On October 18, 2019, portions of the Microsoft Learning (https://microsoft.com/learning) web site moved to Microsoft Learn (https://docs.microsoft.com/learn/). Please note that there are no changes to the availability or contents of current certifications or exams; the content is just being arranged into a new, improved user experience.
- This first step in site integration includes English language pages only.
- Initially, all links will redirect to the new web pages but the old pages will only be available temporarily. Please update your bookmarks!
- Over time, we’ll be adding more content and integrated, additional features and functionality.
- Localized pages for other languages will be moved over time.
Microsoft Learn is the consolidated learning platform that lets people explore and learn about our products for free as well as explore other options for deeper learning, including certification and instructor-led training. We’ve built interactive, step-by-step tutorial experiences to help you learn Microsoft technology by combining short instructions, videos, interactive coding/scripting environments and achievements using your browser. By integrating information about Microsoft Certifications and associated training information into Microsoft Learn, we continue moving toward a single learning destination for Microsoft learners.
What is moving in Phase I:
The following English content will move to Microsoft Learn in October 2019:
What is NOT moving in Phase I:
No localized learning pages will move at this time, and the following English content will NOT move to Microsoft Learn in October 2019:
- The Certification Dashboard will not be moving but will be linked to from the new Learn experience.
View the Learn FAQ to learn more.