Power Platform Dev Weekly #151
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This is the week that Wave 1 gets released for your preview, make sure you take in the changes and work the new and exciting developments into your plans. Some things you will want to ensure your business users are at least aware of before they become part of their solution. One of the good and bad things about SAAS evergreen applications!
Also, Hardit Barhit is working his way through the alphabet this month, ensure you take in as many letters as you can to educate & entertain yourself.
Microsoft feature releases and announcements
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🥇 Cover Story
Terho Antila has an excellent control to guide a user whilst learning an application or for new apps. Brilliant use of functionality to help the process of transforming a business.
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
Learn all about how to add multiple screens to custom pages in Hardit’s latest blog.
In this article, Nishant shows how you could move the Marketing configurations/data from one environment to another using the Configuration Migration Tool.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
This SharePoint delegation cheat sheet is the quickest way to check which Power Apps functions support delegation.
Different countries follow different date formats. Learn how to format dates in Power Apps the efficient way!
😎 Power Automate
Debajit shows how comments are a great feature to add information for SharePoint list item. You can put in additional information for each list item and also tag users. Once you tag them, they will receive a notification too. Read to know more..
In this post, Natraj demonstrates how you can use the Azure Data Explorer connector to offload these JSON processing to Kusto.
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
Fallback queues are a useful piece of functionality in Unified Routing that ensures customer interactions are addressed by the correct agents and not missed by an organization. In this post we will look at how fallback queues work in Unified Routing and how to set them up.
Check out this post from Clement to know what can we do with Dynamics 365 CRM & some AI/ML today.
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
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