A week ago, Microsoft came with this message on twitter:
Which basically pointed to an URL that was (for me) difficult to find on Microsoft Docs. I literally had to find the tweet again to find the list of expected features again .. so I figured: If I have a problem finding it, others might have problems as well. So, here it is:
The (updated) list of features we can expect in the 2019 Release Wave 2
When I just scheduled this blog, Eva Dupont tweeted this:
I guess it’s very much “on topic”, so let’s include this URL as well:
Key dates for the 2019 release wave 2 of Dynamics 365
Look out for August 2nd to get your hands on the preview, and obviously to October 1st for the RTM release! Following the link, you will be able to download a PDF (in your own language) with a description of all upcoming features.
Since we’re at it, let’s talk about the ones that I am really looking forward to myself :-).
Basically, anything “client” related is in my opinion very important, just because we know that in this next major release, the Windows Client won’t exist anymore. So:
All great additions, and a awesome step towards getting into parity with the windows client. Probably people will still have their doubts – but that’s ok ;).
Not only the client-related stuff I’m looking forward to – also technical stuff, like:
And may be a list of what I wasn’t really waiting for (since lately , I’m all into testability: you always have to test the opposite truth as well to have a full test – well, in this case, to have a full story, I have to talk about the opposite as well ;-))
So here you go. To recapitulate, the main topic of this post is simply to share the URL to the list of features: The (updated) list of features we can expect in the 2019 Release Wave 2! But now at least you have some useless opinions on top of it ;-).