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Our Dynamics 365 F&O have been recently upgraded to 10.0 from 8.1.
However the basic change I can see as disadvantage we can not see the path on header of any form.
Previous version; I could see the path for - Accounts receivable->Customers-> All customers
New Version; I can not see the path now for any screen
Is there any setup/configuration to get the previous privilege back?
The breadcrumb is removed in PU24. You can re-enable it but it will disappear completely in PU28 = in a few months.
That's not 10.0 but one of the Platform update . I am using platform update 25 with 7.3 and I don't see the navigation as well, so this is the way it is designed in newer versions .
It has been removed. You can read more about it in What's new or changed in Finance and Operations platform update 24 (March 2019) > Updated navigation bar that aligns with the Office header.
There is configuration that allow you to get navigation menu back...but eventually it may go away. Ask user to start searching forms instead.
Excellent, I got it, still we can get that navigation bar, it helped Martin
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