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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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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.

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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.

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