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Dynamics 365 2022 release wave 2

The Dynamics 365 and industry clouds release plan for the 2022 release wave 2 describes new features releasing from October 2022 through March 2023. You can either browse the release plan online or download the document as a PDF file. The PDF file also includes information about Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI, Power Pages, Power Virtual Agents, Microsoft Dataverse, Microsoft Power... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Power Platform: 2022 release wave 2

The Microsoft Power Platform release plan for the 2022 release wave 2 describes new features releasing from October 2022 through March 2023 for Power BI, Power Apps, Power Pages, Power Automate, Power Virtual Agents, and AI Builder, as well as Microsoft Dataverse, Power Platform capabilities for governance and administration, pro development, ISV experiences, and data integration. You can either... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Power Platform: Learning Resources

Microsoft created a summary of learning resources for Power Platform. These resources are from beginner to advance level. I am NEW, help me get started Building Tech Intensity with Microsoft Power Platform – Satya Nadella at Microsoft Ignite |  Blog post by James Phillips Low code revolution – presentation by Charles Lamanna | Power Platform demo Announcements at Microsoft Ignite – blog... Continue Reading →

Entities in Dynamics 365 and Power Platform

In this article, we will see what entity is, different types of entities and how to identify entities in Dynamics 365 and Power Platform What is an entity An entity is an abstraction from the physical implementation of database tables. It is a combination of multiple tables where you can combine data from multiple sources or single... Continue Reading →

View options: Streamlined employee entry

With this new feature, it allows for efficient entry of employee and employment data. You can quickly update work history information for past, active, and future employees and contractors along with more intuitive navigation options. How to enable this feature Go to System Admin > Feature management Click on enable now Before you enable this... Continue Reading →

Streamlined employee, ESS and person hub view

Recently, Microsoft released new feature called "Worker header control". With this feature, it replaces the existing worker header in the Streamlined worker form, Person hub form and Employee self-service. The header contains key information about the worker, and also single-click actions such as emailing, calling, or messaging. The header can be modified by removing fields... Continue Reading →

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