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Great to see that you guys are focused on making improvements to how you roll out Dynamics, per your recent blog post. However, I feel like we've heard this all before, so let me see if we can get really specific here. When you guys say you're doing two releases - one in April, one in October - does that mean we will see the releases in April and October, or are we waiting months to see those bits?
We are still waiting on the Spring 2018 release - it's July.
I know you guys are making some massive changes, but I can't help feeling strung along for a while now, and I know that I'm not the only one feeling this way based on what I've seen posted in the forums.
Article, for reference: cloudblogs.microsoft.com/.../modernizing-the-way-we-update-dynamics-365
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