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Power Platform Dev Weekly #176
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🥇 Cover Story
by Temmy Raharjo
This weeks cover story is a PCF related post from Temmy on how you can make specific attributes read only on the Power Apps Grid PCF control.
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
by the CRM Ninja
The CRM Ninja talks about three ways of how you can handle and apply appropriate level of governance to the Default environment that is available to any user who has access to the Azure tenant.
by Neil Parkhurst
We have a new feature available in Omnichannel for Customer Service! We can now use co-pilot to generate conversation and case summaries. Read this post to know about this new feature.
😎 Power Automate
by Craig White
Second one in a blog series from Craig that show a step by step to send confirmation emails for a booking app via flow.
by Benedikt Bergmann
Microsoft will start with licensing enforcement in Power Automate. This means flows not meeting the requirements will be turned off. If you are unaware of this and you (or your admin/maker) don’t take any action this could lead to problems when the functionality currently in place is suddenly not working anymore.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
by Priyesh Wagh
Modern Controls have been recently announced for Canvas apps, here’s how you can check them out.
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
In this article, you will explore the process of transforming employee data from an Excel sheet into an entity. Also, determine how this entity can be integrated into a Canvas App.
by Daniel Laskewitz
This blog post from Daniel highlights the
pac paportalcommand group that is part of the Power Platform CLI.
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