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We are in the process of (re)creating our training content on Microsoft Learn. Microsoft Learn is a new platform that presents free self-paced, role-based, task-based content in Learning paths (groups of modules) and modules (individual tasks). To find Dynamics 365 courses on Microsoft Learn, start either from our Business applications landing page, or from the Browse page.
Learning paths are shorter than the courses previously released on CustomerSource and the Dynamics Learning Portal (DLP). The following sections list the Learning paths and the older courses that they replace. We are in the process of retiring the previously-released courses that have been replaced.
We are also in the process of making downloadable versions of training content that applies to current product versions available for free download on the Dynamics 365 community site. The list of courses that we will be making available as downloads is at https://aka.ms/migratecourselist.
Note that we are fully retiring all content on older product versions, such as CRM 2016.
New Learning paths:
Business Applications communities