dynamics GP users. Make the most of your Dynamics investment with education, networking, and events.


What You’ll Find

  1. Strategic Content Center which includes:


  • Dynamics GP Toolkits
  • Dynamics GP Role Based Learning Plans
  • Dynamics GP Topic Based Learning Plans
  • Dynamics GP Tip Sheets
  • Dynamics GP Employee Onboarding Plans


  1. Online training
  2. Professional Networking Opportunities
  3. Dynamics GP forums

And more.


How to Join?

Visit this webpage to get started. Membership to GPUG requires a yearly fee, starting at $450. Explore the membership options in greater detail.


Dynamics GP Forum #3: Dynamics User Group (DUG)

About the Group

An independent, free user group designed for anyone with an interest in GP. Get answers to your questions or help others by answering theirs.


What You’ll Find

  • Blogs (A curated collection of GP related blogs from around the web).
  • Dynamics GP Forum


How to Join?

This step is unnecessary to read or search existing content. But, if you want to contribute to the Dynamics GP forum conversation, you can join by following the instructions on this page.


There you have it. We hope you find a Dynamics GP forum useful the next time you run into an issue that leaves you scratching your head.

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