...but it lacks some features which are often used by marketers and advanced users.
|Feature||Power Apps + Supersearch||Power Apps / D365|
|Build user queries with Advanced Find|
|Create segments by drag-and-dropping queries with set operations|
|Combine user and system views, Marketing Lists and any system or custom entities|
|Use set operations with N:1 and native or manual N:N entity relationships|
|Show system and custom entity relationships as a tree hierarchy|
|Show total record count for any entity and entity criteria|
|Show and export all columns with a single click|
|Visually explain set operation queries|
|Export more than 100 000 records and Marketing List members|
Would you like to create customer segments but Advanced Find tool does not meet your needs?
Would you like to simply know how many customers you have in your environment but Dynamics reports only "5000+" as the total count?
Supersearch solves common problems that marketers and advanced users are facing daily:
Combine any number of Advanced Find queries using an easy drag-and-drop user interface. Supersearch can also show intermediate results for each query step that have been combined with Union, Intersect or Difference group operators. A must feature for anyone building queries.
Build "Not In" queries for any entity with any condition. For example, start by searching contacts with some criterias and as the last step remove contacts from results with any criterias. Very fast, flexible and easy. This will save you a lot of time!
The maximum record count in Dynamics 365 and Power Apps is limited to "5000+". Supersearch does not have any hardcoded limits, instead it will show the exact total record count for any entity in seconds. Now, you finally know the exact number of customers in your environment.
Supersearchs can show any N:1 and N:N hierarchies in a flat structure mode or a hierarchy mode. A marketer can pick an item from a multilevel hierarchy and run searches, for example, with an organization or classification hierarchy. In the past, it were really laborious to build this kind of searches.