Power Platform Weekly - Issue #97
Welcome to Power Platform Weekly!
Last week brought us the CoE Starter Kit September 2022 release. Note the important announcement, no further investments in the CoE Starter Kit version for Dataverse for Teams.
The Power CAT team presented Power Platform Administration Planning, a standalone module in the CoE Starter Kit.
Public Preview of Content Security Policy for Power Apps was announced.
Thanks for reading and have a great week!
🦸🏻♀️ Pieter Veenstra shows us how to achieve word-based search on data in Power (canvas) apps galleries, using just a few simple formulas.
🦸🏻♀️ Regarding self-service capabilities Dynamics 365 Human Resources (now back available in FnO) provides some good options. Ana Inés Urrutia zooms in and tells us more about this module.
👩💻 Linn Zaw Win discoved an issue when a pre-operation plugin sends invalid input parameters. This results in no trace-logs - so how do you debug? Read to find out.
🦸🏻♀️ Create custom notifications on e-mail opens by Dian Taylor
🦸🏻♀️ Listing all SharePoint sites and lists used in cloud flows by Antti Pajunen (Forward Forever)
🦸🏻♀️ Series: Build Power Apps that don't look like Power Apps - Material Design part 2 by Luise Freese
🤵🏻 The team kicks off their return from summer vacation with an interview, hosting Liz Hallen from Dynamics User Group (DUG) to discuss DynamicsCon Live (happening this week!) and all other things DUG-related. Thanks for tuning back in!
👩💻 Shrikanth Balla, product lead for Mavim Portal, focuses his efforts on the challenge of helping an organization's people access process models and consume the guidance to incorporate IT into their work. Shrikanth explains more about where the concepts of business process modeling and digital twins align, as well as one of the critical touchpoints for process consumption, the enterprise systems like Dynamics ERP and CRM, and Power Platform solutions.
🧭 Discover the framework to achieve gender equity Allies are essential for creating change and achieving gender equity. Gavriella Schuster is working to teach more people how they can become inclusive allies. During her more than 25 years at Microsoft, most recently as Channel Chief, Gavriella was a change agent for gender equity at the company and beyond to the channel ecosystem. She left in 2021 to focus on helping others become allies within their own ecosystems. Her e-book “BeCOME ALLIES” shares a framework for great allyship and gives practical ways for people to get started. In this Beyond the Blue Badge episode, Gavriella sits down with host Ali Spain to discuss her experience as a woman leading at Microsoft, how being the “only” in the room propelled her into this work, and six actions you can take to become a supportive ally and why it’s crucial for change.
📅 Events & Webinars
📅 September 20th-22th - The first annual Microsoft Power Platform Conference. This event is jam-packed with Microsoft’s senior thought leaders, software engineers, and community experts - all focused on uniting humanity and technology.
📅 October 14h-15th - A completely free-of-charge two-day event for professional people working with Microsoft technology. It focuses on all three pillars of the Microsoft platform: Business Applications, Modern Workplace, and Azure.
💙 Out of the Blue
🚀 A new addition to the Center of Excellence Starter Kit has been announced: Administration Planning. This helps you plan your team structure and review where you spend time. It exists of a Model Driven App and a Power BI dashboard.
👩💻🚀 Content Security Policy (CSP) is currently supported in model-driven and canvas Power Apps. Admins can control whether the CSP header is sent and, to an extent, what it contains. The settings are at the environment level, which means it would be applied to all apps in the environment once turned on.
🚀 Based on customer feedback, the Power BI team introduced AAD-based filtration to the Power BI Datamart preview tenant setting, enabling Power BI Service Admins to limit the ability to create Datamarts to specific groups or individuals.
👩💻🚀 The new component for Vue makes it possible to embed Power BI content in your Vue application in a simple way, allowing you to make the most of both Vue and Power BI embedded for bringing analytics to your users wherever they are quickly and easily.
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