It all died in 2019
As you might have seen Microsoft has announced the deprecation of Attract and Onboarding, they also announces that Talent is no more and that it’s now named Dynamics 365 Human Resources. I wrote the post Talent is dead – and it is good news.
This is not the first time they changed names on the HR application. When it first was released it was Dynamics 365 for Talent, they removed the “for” for all applications some time ago.
As a consequence of this – my blog that was malinsdynamics365fortalent.com this is now dead!
Out with the old – in with the new!
If you look at the domain of this site, you can see that you are welcomed to my new blog: malindonosomartnes.com. My blog is now my full name, and that won’t change!
Dynamics 365 Human Resources
This blog will continue to post about the HR application from Microsoft, no matter what they call it and how many changes there will be!
- You can be sure that I’ll post about all the new stuff coming in Wave 1 (April) and 2 (October)
- You can be sure that I’ll post about the new certification when it comes (after I pass it myself!)
- You can be sure that I’ll post about everything I find interesting and learn about the HR application
Dynamics 365 Marketing
From 2020 I’ll also start posting about Dynamics 365 Marketing and my own route to learning this application. I’ve always loved marketing, have a degree in marketing and have used ClickDimensions since 2014, but now I need to start learning the new application from Microsoft and I’d like to have you along for the journey!
Hope you have learned a lot so far, and I hope you’ll stick around for more information about Dynamics 365 Human Resources and Dynamics 365 Marketing.
4 thoughts on “2020 – Everything is changing”
I am glad you are adding Marketing to your blog. Did you see the new pricing on HR? It is triple that of Talent.
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The new price isn’t public information until February I think 😉 But it will be a decrease not triple!
Will you still have access to Attract and Onboarding if you purchase a full license after Feb, 2020?
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No, you just get access to the old Core HR.