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Power Fx: Experimental error handling update

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Error handling is almost done. Before we complete it, we are making some small changes to how Blank is handled by the Value functions. All changes are under the experimental “Formula-level error management” switch and will not impact the vast majority of apps. We are also introducing a new home for experimental feature documentation and feedback in the community forum.

Power Apps portals: Query data using portals Web API (public preview)

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Web API operations in portals so far were limited to creating, updating, deleting, associating and disassociating tables. With this public preview, we’re adding the capability to retrieve data using GET requests through portals Web API

Connect with the Microsoft Power Platform ALM Team at the Kansas City User Group January 14

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Join the Power Platform Application License Management (ALM) team members for a session on the best tactics implementing Power Platform ALM processes and highlight the all-new Power Platform ALM Starter Kit. An open-source project built by the Power Customer Advisory Team (CAT) to accelerate your ability to get started with productively perform ALM using the Power Platform. Where: https://aka.ms/KansasCityPPUG When: Thu, January 14, 2021 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST

Announcing the rich text editor (RTE) control

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Announcing the rich text editor (RTE) control

Announcing Visual Data Prep public preview (Diagram View in Power Platform Dataflows)

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This post is an overview of ‘Visual Data Prep’ (Diagram View) within Power Platform dataflows which is going into Public Preview.

Power Apps portals simplified identity provider configuration – generally available

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An improved experience to create and manage authentication settings and identity provider configuration for portals is now generally available.

Improvements to Cascading Merge Transactions

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We are continuing to improve how we handle cascading operations in the Common Data Service for model driven apps and Dynamics 365 to allow you to be more productive. Last year, we made core changes to cascade assign and delete. Now we are making similar improvements to merge operations.

Announcing Column Comparison through FetchXML, SDK, and OData

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We are happy to announce the availability of column comparisons. This has been a common ask from our MVPs and ISVs for a while now and it’s exciting to provide this functionality.

AI Builder – New prediction model performance page

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We’ve updated the prediction model performance page in AI Builder. Now, there’s a performance grade to help give you a better idea of how the model is performing. We’ve also added a new performance tab on the training details pane to provide more detailed information to help you evaluate performance.  These improvements help you decide when a model is ready to publish.

Introducing Command Checker for model-app ribbons

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We’re excited to announce a new feature adding transparency to model-driven app ribbons in Power Apps! Command Checker is an in-app tool designed to help users understand why buttons are hidden or shown and what command will run upon click.

Hospital Emergency Response solution: A Microsoft Power Platform solution for healthcare emergency response

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As the COVID-19 crisis escalated earlier this month, we released a Power Platform solution for managing communications across an organization.

Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (on-premises) SP1 version 9.1 is now available

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We are happy to announce the general availability of Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (on-premises) Service pack 1 version 9.1, and with it, a major update to the Unified Interface giving you improved performance and significant usability improvements over the classic web client.

Power Apps portals: Edit portal with Power Platform VS Code Extension (public preview)

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The VS Code extension for portals adds the capability to configure portals using VS Code, and utilize the built-in Liquid language IntelliSense enabling help with code completion, assistance and hinting while customizing portals interface using VS Code

Salt Lake City and Utah PowerApps User Groups cover AI Face recognition, Data Connections, Dev Ops and more Sept

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Spot light on the Salt Lake City and Utah User PowerApps User Groups covering AI Face recognition, Data Connections, Dev Ops and more Sept

Simplify formulas with the With function

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Welcome the With function to Canvas apps!  You can now simplify large formulas by dividing them into named sub-formulas, eliminate redundant sub-formulas, and easily work with functions that return records.  All while staying declarative and automatically responding to dependency changes.

Changes to OS requirements for PowerApps mobile app

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Changes to OS requirements for PowerApps mobile

PowerApps Portals are now Generally Available

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I am excited to announce that PowerApps Portals are now generally available.  

Introducing Monitor to debug apps and improve performance

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You now have a new tool to better understand, debug, and improve your apps.  Similar to a network trace, Monitor provides a running list of all the activity within your app.   You can examine what data requests are made from your app, how long they took, how much data was returned, and which resulted in an error. 

Join us for Microsoft Business Applications Summit! May 4th, 2021

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Join CVP, Charles Lamanna, and Ryan Cunningham, and the Power Apps Team on May 4th, 2021 at Microsoft Business Applications Summit!

New in the CoE Starter Kit: Review the impact of DLP policy changes

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We are excited to introduce you to the DLP Editor – a new app part of the Center of Excellence Starter Kit. The DLP Editor is a tool you can use to observe the impact of an existing policy or updated/new policy changes you want to make.

Power Apps 2021 Wave 1 Preview Release is now available

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The Power Apps release wave 1 for 2021 is available for you to enable in your environment ahead of the April rollout.  We have a number of new features that will modernize your end users model-driven app experiences.

Now available: model-driven app push notifications

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With our updated push notification connector, you can now send push notifications to model-driven apps with Power Automate. These notifications can direct users straight to a specific page or section of your app – like the relevant entity view or form. Use any of the hundreds of pre-built connectors to trigger and provide dynamic data to push notifications for your apps today.

Public Preview: New Image Enhancements Available Via API

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Two exciting new enhancements are available as a preview for Powerapps, the addition of a File data type and enhancements to Image! Out of the box, CDS can now natively support: Large, high resolution images Files as a data type Multiple image and file fields per entity Use of blob storage for large file types to reduce consumption of relational storage

Which PowerApps plan do I need for model-driven apps and CDS for Apps?

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Building model-driven apps in PowerApps generally available! Get a licensing primer to help you understand what license you’ll need to use the new capabilities.

PowerShell Cmdlets for PowerApps and Flow creators and administrators

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In our effort to comply with GDPR, we have released PowerShell script functions (cmdlets) that make it easier for admins to manage data and resources on their instance of PowerApps, Flow, and other…