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Reporting and Power BI embedded in Attract

On the 28th of April Microsoft announced the release of a preview feature in Attract: the Analytics tab. The hiring teams can get insight into their recruiting pipeline. The application is using Power BI Embedded. This means you get all the great features of Power BI—filtering, user level security, and data refreshes out of the box—with no Power BI license required. To enable this feature, you must do the following: License the Comprehensive Hiring Add-on In your Attract environment, go ...
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No Gauge? No Problem! Microsoft Forms Pro is here!

On the 31st of October 2018, Microsoft has retired the recently released Gauge. No reason was given, but it was no longer available. The Dynamics 365 Talent community was a bit surprised, because Talent (mainly Attract) is missing a very important tool for Surveys, Questionnaires, candidates evaluations etc.After almost 6 months, Microsoft has released some information about the a new version of Microsoft Forms  - Microsoft Forms Pro (more details here https://formspro.microsoft.com/en-us/) ...
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Talent Provisioning is available in UK

Beginning February 2019, Dynamics 365 for Talent customers based in the United Kingdom will be able to provision Talent in the United Kingdom region and all Talent data will be maintained solely within United Kingdom.New environments can be created and deployed using LCS.Also very important: Data migration of existing projects from other regions to the United Kingdom region is not supported. Only new projects can be provisioned to the United Kingdom region.More on how to provision Ta...
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Dynamics 365 Talent To Dynamics 365 Finance And Operations Integration

Dynamics 365 for Talent Architecture
One of the most important feature required in the last 6 months is about the integration between Dynamics 365 for Talent and other applications, mainly Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. In November 2018 Microsoft has released a template for automatic mapping between CDS entities, with data coming from CoreHR in Talent, and Finance and Operations.To be perfectly clear, this is not a integration between Talent (CoreHR) and F&O, but between CDS and F&O. This means that you will o...
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Dyn365 for Talent users are no longer recognised when username alias is changed in Office 365 Azure Active Directory

Recently, I changed my alias in Office 365 portal. I did not add or delete an username, but changed the login alias I was using, with a new domain. All of a sudden, my Dynamics 365 for Talent account did not work anymore, throwing me an error "You are not authorized to login with your current credentials. You will be redirected to the login page in a few seconds." Needless to say I'm the global administrator of the Office 365 tenant and I have a license for Dyn365 for Talent.Because the erro...
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What is the Dynamics 365 for Talent Comprehensive Hiring Add-On?

Many Microsoft partners and customers are asking about the new functionalities released after October 2018. New, appealing, cool features are available on a weekly basis and many have been advertised for October-December 2018 releases. Amongst them is the Dynamics 365 for Talent Comprehensive Hiring Add-On related functionalities.There are only few references about this add-on, such as this one:https://community.dynamics.com/365/talent/b/dynamics365fortalent/archive/2018/10/12/take-a-loo...
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Talent integration with Power BI – Part 1 and 2

Following the October '18 update, Microsoft has launched CDS 2.0. In the previous blog post I was telling you about the door it opens and the new functionalities. My team and I have played with the new features and managed to integrate Dynamics 365 for Talent with Power BI and then bring the Power BI Dashboards back in Talent. Please be aware that this is possible if you have CDS 2.0, or you have created a new environment in Power Apps after the 1st of October 2018. Here are the steps:PART 1...
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