New Features Coming To Dynamics 365 for Talent This Fall

Dynamics 365 for Talent New Features Fall Release

Microsoft’s commitment to Human Resources has become clearer and clearer every year, especially now since the release of Dynamics 365 for Talent. Whether purchased as a standalone business application or through Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Talent brings a lot to the table. This post will give a quick preview of what is to come this fall. Unless otherwise noted, the following features will have general availability in October 2018.

Attract

  • Candidate profile connection
  • Dashboards and notifications
  • Extensibility
  • Job and process management
  • Offer management
  • Relevant jobs and candidates
  • Skype interviews
  • Sourcing
  • Talent pools

Onboard

  • Import activities from other guides or templates (Public Preview) (July 2018)
  • Managed activities (Public Preview) (July 2018)
  • Bulk guide updates (Public Preview) (July 2018)
  • Assignee placeholders (Public Preview) (August 2018)
  • Onboarding teams (Public Preview) (August 2018)
  • Core HR checklist integration (Public Preview)
  • Auto-generated contacts
  • Auto-save
  • Customizable welcome emails
  • Due date placeholder
  • Email sent from creator
  • Export excel
  • Guide backdating
  • iFrame add-in
  • Scheduled guide send
  • Template update notification email
  • Undo Redo

Core HR

  • Extended Core HR entity scope on Common Data Service for Apps
  • Company-based jobs and positions
  • Leave and absence management
  • Employee benefits enhancements

CDS for Apps

  • Onboard on CDS for Apps
  • Attract on CDS for Apps
  • Core HR entity sync to enable Finance and Operations integration

 

Want to know more about any of the features listed above? Check out the Business Applications Fall Release Notes from Microsoft (PDF download) or contact us today!

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