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Establishing an Environment Strategy for Microsoft Power Platform

Environments are containers that administrators can use to manage apps, flows, connections, and other assets; along with permissions to allow organization users to use the resources. The purpose of this article is to walk through important details about environments in the Power Platform and discuss recommended ways to benefit from proactively managing them.

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Remember to upgrade your previous version CDS database to preserve Flow Approvals history or entity data

In January this year, Jim Daly provided a detailed announcement on the previous version CDS to the CDS for Apps migration experience that is available for self service. As the deadline to initiate the database migration is coming up, we want to help ensure everyone has considered if a CDS migration is required for their … Continue reading “Remember to upgrade your previous version CDS database to preserve Flow Approvals history or entity data”

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PowerShell scripts to discover and manage specific features in the Power Platform

As the number of users, apps and flows in a tenant grows, it can be hard to manage what connections are being used by which apps and flows. Use the PowerShell scripts below, which are built with the PowerApps and Flow Administration module, to discover which PowerApps and Flows use specific features like custom connectors/APIs, … Continue reading “PowerShell scripts to discover and manage specific features in the Power Platform”

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Editable Tables

This blog post highlights how one can create a PowerApps Canvas app to create an editable table to interact with the data in the database quickly without having to connect through a separate interface.

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