You may have noticed (or may not have) the Microsoft Dynamics Community site has had a major face lift. I like the blue (the colour of Ipswich Town FC football kit), no corporate site would be complete without a picture of an office worker on the phone and look busy.
Here is a link to the new site
but if like me you are more interested in Microsoft Dynamics CRM then you want this link
It will bring you to a nice looking page
Microsoft have done well to pack a lot of dynamic information into the page, you will see it when you scroll down.
There are forum questions and answers being shown in the middle, on the right you have twitter feed for the hashtag #msdyncrm (I would maybe add #CRM2013 as well)
On the left of the page you have link to Microsoft Blogs and below that there are community blogs where you will see a link to the trusty Hosk’s Dynamic CRM Blog, splendid.
So what else has been changed, Microsoft have a great blog post to tell you
A quick overview
Mobile friendly User Interface
Badges and Leaderboards have been upgraded
If you want to know how things have changed and try to understand the new badges/leaderboard then you should read the release notes
Overall I think they have done a great job and it looks a lot better.
Great improvement to the leaderboards which now have lifetime leaderboards (which almost never change) but also have monthly leaderboards so you can see who has been active over the last couple of months.
The forums have changed and look a lot better and have some clever filtering so you only see suggested answers. I’m not sure if this is good or bad yet.