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Community Blog Highlights: January 2018

Have you visited the Power Apps Community blog lately? Along with rapidly growing forums, event listings, and ways to leave feedback, the Community blog is a platform for you to share ideas with your peers, industry experts, and us here at Microsoft.

 If you'd like to contribute, simply message @mackenzie_lyng, with a rough title for your post and a couple of sentences to describe your topic. Let's look at some of the great posts from January!

Posts of the Month

Every month, we’ll post highlights from the Community blog, so you can catch up on any you may have previously missed. Check out these great posts from January:

Part 1: How I migrated my Access Web App to PowerApps by Daniel Christian

This multiple-part blog series shows each step on how to migrate a sample Access App to PowerApps. In Part 1, Daniel demonstrates the Access App and how to migrate this to SharePoint Online.

PDF Viewer for a better control and files selection by PK Hong

In this blog, PK Hong shows how PowerApps can easily display PDF file linked to a URL with improved features!

Community Announcement | Introducing our latest dynamic duo: Community + Twitter! by Mackenzie Lyng

What if you could tweet directly from the PowerApps Community? Now you can! This blog shows you how to share forum posts, community blogs and accepted solutions directly from PowerApps Community site!

Part 2: How I migrated my Access Web App to PowerApps by Daniel Christian

Part 2 of the multiple-part blog series shows each step on how to migrate a sample Access App to PowerApps. This section focuses on building the core design of the PowerApp and build the View Forms.

Community Announcement | Community Blog FAQ by Mackenzie Lyng

Have a question about our Community Blog! We got you covered. Check out the PowerApps Community Blog FAQ to get answers and info about this killer content platform!

 

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