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This month, we published the 2020 release wave 1 plans, a compilation of new capabilities that will be released between April and September 2020, for:
These releases include:
Highlights from Customer Engagement applications include:
For a complete list of new capabilities,
please check out the Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform 2020 release wave 1 plans.
For details, see this page on Dynamics 365 blog.
“Deprecated” means we intend to remove the feature or capability from a future major release.
The feature or capability will continue to work and is fully supported until it is officially removed.
This deprecation notification can span a few years. After removal, the feature or capability will no longer work.
We are notifying you now so you have sufficient time to plan and update your code before the feature or capability is removed.
How to? More information on Modify your code to use global Discovery Service page.
For full list of deprecated Dynamics 365 features,
see the Important changes (deprecations) coming in Power Apps, Power Automate, and model-driven apps in Dynamics 365.
See this page for Introducing the PowerApps Center of Excellence Starter Kit.
For more details to the Update, see this page on Power Automate blog.
More information on the deprecation can be found on this page of Dynamics 365 Blog.
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The Service Updates for Dynamics 365 online version 9.1 are now available in some regions and coming soon to others.
To determine which version your organization has applied, check your Microsoft Dynamics 365 Online version number.
Click the gear icon in the upper-right corner, then click About.
Service Update 135 (220.127.116.1103 or higher) resolved issues including:
Service Update 132 (18.104.22.16801 or higher) resolved issues including:
Service Update 129 (22.214.171.12403 or higher) resolved issues including:
The Service Updates for Dynamics 365 on-premise version 8.2 and 9.0 are now available in some regions and coming soon to others. These cumulative update rollups include all the hotfixes that were released for limited distribution.
Cumulative updates available for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 9.0
Service Update 0.12 (126.96.36.199- January 2020) resolved issues including:
Cumulative updates available for Microsoft Dynamics 365 8.2
Service Update 8.2.13 (188.8.131.52- January 2020) resolved issues including:
Version Check and Upgrade Information
Latest Portal Capabilities Update
please reference this KB article.
The latest Portal host Version 184.108.40.206 resolves the following issues and more:
Industry accelerators include powerful connected experiences that are designed to support common, existing business needs for specific industries.
For more details, see this page on Dynamics 365 blog.
For more details on what's planned to release to release from April 2020 through September 2020,
visit this page on Microsoft Docs.
For more information see this page on Power Automate blog.
For details, see the page on Dynamics 365 Community
But this is just an initial step. We’ll be adding support for more controls soon, as well as new features to help you schedule your automated tests into your processes.
For details, see the page on Dynamics Power Apps blog.
For details, see this page on Power Automate blog.
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