2020 release wave 2 features available for early access
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This topic lists the features that can be enabled for testing in your environment beginning August 3, 2020. Features from the following apps are available as part of early access:
- Power Apps
The features from these apps update the existing user experiences. You can opt in early to enable these features in your environment. This will allow you to test these features and then adopt them across your environments. For information on how to enable these features, see Opt in to 2020 release wave 2 updates.
If you are using Dynamics 365 apps, such as Sales, Service, Marketing, Finance, Supply Chain Management, Business Central, and Commerce, there are early access features that could impact your users. For Dynamics 365 early access features, see 2020 release wave 2 features available for early access.
For a complete list of the Power Apps features, see What's new and planned for Power Apps.
|Feature||Enabled for||Early access||General availability|
|Ability to interact with emails in mobile app||Users, automatically||Sep 7, 2020||Oct 14, 2020|
|Address key chart customization gaps in Unified Interface||Users, automatically||Aug 9, 2020||Oct 4, 2020|
|Improved model-driven app header, sitemap, and app switching||Users, automatically||Aug 9, 2020||Oct 4, 2020|
|Microsoft Dynamics 365 app on Windows||Users, automatically||Feb 8, 2021|
|Transition to Unified Interface||Users, automatically||Aug 9, 2020||Dec 8, 2020|