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We have found some issues and we dont have enouht time to fix them. And we need to delay our next wave release April 2020 on Dynamics 365 CRM .
Please find below a link to an interesting thread.
Thijs van der Klei
There's no way to postpone it. However, MS might delay it considering the world situation in the present time. I would recommend you to talk to MS directly. Perhaps they can help you
Currently there is no option to delay the next wave release. And this is the Current Deployment Schedule https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/opt-in-early-access-updates#deployment-schedule
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How you should prepare to a Wave:
The following checklist provides the general guidelines to help you prepare for a release wave.
Review the release plans as soon as the early access updates are available. This will help you learn about the early access capability and features that will be automatically enabled for the end users.
Create a sandbox environment from the production environment. After a new release wave is enabled for an environment, it can't be reverted. Thus, we strongly recommend enabling a new release wave in a sandbox environment that's a replica or copy of the existing production environment. This will allow you to test and validate the new features in the sandbox environment without affecting the current production environment.
If you don't have a sandbox copy of your production environment, you can create a copy in the Dynamics 365 admin center.
Opt in to the early access updates from the Power Platform admin center to enable the new release wave in the sandbox environment. Check Additional requirements to enable early access updates if your apps require manual steps.
Validate that key scenarios work as expected in the sandbox environment after the update is completed.
Enable the early access updates in your production environment. We recommend enabling the updates in your production environment during business downtime.
As announced in this blog post, Microsoft is making some changes to the update schedules in April in response to COVID-19. The April 2020 release wave 1 updates will be generally available as mentioned in the Dynamics 365 and Power Platform release plans. More information is available in the product-specific FAQs. We will continue to release critical updates for Dynamics 365 applications and Power Platform and are extending the deprecation timelines for some capabilities to give customers and partners additional time to make the transition. Microsoft is committed to supporting our customers and partners in these uncertain times.
The following is the updated schedule for when the 2020 release wave 1 features will be enabled by regions.
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