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

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

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Announcing the General Availability (GA) of Monitor in Power Apps

Since its early announcement back in October, 2019, Monitor has helped thousands of Citizen and professional developers to efficiently troubleshoot and more rapidly solve issues they come across while building their Power apps and solutions. Now, we are excited to announce this tool is generally available (GA). We have introduced a new collaborative troubleshooting capability “Connect User” in Monitor to better facilitate team collaboration and troubleshooting.

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You can now share Dataverse for Teams apps beyond a team

With broad distribution apps, you can now take an app that was built within a Teams team and share it with others inside of your company. This means you and a centralized development team can now build an app on top of Dataverse for Teams and then share it with a bunch of users who don’t belong to the original development team.

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Power Platform Stories

As we wrap up the year, we would like to share with you a set of stories curated by the Power CAT team. These stories showcase the ingenuity of a wide breadth of organizations and users that have adopted low-code and Microsoft Power Platform along with Microsoft 365, Azure, and Dynamics 365. Makers of apps, flows, reports, and chatbots have digitally transformed their business processes, and in some cases transformed organization culture, careers, and lives. We hope these serve as inspiration for you as you embark on your own Power Platform journey.

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Seattle Visiting Nurses Association transforms vaccine delivery process using Microsoft Power Platform

Seattle Visiting Nurse Association (SVNA) is a small family healthcare business based in Washington State, USA. Current CEO, and founder’s grandson, Jake Scherf has embarked on a mission to completely transform the company’s vaccination delivery system, using the rapid development speeds of agile Microsoft technologies (Power Apps, Power Automate and Microsoft Dataverse), to keep his nursing staff and their patients safe in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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