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What’s new: Power Apps November 2022 Feature Update

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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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Power Apps at Build Developer Virtual Conference, 2020

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The Power Platform has several sessions at the Build Developer Virtual Conference including rebroadcasting of “Accelerating enterprise app development with Power Platform”. The sessions included in this post show how professional developers can harness the capabilities of a no-code/low-code platform to rapidly create applications and work with citizen developers to accelerate an organizations development efforts. 

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What is new and exciting for Power Virtual Agents Webinar May 15th

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Since the release of Power Virtual Agents December of 2019, the development team has added a myriad of new features!  In this webinar your hosts Reza Dorrani, Tomasz Poszytek and Charles Sterling will take you on a tour of these new features, show you how to use them, walk through hard earned best practices and make themselves available to answer your questions.

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AI Builder now supports predicting multiple outcomes (Preview)

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AI Builder prediction models now support a preview capability to predict multiple outcomes. Now you can use AI builder intelligence to predict things like is shipping going to be early, on time or late. Or will the business flow be completed as a success, a failure or cancelled.

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Gain deep insights into your Power Platform adoption with the CoE Starter Kit

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The Center of Excellence (CoE) Starter Kit is a set of templates that are designed to help get started with developing a strategy for adopting, maintaining and supporting the Power Platform, with a focus on Power Apps and Power Automate. A core part of the CoE Starter Kit is a Power BI Dashboard that provides you with a holistic view with visualizations and insights into resources in your tenant: environments, apps, flows, connectors, connection references, makers and audit logs. In this post, discover what’s new and what you can learn from the dashboard.

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