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A motto for Microsoft’s Business Applications team is, “We’re all in this together.” Throughout the coronavirus crisis, Microsoft has been working to live out that ethos, supporting businesses and healthcare organizations on the frontlines. This support effort has focused on robust cloud services, with Microsoft Teams leading the charge for telemedicine and teleworking. With this in mind, Microsoft’s Business Application team has announced a few update schedule changes to ensure business continuity and avoid disruption in these challenging...

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Last week, we published part one of our blog series that details the Dynamics 365 release wave 1 plan. Next month, you will begin to gain access to new features across all of the applications associated with the platform. This blog will continue to explain key investment areas as well as top features that will be available starting this coming April. Finance and Operations Dynamics 365 Finance will drive automation and predictive analytics capabilities, which, in the end, leads to proactive management....

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Deprecations happen very frequently within the technology industry and especially within Microsoft platforms because they are always improving the features. If you are unsure of this term, deprecated means the intention to remove the feature or capability from a future, major release. The feature or capability will continue to work and is supported until it is removed. A deprecation notification can span a few years, but after the removal the feature will no longer work....

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It’s that time! Time to start planning for the Dynamics 365 release wave 1 updates that will begin in April. In just a few months, you will start gaining access to several new features across all of the applications. Not only will these changes be exciting to try out, but they will also bring new innovations that provide you with significant capabilities to transform your business. To keep you informed, this blog will be a two-part series that provides a high-level overview of the key investment areas and a few top features...

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As we mentioned in a recent blog post, Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is now being licensed as Dynamics 365 Finance and Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management. With all things considered, there are even more changes that are occurring in February. Keep reading to learn about features that have been added, deprecated, or modified this month within the platform New Features Data management export file size limit update: When exporting files using data management,...

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If you haven’t heard, Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is now licensed as two separate applications – Dynamics 365 Finance and Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management. Microsoft explained that this change occurred because they want to offer more flexibility to customers so they can adopt the capabilities that they need when they need them. This month, for Platform update 31, there have been several modifications that we are going to list below to ensure you are up to date! Dynamics 365 Finance versus Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management:...

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If you’ve been around the block a few times, you know that a new year means new updates for Microsoft platforms! The Dynamics 365 and Power Platform release wave 1 typically occurs in April, and then wave 2 will follow in October. You can expect to already know some of the bigger changes that are announced in the releases by attending Microsoft partner events and conferences, but many will catch you by surprise. The most recent release in October 2019 had over 400 new feature updates...

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As most of you know Microsoft Flow has recently announced a new product name, Power Automate. The UI flows feature brings Robotic Process Automation (RBA) capabilities into the platform. There are also several other updates I am going to share. Call Child Flows Users are building processes in Power Automate that need dozens, sometimes hundreds of steps. But, pulling these actions into a single flow, can make it difficult to navigate and maintain that flow....

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Last week, hundreds of feature updates and capabilities were released across Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform. This release, one of the biggest to date, showcased Microsoft’s investment in accelerating business transformations. We have highlighted top features from four key areas in this round of updates below. 1. AI = Business Results Microsoft has continued to invest in AI capabilities with the goal of turning reactive organizations into proactive ones. With the new wave...

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Still using the old solution designer interface? Perhaps, you can’t find the new solution designer interface, or you are like me and just find comfort in the familiar. However, I am here to tell you the new interface is worth the find and a wonderful update to the Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement (D365CE) world. Another point of confusion may be wondering which environment you are working in. Is it an environment in Dynamics 365...

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