MB-200: Microsoft Power Platform + Dynamics 365 Core

Systems engineer that takes cloud expertise further

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Summary

  • intermediate
  • dynamics-365
  • dynamics
  • dynamics-sales
  • dynamics-marketing
  • dynamics-field-service
  • dynamics-customer-service
  • Candidates for this exam are functional consultants who have access to the features and functionality of the enterprise licensed product. As a functional consultant, the candidate is aware of bundled versions of features but does not primarily work with these bundled products.Candidates are primarily responsible for configuring the system to meet client needs, performing design tasks related to implementing new features and functionality, and implementing and testing system changes.Candidates plan the functional design for solutions, implement an application lifecycle management (ALM) process, migrate data and objects from legacy and external systems, integrate Power Platform with other systems, and manage the Power Platform environment.

Learning paths

3 hr 11 min
This learning path introduces you to Power Automate, teaches you how to build workflows, and how to administer flows.

Modules in this learning path

  • Use AI Builder in Power Automate
    6 Units
    1 hr 0 min

    Learn the basics of AI Builder usage in Power Automate and how it can benefit your organization. 

  • Get started with Power Automate
    11 Units
    58 min

    Power Automate is an online workflow service that automates actions across the most common apps and services.

  • Build more complex flows with Power Automate
    15 Units
    1 hr 39 min

    Power Automate is an online workflow service that automates actions across the most common apps and services. In this module, you’ll build more advanced flows to streamline your business, save time, and work more efficiently.

  • Use the Admin center to manage environments and data policies in Power Automate
    5 Units
    34 min

    Tenant and environment admins use the Power Automate Admin center to manage data policies and environments for Power Automate deployments.

  • Implement robotic process automation with Microsoft Power Automate, Teams, UI flows, and AI Builder
    7 Units
    34 min

    Automate your approval processes, infuse intelligence, and integrate legacy apps with Power Automate, UI flows, and AI Builder, which are all part of Microsoft Power Platform.

2 hr 50 min
Get started creating Power Apps portals.

Modules in this learning path

  • Introduction to Power Apps portals
    7 Units
    48 min

    Extend Common Data Service interaction to external and internal audiences such as customers, partners, and employees. Use portals to set up an interactive, web-based sales, services, support, and social engagement application platform to connect with customers, engage with communities, manage site content, and empower your channel partners. Empower anyone inside or outside your organization to interact with Common Data Service data by using portals.

  • Power Apps portals architecture
    6 Units
    26 min

    This module focuses on the Power Apps portals architecture, such as how the various components work together to build a portal. Additionally, it explains how the components are installed and come to together in a working portal. The module also describes the maker and configuration tools that you can use to build and customize Power Apps portals.

  • Explore Power Apps portals
    8 Units
    26 min

    Dynamics 365 starter portals are pre-configured portal solutions that are available to help accelerate deployment. Typical portal projects will have unique requirements, but a starter portal provides an environment that is immediately suitable for specific scenarios and audiences.

  • Explore Power Apps portals Studio
    9 Units
    40 min

    Portal makers spend the majority of their time configuring portals by using Microsoft Power Apps portals Studio. It is important that portal makers have a full understanding of the capabilities and also the limitations of using portals Studio. This module will focus on understanding and using Power Apps portals Studio to create and customize portal websites. Power Apps portals Studio allows makers to add and configure webpages, layout components, static content, custom CSS files, entity lists, and entity forms.

  • Discover Power Apps portals features
    5 Units
    30 min

    Power Apps portals provide a common set of core features to app makers to build powerful portal applications. Numerous Power Apps features map directly to Microsoft Dynamics 365 apps that are specific to particular business requirements and external audiences. Other Dynamics 365 applications, such as Marketing and Supply Chain Management, also use components of portals or alternate technologies.

2 hr 22 min
Learn how to extend Power Apps portals.

Modules in this learning path

  • Build custom Power Apps portal web templates
    6 Units
    55 min

    Create custom Power Apps portal web templates.

  • Access Common Data Service in Power Apps portals
    6 Units
    50 min

    The ability to easily surface and interact with Common Data Service data on a website is one of the core benefits for implementing a Power Apps portal. There are several methods to surface and display Common Data Service data and having an understanding of the different options will result in successful portal implementations. This module will focus on the techniques and methods to display and interact with Common Data Service data on the Power Apps portal.

  • Extend Power Apps portals
    8 Units
    37 min

    The world of business software applications has embraced a movement toward building apps using low-code/no-code methods. This is one of the pillars of the Power Platform including Power Apps portals. However, in many projects there is often a set of functionality or features that can only be addressed with advanced software development techniques. This module will focus on understanding and extending portal functionality using software development as well as the use of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) techniques to deploy portals.

2 hr 40 min
This learning path introduces you to creating a model-driven app in Power Apps that uses Common Data Service.

Modules in this learning path

  • Introduction to model-driven apps and Common Data Service
    6 Units
    37 min

    Do you want to quickly build apps with little to no code? This module will focus on the building blocks of Common Data Service and model-driven apps. These key components will help you build quick business apps in your organization.

  • Get started with Common Data Service
    7 Units
    1 hr 1 min

    Common Data Service lets you securely store and manage data that’s used by business applications. Standard and custom entities within Common Data Service provide a secure and cloud-based storage option for your data.

  • Get started with model-driven apps in Power Apps
    9 Units
    1 hr 2 min

    Model-driven app design is an approach that focuses on quickly adding components to your apps. These components include dashboards, forms, views, and charts. With little or no code, you can make apps that are simple or complex.

  • Configure forms, charts, and dashboards in model driven apps
    12 Units
    1 hr 7 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    In this module, you’ll learn about forms, grids, views, charts and dashboards that can be used in model driven apps.

2 hr 11 min
Do you want to create apps to help make your business more efficient? Then, this path is for you. It introduces you to Power Apps, helps you create and customize an app, and then manage and distribute it.

Modules in this learning path

  • Get started with Power Apps
    8 Units
    51 min

    Learn the basics of Power Apps and how you can use it in your organization.

  • Customize a canvas app in Power Apps
    5 Units
    38 min

    Learn how to customize an app by adding controls, images, and logic.

  • Manage apps in Power Apps
    6 Units
    42 min

    Manage app versions, app sharing, and environments in Power Apps.

6 hr 22 min
This learning path introduces you to Power BI, and teaches you to use and build business intelligence reports.

Modules in this learning path

  • Get data with Power BI Desktop
    9 Units
    1 hr 15 min

    How can you find, collect, and clean data from different sources? Power BI is a tool for making sense of your data. You will learn tricks to make data-gathering easier.

  • Get started building with Power BI
    6 Units
    47 min

    Learn what Power BI is, including its building blocks and how they work together.

  • Model data in Power BI
    9 Units
    1 hr 7 min

    Connect Power BI to multiple data sources to create reports. Define the relationship between your data sources.

  • Use visuals in Power BI
    10 Units
    1 hr 16 min

    Create and customize visuals to present data in compelling and insightful ways.

  • Explore data in Power BI
    11 Units
    53 min

    Turn your business intelligence data into data insights by creating and configuring Power BI dashboards.

  • Publish and share in Power BI
    11 Units
    1 hr 4 min

    Publish and share your Power BI reports and dashboards to teammates in your organization or to everyone on the web.

2 hr 32 min
Dynamics 365 Portals provide a great way to allow internal and external audiences to view and interact with data from Dynamics 365 and should be a consideration as a pillar in an organization's overall web strategy. This learning path introduces you to the Dynamics 365 Starter Portals that can be quickly provisioned to serve a variety of different audiences and workloads. We will also cover fundamentals of portal administration, maintenance, and troubleshooting..

Modules in this learning path

  • Introduction to Dynamics 365 portals
    7 Units
    58 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    Extend the Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement apps such as sales, customer service, marketing, field service, project service automation, and Dynamics 365 custom apps to external and internal audiences such as customers, partners, and employees. Use portals to set up an interactive, web-based sales, services, support, and social engagement application platform to connect with the customers, engage with communities, manage site content, and empower your channel partners. Implementation of a portal solution requires a broad understanding of the capabilities of Dynamics 365 Portals, their structure and components. Dynamics 365 Portals are designed for interaction with the internal and external audiences, there are additional requirements for content management and design, as well as the need to secure the content.

  • Configure Dynamics 365 portals
    9 Units
    52 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    Dynamics 365 Starter portals are pre-configured portal solutions available to accelerate deployment. Typical portal projects will have unique requirements but a starter portal provides an environment immediately suitable for specific scenarios and audiences.

  • Provision and administer Dynamics 365 portals
    8 Units
    42 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    Administration and support functions of the Dynamics 365 Administration Center are used to provision and maintain portals. In addition to managing portal and assisting customizers with portal troubleshooting, administrator’s responsibility may include migration of the portal configuration between the Dynamics 365 instances.

3 hr 46 min
Dynamics 365 portals are designed for interaction with the internal and external audiences. There are additional requirements for content management and design, as well as the need to secure the content. This learning path describes how portal components work within context of Dynamics 365 to deliver the content and Common Data Service for Apps data to external and internal audiences. We will cover the topics of user authentication and how to secure access to different parts of the portal content based on the target audience and relationship to the content.

Modules in this learning path

  • Work with Dynamics 365 portal components
    10 Units
    1 hr 14 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    Dynamics 365 portals provide a powerful option to surface content and Common Data Service data to an external audience. Understanding on how portals extend and work within context of Dynamics 365 and how the components work together will assist users in planning, designing and troubleshooting portal implementations.

  • Manage users and authentication in Dynamics 365 portals
    8 Units
    56 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    As an individual, the external user may have a number of identities from which to choose when registering and accessing a portal. It is important to understand the different ways to onboard portal users and the options that can be made available to portal users for validating their identity and maintaining their profiles.

  • Create content in Dynamics 365 portals
    11 Units
    1 hr 8 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    Create engaging content for the internal and external audiences using Dynamics 365 portals content management system. Explore the CMS of Dynamics 365 portals to design, create, and publish static content as part of a portal implementation. Learn the requirements for content management and design, and the need to secure the content.

  • Secure Dynamics 365 portals content
    8 Units
    28 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    Dynamics 365 portals include capabilities to secure access to different parts of the portal content based on the target audience and relationship to the content. Portal security governs both visibility and management of specific content such as individual pages or the entire sections of the site.

5 hr 5 min
Create, design, and administer Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement tenants and instances including planning for multi-instance deployments, managing authentication methods, managing updates, backup and restore instances, install and manage Microsoft Dynamics 365 clients for end-users, and authorizing access to different features for all users in the organization.

Modules in this learning path

  • Design Microsoft Power Platform Dynamics 365 Deployments
    11 Units
    1 hr 7 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    Design and deploy Microsoft Dynamics 365 apps on the Microsoft Power Platform. Best Practices during this process will decrease the chances of technical issues in the future related to poor application lifecycle management process and storage limitations. The first step before the customization and configuration of the solution takes place is the configuration of your online tenant and online environment

  • Administer Microsoft Power Platform subscriptions
    9 Units
    57 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    Many organizations implementing Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement apps on the Microsoft Power Platform are unaware of the amazing capabilities included with their subscription. By default, your subscription includes Microsoft Portals, Gamification, and Voice of the Customer surveys, in addition to technical capabilities like backup and restore, and integrated planning for updates and upgrades. This module focuses on showcasing the great default capabilities you have access to.

  • Manage Dynamics 365 clients
    9 Units
    1 hr 23 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    Manage every Microsoft Dynamics 365 user with access to all the functionality and data included on their solution through a client. Let’s focus on the pros and cons of every client and best practices when deploying these clients.

  • Microsoft Power Platform Mobile management
    11 Units
    1 hr 38 min

    Important
    Dynamics 365 licensing is changing. Microsoft Learn content may reflect either the updated branding or earlier branding during our period of transition. For more information about these licensing changes, see Dynamics 365 Licensing Update.

    As the world becomes more mobile, understanding Microsoft Power Platform mobile capabilities allows functional consultants not only ensure seamless access from mobile devices, but also take advantage of its unique form factor when implementing Dynamics 365 solutions.

Additional courses

The learning paths above prepare you for the knowledge and skills needed to pass the exam and become certified. Enrolling in this track also enrolls you in the Microsoft Official Classroom course below. You can use this course as an extra reference to prepare for the exam.

Dynamics 365: Power Platform applications

Summary

Length
1 day
Level
Intermediate
Language
English

About this course

The Microsoft Power Platform helps organizations optimize their operations by automating routine tasks and standardizing best practices. This training provides a high-level overview of the capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform and provides a foundation for other Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform training offerings.

Join our globally recognized experts as they share with you the foundational knowledge to prepare you to build apps on the Power Platform.

What you’ll learn

  • Identify platform components.
  • Understand administrator options.
  • Effectively model data.
  • Build a basic model driven application on the Power Platform.
  • Build a basic canvas application on the Power Platform.
  • Manage user’s access to data and functionality using security.

Prerequisites

  • This course is designed for persons who are aspiring to the Microsoft 365 Enterprise Admin role and have completed one of the Microsoft 365 work load administrator certification paths.

Audience

A Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Functional Consultant is responsible for performing discovery, capturing requirements, engaging subject matter experts and stakeholders, translating requirements, and configuring the solution and applications. The Functional Consultant implements a solution using out of the box capabilities, codeless extensibility, application and service integrations.

Dynamics 365: Power Platform automation

Summary

Length
1 day
Level
Intermediate
Language
English

About this course

The Microsoft Power Platform helps organizations optimize their operations by automating routine tasks and standardizing best practices. This training provides a high-level overview of the capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform and provides a foundation for other Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform training offerings.

What you’ll learn

  • Identify automation options available in the Power Platform.
  • Identify when to use what automation.
  • Create and use business rules.
  • Create and use workflows.
  • Create and use Microsoft Flows.
  • Create and use business process flows.

Prerequisites

  • Familiarity of business applications and the desire to customize and implement them for your business.

Audience

A Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Functional Consultant is responsible for performing discovery, capturing requirements, engaging subject matter experts and stakeholders, translating requirements, and configuring the solution and applications. The Functional Consultant implements a solution using out of the box capabilities, codeless extensibility, application and service integrations.

Dynamics 365: Power Platform integrations

Summary

Length
1 day
Level
Intermediate
Language
English

About this course

The Microsoft Power Platform helps organizations optimize their operations by automating routine tasks and standardizing best practices. This training provides a high-level overview of the capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform and provides a foundation for other Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform training offerings.

What you’ll learn

  • Identify key integration scenarios.
  • Configure and use integrated email.
  • Configure and use Outlook integration.
  • Configure and use additional Office integrations.
  • Import and export data.

Prerequisites

  • Familiarity of business applications and the desire to customize and implement them for your business.

Audience

A Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Functional Consultant is responsible for performing discovery, capturing requirements, engaging subject matter experts and stakeholders, translating requirements, and configuring the solution and applications. The Functional Consultant implements a solution using out of the box capabilities, codeless extensibility, application and service integrations.

Dynamics 365: Power Platform test and deploy

Summary

Length
1 day
Level
Intermediate
Language
English

About this course

The Microsoft Power Platform helps organizations optimize their operations by automating routine tasks and standardizing best practices. This training provides a high-level overview of the capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform and provides a foundation for other Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform training offerings.

Join our globally recognized experts as they guide you through the managing your solutions and their deployment.

What you’ll learn

  • Enable and update first-party applications.
  • Install third-party applications.
  • Configure managed and unmanaged solutions.
  • Update and patch solutions.
  • Distribute solutions.

Prerequisites

  • Familiarity of business applications and the desire to customize and implement them for your business.

Audience

A Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Functional Consultant is responsible for performing discovery, capturing requirements, engaging subject matter experts and stakeholders, translating requirements, and configuring the solution and applications. The Functional Consultant implements a solution using out of the box capabilities, codeless extensibility, application and service integrations.