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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!
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.
Today we are happy to announce the general availability (GA) of Power Apps component framework for canvas apps. This release marks a significant milestone for Power Apps to bridge the gap between code-first and citizen developers and offer true no-cliffs extensibility.
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
Introducing table permissions to portals Studio.
A new wizard experience uniquely for Azure AD B2C setup with portals
Announcing general availability of Microsoft Dataverse support for Power BI Direct Query.
Recommendations on how to maximize performance of your Power Apps
How Microsoft Business Applications Group Drives Employee Training Using Dynamics 365 & Power PlatformBlog
How Microsoft Business Applications Group Drives Employee Training Using Dynamics 365 & Power Platform
This post is an overview of ‘Visual Data Prep’ (Diagram View) within Power Platform dataflows which is going into Public Preview.
The new form designer now supports authoring quick create and quick view forms. All the beneficial features of the new form designer such as WYSIWYG preview, enhanced fields pane, quick-access property pane, tree view and more now extend to quick create and quick view form authoring to help enable a rich and productive experience.
The insights gained by Microsoft from working closely with healthcare providers and state governments has now been translated into a new Regional Government Emergency Response and Monitoring solution built on Microsoft Power Platform.
With Teams context variables, you now have access to information like which channel, team, or group your app has been embedded in. With that information, you can now build apps that automatically filter down to relevant content, pre-populate fields, or respond to the users Microsoft Teams theme. Additionally, you can use this information to support deep linking to pages within your app.
Hospital Emergency Response solution: A Microsoft Power Platform solution for healthcare emergency responseBlog
As the COVID-19 crisis escalated earlier this month, we released a Power Platform solution for managing communications across an organization.
The February update to AI Builder adds even more capabilities for makers, including a simplified Object Detection wizard, additional fields recognized with Business Card Reader, improved AI Builder controls in Power Apps, and new Power Automate templates to instantly use your AI Builder models.
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.
Since its early announcement back in October, 2019, Monitor has helped thousands of Citizen and professional developers to efficiently troubleshoot and more rapidly solve issues they come across while building their Power apps and solutions. Now, we are excited to announce this tool is generally available (GA). We have introduced a new collaborative troubleshooting capability “Connect User” in Monitor to better facilitate team collaboration and troubleshooting.
GA of SQL Server Azure AD authentication
GA of the Improved data experience
As we open Microsoft’s annual Ignite conference, it’s a good time to reflect on the factors that have propelled the staggering momentum behind Power Apps, and share some details of what the future looks like as the service matures. Whether you’re a seasoned #PowerAddict or just starting out with the platform, here’s the definitive “top 10” list of major innovation areas and trends to watch as Power Apps scales across organizations globally.
We’ve seen tremendous growth in the usage of PowerApps and Flow over the course of the past year. Just as we’ve been rolling out new features in response to user input, we’re also listening to input about how to license and implement premium capabilities. In response to these needs, we’re pleased to announce two new plans that we will be introducing later this year: a PowerApps per app plan and a Flow per business process plan.
Dynamics and PowerApps ISVs can now see a consolidated view of your published Dynamics Customer Engagement apps with cross tenant application insights to monitor and support your apps. You can see your install base, tenants that tried and failed to install your app and your package versions across tenants and environments.
You can now troubleshoot forms in model driven apps using the new monitoring tool.
Announcing the public preview of Power BI embedded as a system dashboard in the Power Apps model-driven app.
Today, I’m excited to share with you one such example from Team Rubicon which helps communities with disaster recovery. Team Rubicon sits at the intersection of military veterans, technology, and medical professionals and first responders, leveraging the unique attributes of each, to help people prepare, recover, and respond during crises. Team Rubicon is using Power Apps and the Microsoft ecosystem to create elegant solutions which address some of their fundamental business challenges.