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Power Platform and Dynamics 365 Wave 1 2022: Top 10 in 10 Minutes [Video]

Power Platform and Dynamics 365 Wave 1 2022: Top 10 in 10 Minutes

Power Platform and Dynamics 365 Wave 2 2022 release plans outline the roadmap for new features for April 2022 – September 2022.

Here are my top features from Dynamics 365 Sales, Marketing, and Power Platform – Power Automate, Power Apps, Model Driven Apps, Power Virtual Agents.

Information is current at 25 January 2022. Please check the release notes for updates and further information.
Dynamics 365 Wave 1 2022 Release Plan:
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Timestamps and links to the documentation
0:00 – Power Platform and Dynamics 365 Wave 1 2022 Release
0:27 – #10 – Power Automate: Odata editor improvements in cloud flows (and bigger picture concept of what this means and direction).
1:26 – #9 PVA – Start bot conversations with proactive (event-based) triggers.
2:05 – #8 AI Builder: Support for unstructured documents.
2:42 – #7 Power Apps: Power Apps grid control support for editable scenarios in Model driven apps.
3:36 – #6 Marketing: Personalize interactions using a unified view of customer activity across Dynamics 365 Marketing, Sales, and Customer Service Marketing activities (real time and outbound) will appear in the unified timeline.
4:39 – #5 Marketing: Triggers / Trigger journeys based on data changes in any Dynamics app to engage customers at the right time without writing any code.
5:47 – #4 Power Apps: Create and join Teams meetings from model driven apps appointments.
6:38 – #3 Sales Mobile: Capture phone-book contacts and recent calls AND Sales Mobile: Outlook deep-link integration with templates, autofill and emails to meeting participants
7:43 – #2 Marketing: Delight your customers with hyper-personalized next best content selection and boost your marketing ROI by optimizing with AI.
8:39 – #1 Power Apps: Quickly create tables and load data in Dataverse based on existing data
9:32 – More Wave 1 2022 features announced at Ignite.

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