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With previous phases having completed, general availability for the release wave 1 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform is now underway, and is set to continue for the next six months.
Along with the rumored Power Fx launch now being confirmed, Microsoft has also revealed further features for its Power Platform services, including Power BI and Power Virtual Agents.
The first major release wave for this year focuses on features and capabilities that are set to be released from April through September, with early access poised to begin next month.
You can now build apps and chatbots using minimal code directly within Microsoft Teams, thanks to the general availability of Power Apps and Power Virtual Agents apps, as well as Dataverse for Teams.
Azure API Management connectors and GitHub integration for the Power Platform are now available. Other updates to the platform utilizing Azure services have been introduced as well.
Updates as part of the 2020 release wave 2 for Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform are going to be made generally available starting October. Other key dates have also been announced.
Microsoft's update round-up for Dynamics 365 Customer Service goes over features that were made generally available in the past few months, including Smart assist, Pro-active chat, and more.
A number of major updates have been announced for the Power Platform today, including security improvements for Power BI, tighter integration of the platform with Microsoft Teams, and more.