As it does with Office 365 and its Edge browser, Microsoft now offers a roadmap listing many (but not all) of the coming and recently released features of its Dynamics CRM product.
The new Dynamics CRM Roadmap page provides listings of features that are new; in preview; in development; postponed; and previously released for Dynamics CRM on-premises, Online, Marketing and Social Engagement wares.
The Dynamics CRM Spring wave will integrate technologies from two of Microsoft's recent acquisitions, FieldOne and Adxstudio, into Microsoft's CRM platform. FieldOne provides field-service technology and Adxstudio, a portal for community engagement.
The Spring wave also will include a new project service for tracking project sales, delivery and other related components, as well as two new machine-learning scenarios, adaptive learning and automated triage, for Microsoft Social Engagement.
The downloadable Spring Wave Release Preview Guide provides more specifics about the three pieces Microsoft will roll out, namely, Dynamics CRM Online 2016 Upddate 1; Dynamics Marketing 2016 Update; and Social Engagement 2016 Update.
From a quick comparison I did between the Release Preview Guide and the new CRM Roadmap page, I believe the features that are listed as "in development" on the roadmap page may mostly be what are on tap to be released as part of the Spring wave.