IoT alert AI-based suggestions
Some of the functionality described in this release plan has not been released. Delivery timelines may change and projected functionality may not be released (see Microsoft policy). Learn more: What's new and planned
As announced in this blog post, Microsoft is making some changes to the update schedules in April in response to COVID-19. The April 2020 release wave 1 updates will be generally available as mentioned in the Dynamics 365 and Power Platform release plans. More information is available in the product-specific FAQs. We will continue to release critical updates for Dynamics 365 applications and Power Platform, and are extending the deprecation timelines for some capabilities to give customers and partners additional time to make the transition. Microsoft is committed to supporting to our customers and partners in these uncertain times.
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Businesses continue to leverage IoT capabilities to further delivery of proactive service to customers. Understanding and taking quick action on IoT alerts improves service delivery. This feature helps businesses assess the importance of alerts and when to take action to improve proactive service delivery.
As IoT device alerts are received, it helps to have smart suggestions about how to treat the alert, like suggesting priority or incident type. New IoT alert suggestions add AI-based suggestions for the priority and incident type from the alert, based on past service history and actions. For example, an alert suggestion might show that a temperature-based alert is a high priority, and needs an incident type for recalibrating the equipment.
This feature is available in the Unified Interface only.