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To help provide the best possible Unified Service Desk experiences, we recently announced the General Availability of Unified Service Desk 4.1, delivering improved performance and a host of feature enhancements.
Below youll find information about the versions and features that have been marked asdeprecatedwith the latest release of Unified Service Desk 4.1.Administrators and IT professionals should use this information to prepare for future releases of Dynamics 365 Unified Service Desk.
What is deprecation?
Deprecation means we intend to remove the feature or capability from a future major release of Unified Service Desk. The feature or capability continues to work until the next major release, and ultimately, these features will be removed from the product in our next major release. This process gives customers at least one release cycle to adapt their implementation to a newer version of a deprecated capability, before actual removal.
1.) Unified Service Desk 3.2 and any lower versions
Unified Service Desk has an annual release cadence for the major version upgrades. We encourage you to be on the latest version and take advantage of the new features/capabilities and enhancements. Customers on Unified Service Desk 3.2 or a lower version, should plan to migrate to the latest/supported releaseof Unified Service Desk.
Going forward, Unified Service Desk will support the last three releases (N-2 format). On the release of the next version of Unified Service Desk, the oldest supported version will be deprecated.For example, with the release of Unified Service Desk 4.2, Unified Service Desk 3.3 version will stand deprecated.
2.) Hosted controls
What is the latest release of Unified Service Desk?
The latest Unified Service Desk release currently in the market is 4.X series. To download and learn about the Best practices, seeBest Practices for Unified Service Desk Deployment and Upgrade.
What is coming next?
Upcoming features for Unified Service Desk will be announced in therelease notesand published three months before the release. Follow the Dynamics 365 blog and Twitter and LinkedIn handles to stay informed when release notes are announced. request you to join the preview program and provide feedback on the new enhancements.To learn more about Unified Service desk , seeUnified Service Desk Official Blogs.
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