We all knew it was coming. Finally, it was announced that the classic designers for app, forms and views are deprecated. So, what does that mean, from a practical perspective?
Microsoft feels that all essential tasks can be completed in the new designers. The new designers are all accessible by default (yea accessibility!), and generally easier and more intuitive to use. They load up with previews that include your own data.
There is no need to panic. It is possible that something you do all of the time is not available in the new designers. You just know you have to revert to classic to do just this one thing. That is still available but must be enabled by admin on a specific environment. The setting is found in the Power Platform admin center with other Behavior settings.
Users/makers will still see the new experiences by default. This will simply offer them the option to switch to classic as needed.
If you find yourself reverting back to classic, tell Microsoft about it.
PS. That one thing you think you have to do in the classic designer? Chances are it’s in the new designer too, you just haven’t located it yet.