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Embed Power BI Dashboards in Dynamics 365 Human Resources

After 2020 Wave 1 releases of Dynamics 365 Human Resources, Microsoft allow the embedding of 3rd party apps. They also promised to allow the embedding of Power BI and, in the future, the change of the already existing Power BI Analytics.With Wave 2 recently announced, I tested the possibility of adding Power BI dashboards with HR data or from other sources.Watch this video to see how easy it is and contact me if you need my help.
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Embedding 3rd party apps and webpages in Dynamics 365 Human Resources

After one year of seeing the feature in an early preview, I have finally "felt" how it is to add, test and enjoy embedding third party apps in CoreHR, aka. Dynamics 365 Human Resources. WAW, they are simply amazing!So what can we embed?1. Model Driven app - has to be in the same Environment (I've tried with apps from other environments, in the same tenant but it doesn't work). We embedded our recently created recruitment application (Zoom Recruitment) and it looks simply beautiful....
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The new Human Resources is in town! (with new features released in Preview)

As promised, Microsoft has released the new product on the 1st of February. Actually was more on the 4th of February, very-very early in the morning, but the features are here:1. First, let's remember the name changes - from Dynamics 365 for Talent to Dynamics 365 Human Resources2. Also, no more Attract and Onboard. Of course, no more Offer Management3. The Price has changed and a new license is available: Dynamics 365 Human Resources - $120 /user/month - a minimum of 5 is requi...
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New Prices and Licensing Changes in Dynamics 365 Human Resources

Microsoft announced yesterday (17 Dec. 2019) the new licensing and product fees for Dynamics 365 Human Resources (aka CoreHR). Starting February 1st 2020, we will have the following changes: Attract and Onboard will no longer be part of the offering. Licensing changes: Talent ($40) is transitioning to Human Resources ($120/user/month) with new capabilities (5 users minimum need to be purchased) New Human Resources Self Service offer will lower the total cost of ownership - replacing t...
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Sad news or a window of opportunity? Goodbye Attract and Onboarding!

Microsoft has announced today the retirement of Attract and Onboarding, two important modules of Dynamics 365 for Talent, in the beginning of February 2020. By the way, the product will be re-branded to Dynamics 365 Human Resources.Read the whole announcement here:https://community.dynamics.com/365/talent/b/dynamics365fortalent/posts/retiring-dynamics-365-talent-attract-and-onboard-appsThe main reason for this change is the intention to promote LinkedIn Talent Hub, which, of course, ...
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Finally here: Copying CoreHR database to Sandbox

Many times (during the last 2 years and after 5 Dynamics 365 for Talent implementations) I had no convincing answer to the following question: how do you make a copy  - easy and completely -  of the production CoreHR database? Because Dynamics 365 for Talent is a Hybrid Application (this is my own name, not coming from Microsoft), we have 3 products that are Power Apps native (Attract, Offer Management and Onboard) and 1 product with an Finance and Operations database  - CoreHR. (if you want...
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How to Copy the Production Environment to Sandbox in Dynamics 365 for Talent

In my previous article I was showing you how to copy the Production environment to Sandbox, from LCS, only for CoreHR. But the architecture of Talent is complex. You can see the architecture below:Therefore, there are 4 applications which are sending and receiving data from Power Apps: Attract, Offer Management, Onboard and CoreHR. The last one is still having the database on a Finance and Operations database.DISCLAIMER 1: The following steps represent my own view on how to copy Prod...
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There is a new Worker Form in town. And it’s really cool!

If you have recently activated (after the 1st of September 2019)  a new instance of Talent, you will have a very nice surprise with the new Worker (Employee form) and the way data is displayed. Below, is a screenshot of the new form and I'll also point some improvements brought by this:1. Right above the picture and the name, it shows the Employee Status (Active, Pending etc)2. Employee's picture - what was only available in the People tab (where you could find the hierarchy), now is...
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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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