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Everything You Need to Know About Power Platform – January 2022

The big news this month is the release of the next Release Wave Plan. As if we were all excited enough about Power Platform, this is over 100 pages of excitement for your bedtime reading pleasure. It isn’t quite a page turner but, still good to be in the know. Those highlights dominate this article….

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What’s New with Power Platform – December 2021

Happy New Year and warm wishes to everyone as we move into 2022 together. Microsoft continues to spoil us with continued updates to the platform as we look to hold true to our New Year’s Resolutions. Say no to spreadsheets. (No excel as a data source) Release wave 2 for Power Platform is wrapping up…

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What’s New with Power Platform – November 2021

Microsoft Ignite kicked off this month with positive news for Power Platform with developers and Microsoft Teams continuing to be the focus. New connectors, artificial intelligence, and a much-needed makeover for Power BI, all new in Power Platform for November. Hope you enjoy all the latest updates!  Why isn’t your app in Teams?  With Teams growing at…

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What’s New with Power Platform – October 2021 Edition

Lots to cover this month! So, let’s get started with what’s new with Power Platform in October 2021. Release wave 2 has been rolling out, but Microsoft has released some updates above and beyond the release wave. Performance improvements, quality of life improvements, and as always, new Power Automate connectors have been introduced this month….

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What’s New with Power Platform – September 2021

Automate together Collaboration has now become much easier in Power Automate. The new co-presence feature will allow multiple users to edit a flow simultaneously. If you have ever used Excel or Word online collaboration, you will recognize the new user icons next to the save button that indicate all of the users editing the flow with you. There…

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What’s New with Power Platform – August 2021 Edition

As mentioned last month, the Power Platform release wave two commenced in August. While not all of the planned features were released on schedule, some useful updates were made to model-driven apps. Model-Driven Last month we discussed polymorphic lookups in Dataverse (Preview). This month, the changes come in the form of advanced lookups in model-driven apps. Advanced lookups allow users to…

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What’s New with Power Platform – July 2021

I am headed out on a family vacation so I plan to keep this one short and sweet but did not want to miss the opportunity to tell you about some of the great things happening across the Power Platform. There is a little bit for everyone. Power Platform release wave 2 plan: Ride the…

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What’s New with Power Platform – June 2021

The year is halfway over! That is crazy to think about, so I won’t. Either way, welcome to the second half of the year where Power Platform continues to rise higher and higher like the mercury here in the Northern Hemisphere. I hope you are staying cool, sitting by the pool, reading all of these…

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Everything You Need to Know About Power Platform May 2021

With Build being this month a lot of the announcements came out via Build and while it is a developer conference I would say most of the stuff is not traditional dev focused. I would also mention that almost nothing here is applicable today, they are more where are we headed. Speaking of headed, if…

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Everything You Need to Know about Power Platform – April 2021

Greetings true believers! April has everything from Power Apps printing to spiffy new connectors, and even smarter AI. Sorry, I am a day late but thankfully not a dollar short. My kids had soccer (football for the rest of world) tournaments all weekend and…. I am just behind. It happens.  Power Apps: 1 – Paperless…

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