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I was wondering where to get technical information about today's announcement regarding changes to Talent https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/dynamics365/bdm/2019/12/06/building-a-more-successful-workforce-with-dynamics-365-human-resources/
Specifically, is Dynamics HR going to continue being its own product outside of D365 Finance and Operations and connected via CDS?
Dyn365 HR will continue to be its own product, outside F&O, but without Attract and Onboard. Hopefully, from February we will see the new acquisitions that will better cover Benefits, and Time Sheets.
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