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Discovery and Planning

Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform

In the previous steps, we went through an overview of the Power Platform, we looked at how to configure the platform and the requirements to create applications. Now, let’s look at what’s required for Discovery and Planning.

In this video, Julie Yak and Mark Smith discuss the process for Discovery and Planning.

A functional consultant should be involved in creating and validating documentation all the way whilst engaging directly with the customer

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Documentation takes so many forms. In your opinion, why do you think the discovery and planning stage is important? What are the key activities that should happen in this stage?

Use the discussion area below to let us know your thoughts. Remember to engage with peers – share an experience, ask a question or leave a comment. When you are ready, click on Mark as complete and we will move on to the next step which is a summary of the Power Platform.

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