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Power Apps brings collaboration to center stage with 3 big announcements

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As we kick off the first ever Microsoft Power Platform Conference to a sold-out crowd buzzing with energy, the power of a thriving and collaborative low code community has never been clearer. Our major product announcements today reflect that truth. We’re excited to share three important new ways to collaborate – whether you’re building an app together with a team, looking for help inside your company, or taking Teams itself to the next level as a collaborative workplace.

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Asking new questions: How a Project Manager became a Power Apps champion

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As a project manager with Providence specializing in healthcare finance, Wyendie knows that sometimes all it takes to get started is a good idea—and a few colleagues willing to support it. While some companies are naturally poised to enact change quickly, others must take a bit more time. The detailed nature of finance and the complexity of healthcare means that change happens more slowly. But that also comes with the risk of being left behind. And Wyendie was determined to ensure that did happen at her company. But before she could transform her field, Wyendie first had to find a solution to a very old problem.

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Enabling efficiency: How a disciplined Operation Lead became a Power Apps champion

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A successful career in manufacturing hasn’t offered Loretta a lot of experience with technology. It has, however, given her a unique perspective on how to maximize efficiency. She knew, for example, that if her co-workers at the paper mill had easy access to important information, they could solve many issues on their own and get back up and running more quickly. And an efficient way to provide that information would be through an app. Despite her lack of tech expertise, Loretta figured that, with Power Apps, she could just jump in and figure it out. And she was right.

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August Power Apps Community Call: Performance Insights, event calendar apps and game development

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The August Power Apps community call we will be looking at: How the Feed your dragon game was created by Gerard Simpson, building Event Calendar Apps by Juli Reid. Varda Shrivastava will walk through how to analyze Model-driven applications performance data using Performance Insights. Power Platform Patterns and Practices updates by April Dunham with host and creator of the Power Apps community call, Power Platform MVP, Todd Baginski covering what’s new in Power Platform.

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