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Introducing Brian T Jackett: PowerApps and Microsoft Flow Social Media Sample

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We are happy to introduce Mr. Brian T Jackett from https://briantjackett.com . Brian is a Senior Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft specializing in SharePoint development / administration and PowerShell for over 9 years. Brian enjoys giving back to the community through giving presentations, planning and volunteering at conferences, maintaining this SharePoint/.Net centric blog, and contributing to the SharePoint Twitterverse. He also holds several Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) for SharePoint related technologies. He authored this blog to walk us through a scenario for gathering social media input and working with that data in various components. This includes Azure SQL, Azure web apps, Azure API apps, and Custom APIs.

Featured Video: Office Mechanics Extensibility Options in Dynamics 365

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Luis Camino from the Dynamics 365 team joins Jeremy Chapman to explain high value business extensibility options for Dynamics 365 on this Office Mechanics Video.

Meet Power Platform Champions

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We see a champion as someone who has embraced low-code to create change and impact for their organization using Microsoft Power Platform. Below are representative examples of champions from diverse backgrounds, locations, skillsets, and stories. We hope these serve as inspiration in your own journey adopting low-code and Power Platform along with Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365 and Azure. Bookmark this page, aka.ms/PowerChamps, to stay updated on new champion stories. For a set of 80+ curated stories, you can visit our Microsoft Power Platform stories blog post.

Hearing Australia – Audiologist adopts Microsoft Power Platform to transform hearing loss prevention program

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Hearing Australia is Australia’s largest provider of government-funded hearing services and have been servicing people with hearing loss in Australia for 75 years. This is an inspiring story that features Jacqui Peck, an Audiologist who taught herself Power Platform while visiting remote communities in the Australian outback. She partnered with the ICT team, as a fusion development team, to transform one of their key programs for hearing assessments. The solution was built using Dataverse, Power Apps, Power Automate and Power BI. Over 100 Community Engagement Officers and Audiologists use it each month and it has become a single source of truth for program data. This has also helped secure continued funding from a government grant.

Runtime localization support for Code components on Custom pages and Canvas apps

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Runtime localization support for Code Components on Custom pages and Canvas apps

Power Apps Ideas: New enhancements and increased capabilities

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After we announced public preview of Power Apps Ideas, including writing Power Fx formulas with natural language and generating formulas from examples, we continued tuning the design and improving our AI model to make Ideas work better for you. Today, we’re happy to share some of the latest updates on Ideas with you.

Power Platform Developer Tools Dec/Jan Refresh (Sovereign Cloud support)

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The Sovereign Cloud support for Power Platform Command Line tool

Announcing general availability of visualizing views in Power Apps with Power BI

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Visualize data in a view and get insights quickly with Power BI quick reports generally available on Power Apps’ view pages. The capabilities of Power Apps, Power BI and Dataverse are integrated in a seamless experience to help you understand your data easily.

Announcing the general availability of canvas components and component libraries

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Canvas components and components libraries empower low-code/no-code citizen developers to build reusable UX components which can be used across screens in an app or across apps in an environment. Canvas libraries along with the apps can be packaged and moved to other environments using standard Dataverse solutions and you can push component updates through solutions.

Power Fx: String interpolation, Index function, and RandBetween function

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Power Fx has added three great new features. String interpolation enables expressions to be embedded within strings, making it easier to combine parts of a string into a whole. The Index function does away with Last of FirstN patterns. The RandBetween function makes it easier to work with integer random numbers.

New ways to add intelligence to your Power Apps

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Check out the new enhancements to AI Builder we announced at Microsoft Ignite to help bring AI into your Power Platform solutions.

Round up of the Ignite announcements for Power Apps!

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This was a huge week for Power Apps at Ignite and we want to thank everyone for joining us and continuing to engage in the community. This post includes a round up of the announcements for Power Apps at Ignite.

Visualize data in model-driven apps with Power BI (preview)

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Visualizing data in a view to get to interactive insights is a lot faster and easier, with Power BI quick reports available on model-driven apps’ view pages.

Microsoft Power Platform support for GitHub Codespaces and Windows services for Linux

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Public preview announcement for Power Platform CLI support for GitHub CodeSpaces and Windows Services for Linux

Creating canvas apps as Dataverse solutions by default (preview)

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We are excited to announce the release of Canvas apps creation as Dataverse solutions by default in public preview

Bring Microsoft 365 collaboration to your model-driven apps

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Collaboration controls (Preview) enable you to easily add M365 capabilities to your Power Apps line of business custom applications to simplify user workflows when collaborating on business processes in Teams or Power Apps.

Inline editing, modern browsing, and more with the new Power Apps grid control

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The new Power Apps grid control in model-driven apps is officially in public preview! This control can be used for both read-only and editable scenarios, supports infinite scrolling for a modern browsing experience, and allows pro-dev makers to customize the appearance of cells. Try it out today!

Power Apps is empowering coders with next-generation AI capabilities

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Every year at Microsoft Build, Microsoft returns to its roots and puts developers at center stage. This year, Microsoft Power Apps is announcing a powerful set of next-generation AI capabilities and developer-focused features that improve productivity for all developers—including those who code.

Update forms and views more conveniently with table designer

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We are pleased to announce the public preview of Update forms and views feature in table designer. With this new experience, makers can now add columns to their forms and views on the fly, instead of navigating away from their table to update their forms and views manually. This also means when working with table […]

What’s new: Power Apps April 2023 Feature Update

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Welcome to the Power Apps monthly feature update! We will use this blog to share a summary of product, community, and learning updates from throughout the month so you can access it in one easy place. A variety of new and highly anticipated features are now available which we are very excited to share including Managed Environment Updates, new Variable and Collections experience, and improvements to offline on mobile!

Important Bug Fix Information: ActivityPointer Tables Cannot Add Custom Columns

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A bug fix to prevent users from adding columns to ActivityPointer is being deployed. If users added any custom columns to ActivityPointer they may need to take action.

Canvas app layout containers are now generally available

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We are excited to announce the general availability of the container, horizontal container and vertical container layout controls in canvas apps! These controls help you automatically reflow and resize controls within them to enable easy, no expression layouts in canvas apps.

Does how you submit date and time data matter?

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Does how you submit date and time data matter? The answer is “Yes” if you are using Canvas apps, User Local data and direct oData API calls.