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2021 Release Wave 1Discover the latest updates and new features to Dynamics 365 planned April 2021 through September 2021.
Release overview guides and videos Release Plan | Preview 2021 Release Wave 1 Timeline
The FastTrack program is designed to help you accelerate your Dynamics 365 deployment with confidence.
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We encourage our customers and partners to reference these dates to plan and prepare for the upcoming release wave with confidence.
For more details, see this page from Microsoft Dynamics 365 blog.
It is our goal to deliver a powerful bot experience that allows users to retrieve and manage information. Based on usage data and feedback from our customers, we will be working on a powerful, extensible set of capabilities and features that will allow you to intuitively access and interact with sales information—among other entities—through a bot interface.
For more details, see this page on Microsoft docs
Other key reminders
For more information, see this page on Power Apps blog.
Learn more about how the Power Platform helps admins govern these low code application environments.
Go Deeper on Power Platform Governance
For more reference points, check this page on Power Automate.
We announce the availability of the ‘Microsoft RPA (UI flows) in a Day‘ training.
Download the training content from https://aka.ms/RPAinaDayPackage to get started today.
For full details, check this page on Power Automate blog.
For the latest Microsoft Dynamics 365 release notes, visit Released Versions of Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement.
Service Update naming convention has been revised to clarify the link between the version number and Service Update number. For example, Service Update 150 will now correspond to version number 150xx. Occasionally a Service Update will be canceled, and all associated fixes will be rolled into a subsequent Service Update. For this reason, Service Update numbers may not always increase incrementally.
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 198 (18.104.22.16802 or higher) resolved issues including:
Service Update 195 (22.214.171.12416 or higher) resolved issues including:
Service Update 192 (126.96.36.19909 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 0.17 (188.8.131.52 – June 2020) resolved issues including:
Cumulative updates available for Microsoft Dynamics 365 8.2
Service Update 2.19 (184.108.40.206- June 2020) resolved issues including:
Version Check and Upgrade Information
please reference to this KB #3192042.
Latest Portal Capabilities Update- [No new update in June 2020]
This article describes the features and enhancements that were included in this update, as well as the scope of the release.
For a full list of all portal updates released to date and their corresponding KB articles, please reference this KB article.
The latest Portal host Version 9.2.2.x resolves the following issues and more:
We are glad to announce that UI flows June 2020 update is now available.
Here are the main features included in June update:
For more information, see this page on Power Automate blog.
Three AI Builder preview model types are now generally available. Models that are generally available are considered production ready.
You can use the prebuilt model out of the box in power apps and power automate.
More information: Entity extraction prebuilt in AI Builder
More information: Entity extraction in AI Builder
You can train the model with a small set of examples. More information: Category classification in AI Builder
For more details, read this page on PowerApps blog.
This feature allows users to seamlessly migrate from their portal add-on licenses to the new capacity-based licensing model.
See documentation here for detailed overview and instructions.
For details, check out this page on PowerApps blog.
Review the instructions with examples on this page on PowerApps blog.
In the May 2020 update of Power Automate, we introduced dedicated actions for AI Builder.
For more information about AI Builder, and the models supported by these new actions, see AI Builder in Power Automate overview .
Review this page on Power Automate blog for more details.
We have over 345 connectors available on the platform, enabling further automation scenarios for even more cloud products and services. Here are some of the new May 2020 Connectors additions:
For more details, check this page on Power Automate blog.
With Power Automate & PowerApps growing at a rapid rate, here are some interesting monitoring guidance put together by Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement in the Field Engineer on various topics.
Monitoring the Power Platform: Power Automate - Run Time Part 1: Triggers, Workflows and Actions
Monitoring the Power Platform: Power Automate - Run Time Part 2: Tracked Properties and Error Handling
Monitoring the Power Platform: Power Automate - Run Time Part 3: Implementing a Monitoring Strategy
Monitoring the Power Platform: Custom Connectors - Building an Application Insights Connector
Top tips | How to build your first Power Apps solution
What advice to give to those building their first app. Here are some of our favorites:
Think through these three things first:
For more details, check this page on PowerApps.
For more great tips from Power Apps users, watch these videos.
Use Monitor to debug your published app
See full documentation here with instructions from Power Apps blog.
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