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Dynamics 365 2022 Release Wave 1 - Everything you need to know

by Emily Schilling 11 March 2022

This release plan describes new features that will be released from April to September 2022.  

Topics: Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Micrsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Dynamics, microsoft dynamics 365, Dynamics Update

Microsoft Dynamics 365: 2021 Wave 1 release - What to expect

by Emily Schilling 9 March 2021

Microsoft Dynamics 365’s updates are categorised into either wave 1 or wave 2Wave 1 includes all features released from April to September, with features released from October to March in wave 2. The 2021 release wave 1 brings some significant additions that will provide some innovative benefits to businesses, across all Dynamics 365 applications.  

Topics: Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Micrsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Dynamics, Dynamics Update, Microsoft, Dataverse

Team Member licenses are changing in the Dynamics 365 Wave 1 release

by Emily Schilling 16 March 2020

The wave 1 release is nearly here, so it is time to understand the changes that will be coming with it. In April for new customers, and July for existing customers, users with Team Member licenses have the choice of two new model-driven apps that will restrict which entities can be used by Team Member licenses.

The original Team Member licenses are only designed for light use, such as reading or basic editing. They can read any core entity data, and can create contacts, activities, notes and up to 15 custom entities. However, they cannot create or edit accounts. The problem with the original licenses was that the restrictions were not enforced by Microsoft, and many Team Members could edit information that they didn’t have permission to. Team Member licenses also had different restrictions based on when they were created – licenses created pre-2018 could edit accounts, whereas any after 2018 couldn’t. These limitations have now changed, and enforcement starts with the wave 1 release.

The updated Sales Team Member licenses contain the core entities that users should have access to, such as activities, contacts, accounts and leads – however, these are read-only. This user doesn’t have access to custom entities, but this can be solved by giving additional custom roles to the users.

Topics: Dynamics Update, Microsoft

All change on the PSA train to project excellence

by David Lloyd 2 March 2020

And time to hop onto Microsoft Dynamics 365 Project Operations

Topics: Micrsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft Dynamics, microsoft dynamics 365, Dynamics Update, Microsoft, Project Operations, Project Service Automation