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Headshot of article author Yogesh Gupta

Note: This blog is in continuation of the announcement of modern controls coming to canvas apps & new look for model driven apps. We thank our community and users for the active engagement on the journey to modernize Power Apps. This blog outlines the modernization updates we rolled out or are rolling out on both…

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Headshot of article author Tristan Dehove

We built Power Apps on Windows (General Available since June 2022) so that your apps can take advantage of advanced device capabilities and offline support from your PC or tablet. We’ve added some great new features that we’d like to share with you. What’s new? Recent and pinned apps. Find recent apps and pin favorite…

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Headshot of article author Lance Delano

We are excited to announce enhanced security for implicitly shared connections in Power Apps. Many customers have asked for this feature, and it is now available in all commercial regions as Experimental Preview. Power Apps’ implicitly shared connections are ones that use a fixed credential such as a SQL Server connection string rather than the…

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Headshot of article author Caitlin Shaw

We are pleased to announce that admin-configured maker welcome content is now available for the Power Apps maker portal. Today, admins rely on sending welcome emails, creating wikis, and setting up internal portals to educate makers. Since this information can be presented in so many different places, makers may miss important communication. With the maker…

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Headshot of article author Lance Delano

We are excited to announce direct access to Dataverse actions in Power Fx formulas as an Experimental release. As a part of the Power Fx language, authors can now directly invoke a Dataverse action within a formula. A new Power Fx ‘Environment’ language object that authors can add to their app enables access to Dataverse…

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Headshot of article author Hemant Gaur

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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