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The Microsoft Finance and Operations (Dynamics 365) mobile app, the associated mobile platform, and related mobile workspaces are deprecated effective June 2022. Existing assets will be supported through October 2024. New mobile Finance and Operations experiences should be built in Power Apps, using virtual tables from Microsoft Power Platform to access finance and operations data.

What’s happening to the Finance and Operations (Dynamics 365) mobile workspaces?

Some of the existing mobile workspaces will be replaced. The Microsoft Dynamics 365 Project Timesheet mobile app is already available as a replacement for the Project time entry mobile workspace.

Replacement experiences are planned to be released in 2023 for the following mobile workspaces:

  • Expense management
  • Inventory on-hand
  • Asset management
  • Invoice approval
  • Purchase order approval

Replacement experiences are not currently planned for the remaining mobile workspaces:

  • Company directory
  • My team
  • Cost controlling
  • Vendor collaboration
  • Sales orders

If you need to continue using one of these mobile workspaces after the end-of-support date, we encourage you to build a mobile experience in Power Apps.

Note that the Warehouse Management mobile app, which is not built on the Finance and Operations (Dynamics 365) mobile app, is not impacted by this deprecation.

What’s next

Here are some additional things we encourage you to do now that the Finance and Operations (Dynamics 365) mobile app has been deprecated.

  1. Stop building new mobile experiences in the Finance and Operations mobile app.
  2. Start learning about virtual tables and how to create mobile experiences in Power Apps.
  3. Begin planning for converting your existing mobile experiences to Power Apps. You have some time before the end-of-support date, but it’s never too early to start getting ready!

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