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The Power Apps October release wave 2 has many exciting end user productivity enhancements to start to take advantage of for your model-driven apps.
The release provides the following enhancements and more:
2020 Release Wave 2 is available for Early Access |
Customer can start by opting your environment into the October release wave 2, learn how to opt-in early access HERE. Check out the list of the Power Apps early access features Check out the list of Dynamics 365 apps early access features
For questions, please visit the Early Access FAQ page.
For more details and check out some of the product enhancements, review this page of Power Apps blog.
Our goal is to enable our customers and partners to spend their time and talent on innovation and building beautiful apps and less time performing manual tasks that are faster and safer done automated.
On that note, we are excited to announce the general availability of the Microsoft Power Platform Build Tools.
For more information about the Power Platform Build Tools, check out the documentation here and this page on Power Apps blog.
The feature provides the following capabilities during this public preview:
For more details check out this page including sample code on Power Apps blog.
For more details on deprecations, check out the Important changes (deprecations) coming in Power Apps, Power Automate, and model-driven apps in Dynamics 365 page on Microsoft docs.
Microsoft Teams can help bridge geographic and organizational gaps through capabilities like chat, meetings, and calling, but users often ask how it can help streamline the work they do.
Fortunately, Teams and Microsoft Power Automate work seamlessly together to simplify how you and your team work.
For full details with example scenarios, check out this page on Power Apps blog.
When:October 1, 2020,9–11 AM Pacific Time (UTC -7)
Be the first to get an in-depth look at the new features and capabilities across Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform at this free digital event
Join us at the free Microsoft Business Applications Launch Event. You’ll hear from James Phillips, President of the Business Applications Group, and other Microsoft leaders as they guide you through what’s new in Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform 2020 release wave 2. Discover what these updates mean for you and your business and how they’ll help you:
You’ll also get to ask product experts your questions during the live Q&A.
For the latest Microsoft Dynamics 365 release notes, visit Released Versions of Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement.
Service Update 222 (18.104.22.16807 or higher) resolved issues including:
Service Update 219 (22.214.171.12407 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 0.19 (126.96.36.199 – August 2020) resolved issues including:
Cumulative updates available for Microsoft Dynamics 365 8.2
Service Update 2.21 (188.8.131.52- August 2020 ) resolved issues including:
Version Check and Upgrade Information
please reference to this KB #3192042.
Latest Portal Capabilities Update-
Note: No new Update this month.
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 184.108.40.206 resolves the following issues and more:
At Microsoft Inspire, we introduced Project Oakdale.
Check this page for implications and focus areas of Project Oakdale on:
For introduction check this page on Power Apps blog.
For full details, check this page with code sample on PowerApps blog.
Power Apps | Export entity data to Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2
Export to Data Lake provides these features:
For full details check this page on Microsoft docs website.
Analyze Common Data Service Data in Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2
Check out this page on Microsoft docs that shows how to perform the following tasks:
Email Messages Sent From Dynamics 365 Through Server-Side Synchronization Will Now Save to Exchange "Sent Items" Folder
Check out the details of these sections below on this page on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Community blog.
Check out the docs to learn more about how to troubleshoot your forms in a Model Driven app with the monitor tool.
For more details, check out this page on Power Apps blog.
Power Apps portal: Where do I start?
To learn more on where to get started in ramping up and how to go about starting a proof of concept, check out the part 1 of the multi-part blog series.
Monitoring Dynamics 365 or Model Driven Applications is not a new concept.
Check out these following articles for great monitoring contents and technical details:
Model Driven Apps - Monitor Tool Part 1: Messages and Scenarios
Model Driven Apps - Monitor Tool Part 2: Session Consumption and Analytics
Monitoring the Power Platform: Azure DevOps - Notifications and Service
Monitoring the Power Platform: Azure DevOps - Using the REST API to Monitor Pipelines
Monitoring the Power Platform: Azure DevOps-
Orchestrating Deployments and Automating Release Notes
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