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Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #147
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This week’s cover story from Pieter Veenstra talks about how you could use the Graph API to access various areas within the Microsoft 365 system.
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🥇 Cover Story
Look out for these large series of posts about the Microsoft Graph API and the Power Platform.
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
Use Power Fx commands to control button visibility on Model Driven Apps.
Check this blog for different ways of user deletion in Microsoft Power Platform from Microsoft 365 admin center, Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), and Power Platform admin center.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
This is Matthew’s wishlist of the top 10 Power Apps features he would like to see added.
Interesting post for filtering on Multiselect option set column in Canvas app
😎 Power Automate
Chances are you’ve landed on this blog post because you’ve searched for how to automatically refresh a rollup field. You’re in the right place…
Within Microsoft Teams, private channels create focused spaces for collaboration where only the owners or members of the private channel can access the channel. The Microsoft Teams connector in Power Automate has an action to Post an Adaptive card in a chat or channel, which posts an adaptive card as a flow bot to a…
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
Embed a Power BI report in SharePoint
Here’s a way to identify common access issues with User Access in Power Platform Admin Center
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
Bulk Delete Cancelling in Dynamics 365 CRM - Priyesh Wagh
Back to Basics # 69: Usage of Parameters from Modern Command Designer in Dynamics CRM - Venkata Subbarao Polisetty
In this episode, Daryl and Scott talk to a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft, Scott Sewell, about the Power BI Dynamics 365 Sales Templates.
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