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Spanish Business Apps Summit June 4th and 5th

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The Spanish Business Apps Summit is the collaboration of Power Platform and Dynamics community members, Microsoft Staff, 65 Community Speakers and local user groups to offer two days of bilingual Spanish content. https://bizzsummit.es/

New task based and overview videos published for Dataverse and Dataverse for Teams

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A new batch of task based and overview videos have been published for Dataverse and Dataverse for Teams. These videos offer a helpful starting point for new users, and also provide some tips and tricks that could benefit existing users.

Announcing VNet Connectivity for Power Platform Dataflows (Public Preview)

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VNet Connectivity for Power Platform Dataflows (Public Preview)

Announcing public preview of Custom Pages for converging model-driven apps and canvas apps

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Announcing the public preview of Custom Pages which is a big leap forward in the convergence of model-driven apps and canvas apps into a single Power App.

February 25th Vancouver Power Apps User Group: Integrating Apps and Flows into Power BI Reports

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February 25th the Vancouver Power Apps User Group will start with May Alhajri, a digital analyst at Schlumberger delivering the first presentation and how to enable writing to the underlying data of a Power BI report using Power Apps. The second presentation will be by myself and a look at an upcoming feature that will enable initiating a Power Automate Flow from a new button type in Power BI.

Introducing Power Apps mobile app’s new look (public preview)

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Power Apps mobile has a “new look” and its now available in public preview. We’ve introduced new experiences like a home page to access your commonly used content and gesture controls to easily favorite or shortcut an app to your home screen. When you update Power Apps from your app store, you can turn on the new look and give us feedback directly from the side menu. Check out this blog to learn more!

January Power Apps Community Call: Portals, Monitoring and Azure Integration!

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Bring in the new year with an amazing set of Power Apps community all stars: Brian Knighting showing how to get started with Power Apps Portals and creating anonymous access solutions with the Power Platform. Demo Extravaganza all-star Deepak Shrivastava demystifying how to use Azure API management with the Power Platform and monitoring and simplifying Power Apps debugging by Microsoft’s own Hazim SharafelDin

3 low-code trends: why low-code will be big in your 2021 tech strategy

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Whether you’re a software developer or someone who uses technology for their job, the way we work has fundamentally changed this year. Much of the workforce was spread out and working remotely. Serving customers became a challenge. Organizations needed to transform basic pen and paper processes, like paper timesheets submitted in the office and processed manually, and digitize them quickly with minimal business disruption.

Easily activate features for model-driven apps with the new Settings solution component (Public preview)

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We are excited to announce public preview of a new solution component named Settings. Using settings, application authors can, with just a few clicks, activate or configure features for a model-driven app. This allows them to easily and quickly provide a customized experience for end-users. These settings can be created by application authors, administrators, or partners.

Power Platform Developer Tools: November Refresh

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Details of the November Refresh coming out for Power Platform CLI

Round up of the Ignite announcements for Power Apps!

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This was a huge week for Power Apps at Ignite and we want to thank everyone for joining us and continuing to engage in the community. This post includes a round up of the announcements for Power Apps at Ignite.

Power Fx: Open source now available

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The preview release of Microsoft Power Fx is now available as open source on GitHub  You can now freely integrate this Excel-like, low code programming language in all of your own projects.

Announcing the general availability of Power Apps modern commanding

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We’re very excited to announce General Availability for modern commanding. Commanding (formerly known as the Ribbon in Model-driven apps) has been re-imagined from the ground up and many new capabilities are available with this GA release.

Updating ownership for Power Apps apps

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How to update the ownership of a Power App (Model-driven and Canvas apps).

Announcing general availability of wrap for Power Apps

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Wrap for Power Apps integrates low-code enterprise apps with Power Apps mobile technology to produce secure enterprise mobile apps with rich native mobile experiences and seamless end-to-end branding suitable for customer-facing frontline worker scenarios.

Introducing Microsoft Power Platform API (preview)

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Power Platform API acts as a gateway or a single API surface that harmonizes the internal APIs from feature areas of the platform.  This results in a single endpoint (ex. api.powerplatform.com) for customers to use along with a unified set of Permissions and claims that can be requested from Azure Active Directory.

Hearing Australia – Audiologist adopts Microsoft Power Platform to transform hearing loss prevention program

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Hearing Australia is Australia’s largest provider of government-funded hearing services and have been servicing people with hearing loss in Australia for 75 years. This is an inspiring story that features Jacqui Peck, an Audiologist who taught herself Power Platform while visiting remote communities in the Australian outback. She partnered with the ICT team, as a fusion development team, to transform one of their key programs for hearing assessments. The solution was built using Dataverse, Power Apps, Power Automate and Power BI. Over 100 Community Engagement Officers and Audiologists use it each month and it has become a single source of truth for program data. This has also helped secure continued funding from a government grant.

Announcing new Dataverse auditing features

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Dataverse auditing is getting a set of new features that help Administrators to manage their audit data.

Simple Image control for model driven apps

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Today we’re pleased to announce the addition of the simple image control for model driven apps.

Reshape the future of work with Microsoft Dataverse for Teams—now generally available

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Common Data Service, the sophisticated and secure backbone that powers Dynamics 365 and Power Platform, has been renamed to Microsoft Dataverse. This low-code data platform is rapidly changing the way organizations around the world build apps and innovate business processes. A fresh name is just one part of a broader effort to introduce the power of what Dataverse can do to individuals and organizations around the world.

AI Builder now supports numerical prediction (Preview)

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AI Builder prediction models now support a preview capability to predict a number. Now you can use AI builder intelligence to predict things like product ratings, price estimates, time to completion, and so on.

New Data Loss Prevention capabilities in public preview

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Power Platform Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies now support following new features in Public Preview –  Powerful Controls : Ability to block connectors in addition to existing ability to classify connectors as ‘Business’ or ‘Non-business’  Intuitive UX : Ability to configure DLP Policies using Power Platform Admin Center (PPAC) UX Strong Fundamentals : Ability to classify HTTP connectors using PPAC UX 

Turbocharge your model-driven apps by transitioning away from synchronous requests

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Turbocharge your model-driven apps by transitioning from synchronous requests

Building an Approval experience in Canvas Apps

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This post describes how to manage Approvals in a Power Apps canvas app by leveraging a Custom connector that extends the capabilities of the Approvals connector.

Power Apps 2020 Wave I updates are out now!

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Power Apps April updates are now available, adding new capabilities for our makers, a new converged mobile player and usability improvements for the unified interface.