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https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/fin-ops-core/fin-ops/get-started/...

However, if a personalization was saved for the page or workspace, that personalization can be reimported. Users – Select a user to see a list of the pages that the user has personalized. You can then turn that user's ability to use personalizations for specific pages, or for the whole system, on or off.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/marketing/personalized-page-content

Test your page personalization. As mentioned in the introduction to this topic, page personalization requires that a contact is known and allows prefilling of marketing pages. To test your page personalization, do the following: Set up page personalization and create your personalized page as described earlier in this topic.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/14165

A theme is a combination of pictures, colors, and sounds for personalizing your PC. The latest versions of Windows include many exciting desktop personalization features, such as panoramic themes that extend across two side-by-side monitors, and the ability to have your theme appear on your Start screen.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics-nav-app/admin-users-profiles-roles

Personalization, performed by users. Users personalize the user interface of their personal version by customizing the user interface under their own user logon. This personalization can be deleted by the administrator. For more information, see, Personalizing Workspaces. See Also. How to: Manage Users and Permissions Customizing the User Interface

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/business-central/ui-personalization-user

If you see a or on the banner, you cannot personalize the page. For more details, see Why a Page is Locked from Personalization.. To add a field, choose the + Field action.. From the Add Field to Page pane, drag and drop a field into the desired position on the page.. To change a UI element, point to the element, such as an action, a field, or a part.