Dynamics 365 April '19 features ready for early access
This topic provides a list of all the features that can be enabled in February and March 2019 in your environment for testing.
Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps
These features update the existing user experiences so you should opt in to enable these features early in your environment. This will allow you to test these features and then adopt them across your environments as required. For information on how to opt in to enable these features, see Opt in to April 2019 updates.
Starting April 5, 2019, the features listed below for PowerApps and Dynamics 365 for Sales will be enabled by default in all of your environments even if you haven't opted in. Dynamics 365 for Marketing features require additional steps to activate.
|Unified Interface is the experience of choice by users *||February 1, 2019|
* This feature in PowerApps impacts all the Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps that are built using Unified Interface.
Dynamics 365 for Sales
|Playbook enhancements with content recommendations||March 4, 2019|
Dynamics 365 for Marketing
|Social posting||February 1, 2019|
|Extensibility for campaigns and segments||March 2019|
|Integration with content management systems||March 2019|
|Website personalization||March 2019|
For additional information about activating the Dynamics 365 for Marketing features, see Activate and use preview features for April 2019
Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations
For a list of the Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations platform preview features, see Preview features in Finance and Operations platform update 24 (March 2019).
For a list of the app preview features, see Preview features in Finance and Operations version 10.0 (April 2019).
Dynamics 365 for Retail
For a list of the Dynamics 365 for Retail preview features, see Preview features in Dynamics 365 for Retail (April 2019).
Dynamics 365 for Talent
For a list of the Dynamics 365 for Talent preview features, see What's new or changed in Dynamics 365 for Talent.