Create a Dynamics 365 demo environment in the New Customer Digital Experiences platform

In case you didn’t know, Microsoft Demos has been migrated to the new Customer Digital Experience platform.

In this new platform, new tenant types are introduced which let you create custom type tenant for a period of 90 days or 1 year.

To create a new tenant, head on over to Customer Digital Experience Platform then select My Environments.

Select Create Tenant 

Specify the type of tenant type, period, and tenant location.

Select Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Content Pack

Screenshot_11Once it’s created, you can choose to edit the tenant name or choose to add some additional content.


Make sure to copy the given credentials found at the bottom of the page


Using the admin user and password given, log in to Office 365. Once you’re logged in, you may choose to head straight to Dynamics 365 demo environment or go to Admin Center to configure licenses for your demo users as well as add or edit users.


By choosing to go to Admin Center, you can have control of what licenses are assigned to each user and manage products and services purchased.


Under User Management, you can choose to add or edit the user. You may choose what product licenses need to be assigned to each user, reset his/her password, and other administrative settings.


By going to the Billing section, under Purchased Services, you can have an overview of what products or services are installed to your tenant and whether they are purchased or are being used as a trial subscription.


You may also choose to purchase add-ons or add them as a trial subscription under Purchase Services tab.


By selecting Dynamics 365, you will be directed to Dynamics 365 Home and may choose which app to use depending on what applications are installed in your environment.


To see the list of applications installed or enabled in your demo instance, you can navigate to Dynamics 365 admin center and select Applications Tab.

Note: You may need to edit the URL depending on your Dynamics 365 Online region.


Following the steps above, I think you’re good to go on your new Dynamics 365 demo environment 🙂

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