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What’s new: Power Apps March 2024 Feature Update

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. This month we’ve got a great set of updates for Makers, Admins, and users across Power Apps, Dataverse and Copilot.

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Headshot of article author Marcel Ferreira

I’m excited to announce that Power Platform is now a connected service in Visual Studio 2022 Preview! Code-first developers will now be able to create both APIs and connectors from within Microsoft Visual Studio, thereby minimizing context switching when developing custom connectors for Microsoft Power Platform. Let’s explore how to create a simple Power apps […]

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Headshot of article author Tristan Dehove

We built Power Apps on Windows (General Available since June 2022) so that your apps can take advantage of advanced device capabilities and offline support from your PC or tablet. We’ve added some great new features that we’d like to share with you. What’s new? Recent and pinned apps. Find recent apps and pin favorite […]

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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 including […]

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Headshot of article author Lance Delano

We are excited to announce enhanced security for implicitly shared connections in Power Apps. Many customers have asked for this feature, and it is now available in all commercial regions as Experimental Preview. Power Apps’ implicitly shared connections are ones that use a fixed credential such as a SQL Server connection string rather than the […]

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Headshot of article author Yogesh Gupta

Following on from the launch of the new look for model driven apps, we’re making the same modern controls available to canvas apps through an opt in preview. The new controls bring the following improvements:  Modern – A focused and less cluttered design that supports richer interaction states and elevation, provides a higher usability baseline […]

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Headshot of article author Jesse Parsons

We are excited to announce the public preview of solution checker enforcement, a new feature in Managed Environments that gives admins much more control over the customizations in their environments! Solution checker enforcement allows you to block or warn on solution imports with critical severity violations, as defined in the solution checker rules. These violations […]

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Headshot of article author Anthony Uitz

Scanning barcodes is a critical part of many frontline worker workflows – whether you are managing shelves in a retail store, inventorying goods in a warehouse, managing assets on the factory floor, or accessing records in a hospital. We are excited to share the immediate general availability (GA) of the improved barcode reader control. Workers […]

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Headshot of article author Dimpi Gandhi

Microsoft is a leader in enterprise low-code application platforms. We’re excited to announce that our first 18 learners have successfully graduated from the Microsoft Power Up Program, a 12-week skilling program designed to enable non-technical professionals to successfully advance their careers with low-code application development using Microsoft Power Platform technologies. Congratulations, graduates! Power Up Program popularity […]

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