Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Talent

Resources for Talent and where you find them

I often get asked where I find all the information needed to learn about Talent, so here is a list of sites, blogs and other resources you can benefit from knowing about if you want to learn more about Talent.

The first thing you should do is set up a trial, and start testing the system!

Blogs

First I have to mention my own blog, this is where you can find a lot of the information about the Talent certification MB6-898 (but I hope this was familiar to you already!).

Thierry Graulich is working on the big task of translating the blog to French!

Nicu Aleman has held a lot of the Bootcamps on Talent, he also has a blog; About Your Talent Resources. Be a talent!

Tom Elliott comes from the HR side of business and has a blog called Tom’s Talent Blog – the adventure of an HR user in Dynamics 365 for Talent.

The product team from Microsoft has their own blog with lots of content on the community page.

Community

Microsoft has it’s own Dynamics 365 for Talent forum where there is a lot of help to get from other consultants or customers.

If you are a part of Microsoft Insider program (Registration needed) you can joint the Yammer Group Dynamics for Finance and Operations Insider Program (as Talent came from AX it’s part of the same group.

I you have some ideas on what is needed in Talent, you should visit the PowerUser community.

Twitter has some great content on Talent.

Resources

A lot is happening in Talent each week and the docs page has a weekly post What’s new or changed in Dynamics 365 for Talent.

If you aren’t familiar with Microsoft Docs, you should go there immediately, that is the greatest page about Talent.

The Microsoft Dynamics Learning portal is being deprecated for the new Microsoft Learn, but now you can download all the courses on Talent, you can find a list of them here:
https://community.dynamics.com/365/b/learningcurriculum/archive/2019/02/22/list-of-courses-available-for-download

Microsoft has a youtube channel with a playlist on Talent, and there are a lot of other videos on youtube you can learn from.

I will continue to update this post as I find new information and new bloggers to follow. If you have any suggestions, don’t hesitate to let me know!

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