Find out what’s new in the model-driven apps for Dynamics 365 and the Power BI, Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power Virtual Agents apps for Power Platform.
Features releasing from April through September 2020.
Effective October 2019, to help ensure service levels, availability and quality, there are entitlement limits to the number of requests users can make each day across model-driven apps in Dynamics 365 (such as Dynamics 365 Sales and Dynamics 365 Customer Service) PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow.
Overview about the updates that are applied to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Online. Applies to Dynamics CRM Online 9.1 and later. Find information about the updates and the most recent update.
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The announcements and deprecations described in this topic apply to Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement as of version 9. Find a overview here…
Microsoft identified issues in which users may be unable to navigate to several settings, and experience intermittent form load issues when using Google Chrome browser versions 75.0.3770.80 and 75.0.3770.100.
Latest update version is Update 0.5 from June 2019. Find more in the following list of the available cumulative updates for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 9.0…
There are multiple portals with which you will interact. The following outlines the different portals and the most common tasks you perform there.
This topic lists features that are planned to release from October 2019 through March 2020. Because this topic lists features that may not have released yet, delivery timelines may change and projected functionality may not be released (see Microsoft policy).
On Microsoft Power Platform and Dynamics 365 there are some special terms used. This is an overview about some terms and its definitions.
For example: Application – “A defined collection of features and data on the Dynamics Power platform. Microsoft has several first-party applications like Sales and Customer Service. Makers can design and build entirely custom solutions on the Power platform, and they can also customize the first-party applications offered”…
The release plan (formerly release notes) for the 2019 release wave 2 describes all new features releasing from October 2019 through March 2020 for Dynamics 365.
Release plans available June 10, 2019 | Early access available August 2, 2019 | General availability October 1, 2019