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Copy and Paste controls across Canvas Apps available

We are excited to announce that now you will be able to cut, copy and paste canvas app controls across different apps in PowerApps web studio. This capability allows you to reuse components and designs that you have made in other apps without rebuilding and restyling. Anyone can now copy controls with their formulas and properties from another app to their own. Want to reuse that specially styled dropdown you made in another one of your apps? Copy and paste it by selecting the desired control(s), use the keyboard command Ctrl/Cmd+C, navigate to another app in the web browser, and use the keyboard command Ctrl/Cmd+V.

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PowerApps update

Hello everyone, today we released the latest version of PowerApps that has a couple of updates:Closed Captions in video playerWe are in the midst of a large effort to make both the consumption and…

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Implementing Offline Capability In Your App

Read this blog to see an example of building basic offline capabilities in your PowerApps app. If your app users need to access some data or save some data even when they don't have the internet connection, you'll find this article helpful.

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Missing media on your apps? A quick fix.

If you have published apps in the last 2 weeks with media files embedded, you may have noticed some of that media went missing after publish. We have identified this as an issue and have pushed a fix to ensure this will not happen moving forward. Follow these steps to see if you were affected by the issue and quickly resolve if so.

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PowerApps update

Hello everyone, today we released a PowerApps update with a few new features that we cooked up over the holidays.Upgrade of data record limitIf you are working with a data source that does not…

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Learn to Build Activity Feed Apps for SharePoint Lists Using Search Results

Paul Culmsee is a business strategist, Microsoft MVP, app maker, and all up technology enthusiast who is always willing to share professional experiences, best practices, and fun app stories! Today I'd like to highlight one of his latest blogs which he entitled "How to make a PowerApps activity feed via SharePoint search". This 3-part series of blogs truly showcase how we can combine the rich features and services in Office 365, SharePoint, Azure, and PowerApps to create highly practical and beautiful business applications for productivity and collaboration.

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