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Power Platform Weekly - Issue #19
🦸🏻♀️ Managing D365 Customer Voice Alerts Via Microsoft Teams by Megan V. Walker
🚀 Power Platform - The environment jeopardy winner! by Carsten Groth
🦸🏻♀️ Custom Connector in Power Automate by Kiril Radoslavov
🦸🏻♀️ Sending D365 Customer Voice Surveys From Your Own Domain by Megan V. Walker
🦸🏻♀️ Get started with adaptive cards in Power Automate by Pieter Veenstra
🦸🏻♀️ Understanding Security & Permissions in Field Service by Ali Khan
👩💻 Inject content into Power Apps portals form components by Nick Doelman
🦸🏻♀️ Create PDF documents from data in Power Automate by Pieter Veenstra
🦸🏻♀️ Solution Dependencies & Management by EY Kalman
🦸🏻♀️ Power Automate Desktop Setup by Roma Gupta
Tools & Code
👩💻 Add SASS to a TypeScript project for Dataverse by Benedikt Bergmann
👩💻 Let's show an image on the Power Apps Portal form, too by Alex Shlega
Richard chats with Sydney Smith who is the product manager for Secrets Management about how this PowerShell extension helps you access and manage multiple key stores in your organization and provides secrets for your PowerShell scripts.
Events & Webinars
Out of the blue
Power Apps mobile has a new look and it's now available in public preview. New experiences are introduced like a home page to access your commonly used content and gesture controls to easily favorite or shortcut an app to your home screen. When you update Power Apps from your app store, you can turn on the new look and give feedback directly from the side menu.
Microsoft announced two new experimental features for formula-based components. Behavior properties enable a component to fire a custom event into its container, such as OnChange. Property parameters enable the passing of arguments for a property evaluation, providing Microsoft's first steps toward formula-based user-defined functions.
The next update to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement On-premises is coming in Q2 2021. This release contains major updates to the Unified Interface with improved performance and a host of new and updated usability features.
The Microsoft Dynamics 365 (Preview) app for Windows is now available in Public Preview in the Microsoft Store. This new application can be installed on Windows devices and allows licensed Power Apps or Dynamics users to run model-driven apps that have been enabled for their businesses with offline capabilities.
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