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Headshot of article author Manuela Pichler

In 2019, we launched the Center of Excellence (CoE) Starter Kit – a set of templates that are designed to help you get started with developing a strategy for adopting, maintaining and supporting Microsoft Power Platform, with a focus on Power Apps and Power Automate. In the past three years we’ve continued to evolve and innovate as we learn from our customers. Today we’re excited to announce that the CoE Starter Kit can now use data provided by self-serve analytics as a foundation for inventory and telemetry, enabling rich insights built for scale.

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Headshot of article author Zankar Desai

Power Apps is excited to share that users can now request a license from their admin – directly in product! If a user is trying to run an app that requires a license, they will see the option to ‘Request a license’, in addition to the buy a license or start a trial option (if…

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Headshot of article author Anthony Uitz

Cards for Power Apps is a recent addition to the low code lineup, announced as public preview in September, that empowers business users and developers alike to create interactive, embeddable, data-driven, lightweight mini-apps that bring context and actions directly into Teams conversations. Today we are excited to announce that cards for Power Apps can be…

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Headshot of article author Caitlin Shaw

We are pleased to announce that admin-configured maker welcome content is now available for the Power Apps maker portal. Today, admins rely on sending welcome emails, creating wikis, and setting up internal portals to educate makers. Since this information can be presented in so many different places, makers may miss important communication. With the maker…

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Headshot of article author Clay Wesener

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. We…

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Headshot of article author Ritesh Pandey

We are pleased to announce that IP based cookie binding in Dataverse is Generally Available (GA) for all our customers. This security feature will allow the administrators to safeguard Dataverse platform by blocking the cookie replay attack . IP cookie binding in Dataverse IP based cookie binding is a security technique that helps protect Dataverse against…

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Headshot of article author Kartik Kanakasabesan (HE/HIM)

We are glad to announce the release of our final 2022 deliverable, the November update for Power Platform CLI, Azure DevOps, and GitHub actions. Once again, this month’s update has some great new features available, and I am happy to share them with you. Support for Managed Identities in Azure DevOps This has by far…

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Headshot of article author Dana Martens

I am excited to share that the mailbox approval process can now be delegated to another user instead of always requiring a Global or Exchange admin.  Introduction  Server-Side Synchronization is a feature which enables Dynamics or Power Apps users to send/receive email and synchronize appointments, contacts, and tasks with Exchange. To enable a connection to…

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