Microsoft's rollout of the next group of new Dynamics 365 and Power Platform features starts October 1 and continues through March 2021.
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Microsoft releases its plan for its next set of Dynamics 365 and Power Platform features coming this fall
Microsoft is going public with the next set of features coming to its Dynamics 365 ERP, CRM and HR apps, as well as its Power Platform apps. The rollout of these features starts October 1.
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