Today the Release Plans for 2023 Release Wave 1 were made available. This post highlights some of the features presented and we are going to focus on Dataverse, Power Apps, Power Automate and the cross app capabilities (Finance and Operations 💙 Dataverse). Many features might not comes as news to you, they might have been announced at a Microsoft event last year or even been documented in an earlier Release Plan. Take it for what it is, these plans can be revised and updated, see it as living documentation. Below are the features mentioned in this post. As usual, do take a look at the plans yourself, there are more to take in than what I cover here.Continue reading “2023 Release Wave 1 Highlights”
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Power Platform 2021 Release Wave 2 Highlights
Excitement is in the air, we’re moving towards something new. Like a newborn turtle moving towards the waves. This week the 2021 Release Wave 2 Release Plans were made available and we have new features as well as lots of improvements to look forward to! This blog post contains highlights from a few different perspectives. Somehow all of them are from my own perspective off course. After all, this blog post is written by me and I have my experience and areas that I like a little bit more to read about. But I’ve also chosen to split up this blog post into different sections, depending on who will benefit from the different new features.Continue reading “Power Platform 2021 Release Wave 2 Highlights”
2021 Release Wave 1 – First impressions
The Release Wave 1 Release Plans are out! You find them here: Microsoft Power Platform 2021 release wave 1 plan and Dynamics 365 2021 release wave 1 plan. Don’t forget that some new features are made available as early access and there is an early opt-in option. Then features will roll out from April to September. Also remember to keep an eye on the change log chapters in the Release Plans. Features presented might me moved to a later wave or dates might change, new features might be added. As always, new features are either available by default or you will need to turn it on. I have created a new page here with general information about Release Waves if you want to read more about how it all works.Continue reading “2021 Release Wave 1 – First impressions”
2020 Release Wave 2 – Let’s look at CDM and data integration highlights!
In my previous article I shared some general information about Release Waves. How it all works, when they come, how can we prepare etc. I also highlighted some Power Apps features that come with 2020 Release Wave 2. The purpose of this article is to highlight a chapter of the Power Platform Release Plan that contains some Power Platform built-in features for data integration – the chapter with the heading Common Data Model and data integration.Continue reading “2020 Release Wave 2 – Let’s look at CDM and data integration highlights!”
2020 Release Wave 2 – Learn to surf like a Pro and let’s look at Power Apps highlights!
Today the Release Plans for 2020 Release Wave 2 were released, one for Power Platform and one for Dynamics 365 and the accelerators. It is time to prepare for a new wave, features will be rolled out starting from October 2020 and continue to be rolled out until March 2021. If you have not already learned how to surf like a Pro, I will let you know how to do that. What I mean with a Pro here is that a Pro knows how the waves works and knows how to be prepared when a wave is coming. If you already know everything about the Release Wave process, then you still might find the section about Power Apps highlights interesting to read.Continue reading “2020 Release Wave 2 – Learn to surf like a Pro and let’s look at Power Apps highlights!”