What's new and planned for Microsoft Power Platform governance and administration
This topic lists features that are planned to release from April 2021 through September 2021. Because this topic lists features that may not have released yet, delivery timelines may change and projected functionality may not be released. For more information, go to Microsoft policy.
For a list of the previous wave's release plans, go to 2020 release wave 2 plan.
In the General availability column, the feature will be delivered within the month listed. The delivery date can be any day within that month. Released features show the full date, including the date of release.
This check mark ( ) shows which features have been released for public preview or early access and for public preview, early access, and general availability.
Automation and tooling for administrators
Rich tooling experiences like PowerShell cmdlets and management connectors are available for administrators and IT professionals managing Microsoft Power Platform.
Unified Power Platform admin center
The Power Platform admin center is a unified admin experience for Microsoft Power Platform product offerings as well as Dynamics 365 customer engagement.
|Feature||Enabled for||Public preview||General availability|
|Managing security roles in the Power Platform admin center||Users by admins, makers, or analysts||-||Jun 19, 2021|
|Managing application users in the Power Platform admin center||Users by admins, makers, or analysts||-||Jul 2021|
|Modernize the Power Platform admin center environment settings||Admins, makers, marketers, or analysts, automatically||Jun 2021||Sep 2021|
Description of Enabled for column values:
Users, automatically: These features include changes to the user experience and are enabled automatically.
Admins, makers, marketers, or analysts, automatically: These features are meant to be used by administrators, makers, marketers, or business analysts and are enabled automatically.
Users by admins, makers, or analysts: These features must be enabled or configured by the administrators, makers, or business analysts to be available for their users.
For a list of the countries or regions where Dynamics 365 business applications are available, go to the International availability guide. For more information about geographic areas and datacenters (regions), go to the Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform availability page.