As you probably know, Microsoft has released new features for Talent, on October 1st, 2018. While the update on the docs.microsoft.com for Talent shows only updates on Manager’s Self-Service, Leave Plans and Goals, the big news is in fact the release of CDS 2.0. I quote: “Beginning today, all new customers signing up for Core HR, Attract or Onboard will receive an environment powered by the Common Data Service for Apps (CDS). All new trial environments created for Talent applications will also be powered by CDS for Apps. If you are already using Talent on CDS 1.0, don’t worry! Migration from CDS 1.0 to CDS for Apps is coming soon. We’ll let you know when it will be available and what to expect from the migration.”
The CDS 2.0 finally offers an open door to important integrations of Talent with Power BI, PowerApps, Microsoft Flow and other tools to extend, customize, and integrate and use the functionalities provided by Common Data Service for Apps. With this release, customers and partners will have over 65 primary entities spanning capabilities across Core HR, Attract and Onboard.
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