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Great news! To help improve your learning experience, we’re migrating our content on the Microsoft Learning website to Microsoft Learn. Effective July 1, 2020, discover all our available training and certification resources on Microsoft Learn.
Just as you do today, you’ll find information on your completed certifications and exams on your Microsoft Certification Dashboard (aka.ms/CertDashboard). Additionally, links to the Certification Dashboard have been added to the Microsoft Learn Tech Profile. In the coming months, we’ll merge the Certification Dashboard into your Tech Profile for a unified experience.
These improvements will help make it easier for you to find the training content that you care most about, choose the learning approach that works for you, and learn in a style that best fits your needs. For additional information about this migration, see the Moving Microsoft Learning website to Microsoft Learn FAQ.
In addition, starting July 1, 2020, the Microsoft Learning Blog will migrate to our new Microsoft Learn Community site available through Microsoft Tech Community. You’ll have the opportunity to connect with the community and engage with us. Subscribe via email or to the RSS feed, and get notified when we make announcements or publish new posts. Plus, focus on the news you want by filtering posts based on solution areas that you care about, such as Azure, Modern Workplace, and Business Applications.
To explore what’s available, customize your training plan, and give us feedback, head over to Microsoft Learn. Don’t forget to check for announcements on the Microsoft Learn Community site, effective July 1, 2020. Thanks for joining us as we continue to invest in your learning journey.
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