Power Platform Weekly - Issue #42
Tricia Sinclair shows us how to add Facebook as part of your omnichannel, in order to provide awesome customer feedback. "..According to Smart Insights , 47% of customers will voice their complaint on social media and according to Go Globe, 60% of customers expect a response to their complaint on social media within an hour."
🦸🏻♀️ How To Make Dialogs For Model-Driven Apps Using Custom Pages by Diana Birkelbach
🦸🏻♀️ Custom Data Restrictions in Customer Voice by Amey Holden
🦸🏻♀️ Handling Required Fields & Marketing Forms by Megan V. Walker
🦸🏻♀️ Power Automate “Fix the Trigger” Issue (and how to fix) by Nick Doelman
🦸🏻♀️ Power BI Paginated Reports ALM by Alex Shlega
🦸🏻♀️ Check order status with Power Virtual Agent & flow by Dian Taylor
🦸🏻♀️ Attach Signed DocuSign document to a note in Dataverse using Power Automate cloud flow by Danish Naglekar
🦸🏻♀️ Let's add terms and conditions to a Model Driven App using Custom Page by Mehdi El Amri
🦸🏻♀️ Performance Insights for Model-Driven Apps by Priyesh Wagh
🦸🏻♀️ Power Apps Search Function Delegation Warning Workarounds by Matthew Devaney
Tools & Code
A new feature has recently got into public preview by Microsoft, which is the ability to manipulate your requests and or responses from a custom connector within the Power Automate platform. Matt Beard shows us how we can run C# in a fully supported way directly on the low code platform.
👩💻 Create a Power Automate custom connector from Postman V2 Collection by Mohamed Ashiq Faleel
👩💻 Working with the Expand Calendar Function in Power BI Desktop by Joe Griffin
Simplify your app authoring experience with the latest updates in Power Apps. The new modern app designer makes model-driven apps far more accessible and easier to build. Customize pages, then generate Power Fx formulas that write themselves when you specify what you want using natural language. Emma Cooper, Senior Program Manager for Microsoft Power Apps, joins Jeremy Chapman to share how these updates make it easier to build apps and bring in advanced functionality with very low code.
Charles Lamanna and Ryan Cunningham talk about what types of solutions people are building using the platform, who uses the platform, and who the most common type of “Low Code” users are. Also, they chat about Microsoft’s Dataverse as a key part of the Power Platform and what it is, and how someone new to these technologies gets up and running to try it out and get started.
Events & Webinars
Out of the blue
Over the past year and a half, Microsoft Power Automate doubled down on its investments in the robotic process automation (RPA) space, through acquisition and new product and capability launches. Those investments have paid off if you look at the new Gartner Magic Quadrant!
For the first time ever you can use command designer and Power Fx to customize model-driven app command bars! This week, Microsoft introduced many new low-code capabilities that also work with custom pages in converged apps.
Microsoft Power Platform has been a service to cater to all developers – citizen developers, pro developers, IT professionals, etc. This story from Japan, tells about a career transformation journey with Microsoft Power Automate Desktop.
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