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Microsoft has recently announced changes to the terminology used with Common Data Service. See the documentation here
As a reminder, Dynamics 365 applications also use Common Data Service to store and secure the data they use. This means that these changes are relevant to all Dynamics 365 applications as well.
As of now, if you navigate to the Power Apps Maker Portal, the new terminology is already reflected in all areas where previous terms were used, as seen below:
Hopefully this will save you some time in searching for old terminology when trying to create new entities and attributes....I mean, tables and columns
Thanks for reading!
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