There’s an updated (January 2020) Dynamics 365 Business Central Licensing Guide. It’s not a major update – just some small changes to the geographic availability and licence requirements for Essentials functionality on page 10. Find this guide here: http://bit.ly/BusCentLGJan2020.
There’s an updated (January 2020) Dynamics 365 Mixed Reality Licensing Guide. There’s information added on page 5 to clarify which Remote Assist users need to be licensed with Teams: the Expert giving assistance DOES need a licence, but the user being assisted DOES NOT. There’s also a new section and Appendix added detailing Dynamics 365 Support Plans and policies, and you’ll find these on pages 8/9 and 10. Grab this guide here (http://bit.ly/MixRealLGJan2020) to keep your Licensing Guide collection up-to-date.
There’s an updated (December 2019) Dynamics 365 Mixed Reality Licensing Guide. There aren’t major changes, just the renaming of PowerApps and Flow to Power Apps and Power Automate, and you can find this guide here: http://bit.ly/MixRealDecLG2019.
There’s an updated (December 2019) Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide. It includes confirmation that users licensed with Sales Professional may use Marketing Campaigns and Lists, and that while users with Team Members licences have access to the Dynamics 365 Mobile app, they don’t have access to offline capabilities. And finally, the Power Platform family completes its round of name changes with PowerApps going to Power Apps, and Flow to Power Automate.
Find the updated guide here: http://bit.ly/D365LGDec2019.
There’s an updated (November 2019) Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide. There are a number of changes which, as usual, you can find detailed in the Change Log on page 68. The most interesting ones include the addition of Digital Messaging – a new messaging Add-on for Customer Service Enterprise, licensed by user (page 19), and Chatbot Sessions for use with Azure Bot Framework bots, where each Chat and Digital Messaging licence receives an entitlement of 50 chatbot sessions pooled at the tenant level, with additional chatbot sessions available as an Add-on (page 31). There’s also some wording added on page 6 to clarify when logins are shared and individual with Device SLs.
Find this guide here: http://bit.ly/D365LGNov2019.
There’s an updated (October 2019) Dynamics 365 Mixed Reality Licensing Guide. The main change is the inclusion of Dynamics 365 Guides, new capability which gives employees holographic instructions as they learn new tasks. Find this new guide here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
There’s an updated (October 2019) Dynamics 365 for Operations Server Licensing Guide. The main changes are for the licensing changes that will happen in October 2019: references to the Unified Operations plan are removed, and From SA User SLs become the only option for moving to the cloud. As usual, check out the Change Log for full details on page 24.
Find this Licensing Guide here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
There’s an updated (August 2019) Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide with the changes focusing on two main areas. Firstly, for Forms Pro, there’s clarification on page 26 that Forms Pro survey respondents don’t need to be licensed as long as the survey designer is licensed, and there’s a handy table on page 55 showing the differences between Forms and Forms Pro. Secondly, AI for Sales becomes Sales Insights, and there’s a new Call Intelligence Add-on which adds an additional 1,000 hours of conversation intelligence per month, detailed on page 51.
As usual, you can find this guide here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
There’s an updated (June 2019) Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide. Perhaps the most interesting information is on page 2 where we get some details on upcoming releases (Customer Service Chat, Forms Pro, and Call Intelligence), a name change (AI for Sales becomes Sales Insight), and a new segment (DoD).
These changes are all expected in July or August. There are also amendments for default capacities throughout, the most important one being confirmation that Sales/Customer Service Professional licences do not count towards the 10 licence minimum for the Dynamics 365 Portal.
As usual, consult the Change Log for extra clarity and find the document itself here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.
There’s a brand new Dynamics 365 Mixed Reality Licensing Guide for May 2019, so if you need to learn about licensing the Dynamics 365 Remote Assist and Layout tools then this is a useful document for you.
Find it with all its Licensing Guide friends here: http://bit.ly/MSLicensingGuides.