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Power Apps is making it easier for developers to build with Microsoft Copilot and each other

Headshot of article author Ryan Cunningham

Power Apps is now used by more than 25 million users every month, with an increasing number of those apps delivered by dedicated teams of professionals. We’re investing in the end-to-end experience of these developer teams, bringing together Copilot and human collaborators to be able to deliver impactful and scalable apps faster than ever.

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Headshot of article author Zankar Desai

We are happy to announce that the SAP OData connector is now available in public preview in all regions for Power Apps and Power Automate. During public preview, you can test the ability to create Power Automate cloud flows that access SAP data through the SAP OData connector, a premium connector, and provide feedback. The availability of the SAP OData connector opens access to scenarios across the SAP product portfolio.

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Headshot of article author Casey Burke

This post captures a large number of new and recent updates in context of the broader vision and user journey for ALM in Power Platform. Learn about these capabilities, how they work together, and how to align your organization’s ALM strategy for the next generation of growth.

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Headshot of article author Greg Lindhorst

We are making a small syntax change to how column names are specified in AddColumns, DropColumns, ShowColumns, RenameColumns, Search, GroupBy, Ungroup, and DataSourceInfo functions.  Today they need to be wrapped in double quotes as a text string, but tomorrow they will not.  We will automatically update the syntax in existing apps to reflect the new syntax.  The change makes these functions consistent with other uses of column names, easier to use by no longer requiring logical names, and consistent with other Power Fx 1.0 hosts such as Copilot Studio, Power Automate Desktop, and Cards that have been using this new syntax for the last year.

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