Similarly, the home page for Dynamics 365 applications is deprecated as of March 2020 and will not be available after Oct. 1, 2020. The Microsoft 365 apps page will replace it. This will affect you if you use multiple apps and bookmarked the homepage. After Oct. 1, users will be automatically redirected to the modern version.
The current release wave 1 updates were pushed back due to COVID-19’s impact on the world.
Many businesses have had to adjust and cut back in today’s pandemic world. Microsoft has acknowledged and responded to these circumstances with empathy, offering key resources.
As of July 2020, Microsoft says “70% of the hundreds of features in the wave 1 release have shipped.” The remaining features will be shipped by September 2020.
Microsoft has come up with an array of release wave videos to keep customers, partners, and admins updated. You can view these assets here.
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