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The latest update to Dynamics 365 seems to have removed the visual crumb trail from the navigation bar. Does anyone know if there is a way to turn this back on? Without this, many of our users now have to either hit back a bunch of times or begin their navigation from the very start again.
Not able to get it back - it was intentionally removed by Microsoft as an 'enhancement' as part of Wave 2 2020 but they did add a 'back button' to help with navigating (don't think they know how many users actually use the product).
Model-driven apps have several enhancements for usability and reliability. The header has an updated Office app launcher to match other Office products. The app name in the header now opens the inline model-driven app switcher which is a faster experience. When the website is opened without an app parameter, the message bar enables switching to a specific app. The classic sitemap control has been replaced with the modern sitemap control for better usability. The embedded mode is updated to an experience aligned with the web browser providing a neutral styling to blend into the host.
To align with Office header styling and to make space for the upcoming app search box in the header, the header breadcrumb has been removed. To support this navigation change and help users with navigation discovery, page back buttons have been added to the main page types of Form, View, and Dashboard.
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