Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations: April 2019 Release Notes

Microsoft has announced a one-version concept with Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. As a result, in addition to so-called Platform Updates, further important updates to the functionality are regularly published.

The April 2019 Release Notes describe features that will be public from April to September 2019.

Here is an overview of what’s new in Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations in the April release:

Financial Management

  • Automatic ledger settlements
  • Reverse journal posting
  • Revenue recognition
  • Bank foreign currency revaluation
  • Expense client usability
  • Billing schedules

Product Information Management and Inventory

  • Inventory performance optimizations
  • Unit of measure conversions for product variants

Warehouse Management

  • Catch weight product processing with warehouse management

Sales and Procurement

  • Simplified view – templates


  • Master planning stability and recovery improvements
  • Improved removal of obsolete planning data
  • Planning service


  • Additional configurable invoice layouts
  • Configurable e-invoices for Brazil (NF-e and NFS-e)
  • Configurable Mexican e-invoice (CFDI)
  • Additional Russian localization features
  • Expanded regional coverage for Regulatory Configuration Service (RCS) deployments
  • Electronic reporting – Performance optimization of customer-built configurations
  • Electronic reporting – Setting up parameters by legal entity
  • Electronic reporting – Post-processing of generated files
  • Electronic reporting – Post-processing of imported files
  • Electronic reporting – Generate documents in PDF format by filling in PDF templates
  • Global Tax Engine – Improving tax configuration usability with reduced number of lookups
  • Global Tax Engine – Simplifying tax setup maintenance with Excel integration
  • Global Tax Engine – Enabling tax configuration with tax currency and sales tax codes

Platform Analytics

  • Entity store support for on-premises deployments
  • Web edit tooling for analytical workspaces
  • Personalization options for analytical workspaces
  • System management of network printers


  • Enhanced grid experiences
  • Saved views
  • Client productivity and usability improvements
  • Updated navigation bar that aligns with the Office header


  • Developer tools and application lifecycle management


  • Event-driven architecture for integrations
  • Finance and Operations, entities in CDS for Apps
  • Entity store in your own Business Data Lake

Cloud Operations and Lifecycle Services

  • Data residency – China cloud
  • One Version experience
  • Diagnostic assistant
  • Self-service deployment

More information about specific features and when they will be available can be found at the following link. April ’19 Release Notes

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