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This was a question I asked previously during the Wave 2 2019 release but wasn't sure if there are any definitive answers to this.
I've seen all the cool new features you can opt in to for early access regarding enhanced emails, kanban boards for opps and activities. These are all great but the big problem is that they all seem to be only available to Microsoft's pre-built model driven apps. Specifically the Sales Hub and Customer Service Hub model driven apps. The problem is that I've created a few custom model-driven apps so that I can segment functions based on my business units and cannot find any documentation on when and how they will make the release features available to custom model driven apps.
I remember when they released the contextual emails for the sales hub in wave 2 releases 2019. I was only able to enable it early on in the Sales Hub and not any of my custom apps. What is Microsoft's position on the features and custom model-driven app?
If you read Dynamics 365: 2020 release wave 1 plan you will find that all new features are divided according to different apps, you can see it in the catalog.
And, on each feature page, there is a note to remind which apps this capability is only available to.
The design purpose and user group of each app are different, so the new features required by each app must also be different.
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