Microsoft is advising customers to move to LinkedIn Talent Hub instead. At the same time, Microsoft is repackaging some of its "core" human resources capabilities in Dynamics 365 Talent and releasing it as Dynamics 365 Human Resources on February 3, 2020.
Microsoft's Dynamics web site already reflects the coming change, noting that Dynamics 365 Talent has been rebranded as Dynamics 365 Human Resources.
Microsoft is telling customers who are using its core Dynamics HR capabilities that they will be automatically transitioned to the coming Dynamics 365 Human Resources product. Until then, Microsoft says they will continue to support Attract and Onboard, and that current customers can renew their contracts for these apps up until June 6, 2020. Microsoft will provide critical bug support for Attract and Onboard until February 1, 2022, but won't be adding any new features to those products.
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