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What’s new: Power Apps July 2022 Feature Update

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Welcome to the inaugural 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!

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Announcing the general availability of canvas components and component libraries

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Canvas components and components libraries empower low-code/no-code citizen developers to build reusable UX components which can be used across screens in an app or across apps in an environment. Canvas libraries along with the apps can be packaged and moved to other environments using standard Dataverse solutions and you can push component updates through solutions.

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Access Migration to Power Apps and Dataverse is released to General Availability

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Beginning today, Microsoft Access users can migrate their data into Power Apps and Dataverse.  Customers who have the current or monthly channel for Microsoft 365 and Office can update their Microsoft Access to make use of the Dataverse Connector and migration tool. The Access migration tool and connector provided within MS Access streamlines the process of migrating tables, relationships, and data with setup taking just a few minutes, and migration handled for you.

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Announcing New Data Sources for the Virtual Connection Provider

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I am happy to announce that we are adding Excel and SharePoint to the Virtual Connection Providers for Virtual Tables. You may have used the SQL virtual connection provider during its public preview and now we are happy to respond to you requests for more data sources by enabling this functionality for two of the largest external data sources for Power Apps.

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6 people who changed careers with low-code from Power Apps

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The tech sector is booming with jobs and opportunities. But for some people, the question is: how do I get in? Few people have degrees in computer science, IT, or engineering—so, coding jobs seem out of reach. However, with low-code app tools, some grit and curiosity, anyone can now realize a career in tech. This is one of the most exciting elements of Microsoft Power Platform.

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