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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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Headshot of article author Manuela Pichler

In 2019, we launched the Center of Excellence (CoE) Starter Kit – a set of templates that are designed to help you get started with developing a strategy for adopting, maintaining and supporting Microsoft Power Platform, with a focus on Power Apps and Power Automate. In the past three years we’ve continued to evolve and innovate as we learn from our customers. Today we’re excited to announce that the CoE Starter Kit can now use data provided by self-serve analytics as a foundation for inventory and telemetry, enabling rich insights built for scale.

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Headshot of article author Chris Baldwin

A new Power Fx editing experience Today we are announcing a new Power Fx formula editing experience in Power Apps Studio.  The new formula editor is available an experimental feature that we encourage you to turn on in your apps and try out!  The new editor is based on the powerful Monaco shared code editor […]

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Headshot of article author Zankar Desai

Power Apps is excited to share that users can now request a license from their admin – directly in product! If a user is trying to run an app that requires a license, they will see the option to ‘Request a license’, in addition to the buy a license or start a trial option (if […]

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Announcing a next-generation AI Copilot in Microsoft Power Apps that will transform low-code development

Headshot of article author Ryan Cunningham

Today, we’re announcing a next-generation AI Copilot in Microsoft Power Apps that will transform how we build and interact with software applications. With the power of large language models, we are advancing to the next step in the evolution of code abstraction—moving from custom code, to low-code, to natural language authoring where human and machine work side by side to build applications together.

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Headshot of article author Tristan Dehove

Projects can cross company boundaries. Users need to be able to access all the apps shared to them from any tenant on all of their devices. For these scenarios, Power Apps lets users share apps with guest users from other tenants. I’m happy to announce that now it is very easy for guest users to […]

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Headshot of article author Anthony Uitz

Cards for Power Apps is a recent addition to the low code lineup, announced as public preview in September, that empowers business users and developers alike to create interactive, embeddable, data-driven, lightweight mini-apps that bring context and actions directly into Teams conversations. Today we are excited to announce that cards for Power Apps can be […]

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