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#msdyn365bc 2021 Release Wave 2 - Introduce updated desktop installable app.

Hi Readers,

In this series we are discussing what's new in Business Central 2021 (Wave 2) a.k.a BC19.

This article we will discuss about - Introduce updated desktop installable app.

With this series we will understand what's new the product and learn it before it becomes available for customers.

#msdyn365bc #2021RW2

Feature Details - 

Accessing Business Central via the web browser is not always a fully desired option. Some customers prefer to have an installable app that can be pinned and opened with one simple click. Your organization may even want to limit access to the standard web browser and allow only certain applications to be run. While Business Central always had such an option on the desktop through an app from Microsoft Store (plus the technology discussed here has existed in preview for about a year), this version of the product delivers additional features and greater value. Consequently, it will be offered as a replacement of the legacy Windows app from Microsoft Store, which will require action to be taken at some point throughout this release wave.

Explanation -

  • Modern browsers allow for installation of an app resembling a given website and Business Central is no exception here. 
  • To install Business Central as an app from the browser, select Install on the address bar or menu of your modern browser.

  • When the app is run, Business Central is launched in its own window, independent of any browser windows, making it easier to find when running many apps or browser tabs. 
  • If you’re working across multiple Business Central windows or multitasking, each window is displayed separately. 
  • The app no longer requires you to run any local app updates because it updates automatically whenever your Business Central environment is updated.
  • When working with several named environments, the name is added to the window’s title.

Hope you learn and will be able to use this feature with Business Central 19.  

For other articles related to What's New in Business Central 19, refer here.

Saurav Dhyani


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