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New Microsoft 365 role-based certification transition exams

Exclusively for candidates who have previously been certified.

Microsoft is evolving to a role-based certification program. Those who have already passed productivity Exams 345, 698, and 339 can take advantage of these exclusive transition exams to achieve the newest Microsoft 365 Messaging Administrator, Modern Desktop Administrator, and Teamwork Administrator certifications while available. Take your investment to the next level and gain current, valuable credentials designed to help you get ahead.

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