Like every 6 months, enabling Early Access is one of the best things to look forward to as Microsoft announces Release Plans! So, here’s how you can enable Early Access for Wave 1 2023 if you are new to managing Power Platform environments!
It is recommended to enable Early Access features only for Sandbox environments as it is not GA [General Availability] yet.
Power Platform Admin Center
Given that you are a Power Platform Administrator / Dynamics 365 Administrator, here’s how you can enable Wave 1 2023 access for your Sandbox environment –
- Select the Sandbox environment
- Then, see the Updates section where you’ll now see 2021 Wave 1 updates available in Off mode.
- On the right hand side, you can select the U
- Then, enter the Display Name of the environment correctly in order to ensure you are enabling this on the correct environment.
- Once you confirm, you’ll see that the Updates have started applying in the background.
- And when you click or refresh, you’ll see what’s being Activated in the background based on how your environment is set up.
- It takes a few hours based on the environment for the Wave 1 2023 Updates to be applied.
And you’re set! Here’s Microsoft Learn Documentation for Wave 1 2023 for Power Platform / Dynamics 365: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/release-plans/?WT.mc_id=DX-MVP-5003911
Hope this helps!
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