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Now in preview: customize Teams with built-in Power Platform capabilities

The public preview of fully embedded Power Platform capabilities in Microsoft Teams is now open. Starting today, millions of Teams users can make and use custom tabs, personal apps, chat bots, and more using a powerful onboard database and approachable low-code tools from the Power Platform.  As the world continues to adapt to the reality of Remote Work, tailoring the digital workplace to meet the needs of rapidly transforming businesses has never been more important. That’s why we are including these new capabilities at no additional cost for millions of Teams customers.

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Improvements to Cascading Merge Transactions

We are continuing to improve how we handle cascading operations in the Common Data Service for model driven apps and Dynamics 365 to allow you to be more productive. Last year, we made core changes to cascade assign and delete. Now we are making similar improvements to merge operations.

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A Closer Look at Data Platform Capabilities in Project Oakdale

Project Oakdale delivers a built-in, low-code data platform for Teams and enables everyone to easily build and deploy apps and intelligent chatbots in Teams with Microsoft Power Apps and Microsoft Power Virtual Agents. This follow up post provides additional detail on some of the key capabilities in Project Oakdale as well as some of the differences between Project Oakdale and the Common Data Service.

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Introducing Project Oakdale, a new low-code data platform for Microsoft Teams

The COVID-19 crisis has rapidly changed the way we live and work, and many organizations have shifted to remote work or are implementing a hybrid remote work approach as they reopen physical locations. To support this shift to hybrid remote work, we continue to improve the Microsoft Power Platform integration with Microsoft Teams to enable our customers to tailor Microsoft 365 to their needs and empower everyone to be a developer using low-code tools.

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Using Business Process Flows in a Canvas App

In this blog post, we will see how one can use various out-of-box Power Platform capabilities to build a flexible control to render a business process flow within a Canvas app. We’ve also included a pre-built solution as a sample implementation. The solution leverages Canvas Components, Common Data Service APIs via a custom connector and flows to build a re-usable component that can be used with any business process flow.

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