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Microsoft Learn Debuts Dynamics 365 Business Central e-learning Modules

Users of Business Central can now find e-learning modules on Microsoft Learn that detail how to use the application.


Last year, Learn debuted as a new interactive learning platform from the Redmond firm. Now, the company has announced Learn is also integrated with Business Central, providing more “learning paths” to users.

Specifically, Microsoft Learn will offer an expanded selection of e-learning modules for Business Central users.

Microsoft says the expansion of online learning materials for Dynamics 365 is the result of an ongoing collaboration between the Business Central team and e-learning experts from within the company and without.

As you may expect, a lot of the module content is geared to users who want to know more about Business Central. For example, lessons include how to set up financial management on the app, how to leverage more than one currency, and more.

There are currently 10 learning paths available on Microsoft Learn related to Business Central. If you want to check out what's available, head to the Learn website here. Search for “Business Central” and then “Learning Path” to find modules

Microsoft says new modules will be added in the future.

Microsoft Learn

Learn was launched in 2018 and was a replacement for Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA). Like MVA, Learn provides free interactive learning tools delivers through step-by-step guides, tutorials, scripting lessons, and performance explanations.

When launched in September 2018, Microsoft Learn provided 80 hours of courses for Dynamics 365, Azure, PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, and Power BI. Microsoft says content will be constantly expanded.

Among the features of Microsoft Learn are:

  • All content is organized by a learning path. Giving you an end-to-end view of a technology area and ensuring that you build a comprehensive skillset.
  • Learning paths consist of step-by-step tutorials. With interactive coding environments that provide free fixed-time access to Azure resources – without requiring a credit card.
  • As you use Microsoft Learn, you can track progress. Check knowledge, and validate deployments to earn points, levels, achievements, and trophies.
Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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