Now Is The Time For The Dynamics 365 Unified Interface

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Why Now?

Back in September 2019, Microsoft announced that on October 1, 2020, the Classic UI for Dynamics 365 would no longer be available.

Another important thing to note is that you may already be scheduled for an upgrade and not know it! Fellow Microsoft MVP, Gus Gonzalez, posted a great video tackling this topic. I encourage you to check it out and then check your environments.

With this information in mind, it becomes more imperative to make the move to the Unified Interface.

Why Bring This Up?

In chatting with folks in the community, and by reading through many forum posts, it’s clear many companies have not made the move. And, it’s clear there are many things they haven’t discovered about the Unified Interface, and the Power Platform.

So, this post is intended to surface some basic, but important, areas of the Power Platform that you need to be aware of.

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About the Author

Aaron Back (Microsoft MVP)

Aaron Back is a Microsoft MVP with many years experience with Microsoft Dynamics 365 (CRM), Power Apps, Power BI, and Power Automate. He is actively involved with the Microsoft Dynamics CRMUG (User Group) Community. His involvement includes: Serving as Chapter Leader for his local CRMUG Chapter, serving on the CRMUG Board of Advisors, and speaking at the annual CRMUG Summit conference.

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