What free access to the Dynamics Learning Portal means for Microsoft customers and partners

August 10 2018

Classroom computersA few years ago, Microsoft launched the Dynamics Learning Portal. The portal was an answer to all the requests from Microsoft Dynamics partners out there pleading for better training content and a better platform to consume that content. Up until then, partners were consuming content via PartnerSource, but the content was difficult to find and required organizations

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deichner's picture

Still not free for partners. Still requires partners to pay for annual support subscription plan. David Eichner, CPA | ICAN Software Corporation 253-777-0708 - Office | 253-221-9777 - Cell | 253-449-0542 – Fax 617 N. Stadium Way Tacoma WA 98403 ICAN Software Solutions www.icancloudapps.com

Janet Glasper's picture

Considering the cost of the software, I feel the software should provide training for all customers.

Mearnsman's picture

It is a problem that a customer on a support plan for NAV or 365BC is not given access to DLP. Online help doesn't really cut it and being able to push them towards the DLP site to see how things operate could be very useful. I'm pretty sure competitive products make their online training available to customers but would be interested to hear if I'm wrong on that.