A PowerAddict PowerPlatform Gift 4 you

  When I started my powerplatform journey, I was missing an environment where I could test and develop. In the beginning I used the default solution from my employer and since I was the only one in the whole organization using powerplatform in 2018/2019, this worked out fine. But one day I wanted to useContinue reading “A PowerAddict PowerPlatform Gift 4 you”

Power Apps Flexible Height Container – Expand and Collapse Nested Galleries from Shane Young

Great overview of flexible galleries. These are actually, at least by me, used far too rarely or their ‘power’ is appreciated. a lot of information can be easily displayed and hidden. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. ThisContinue reading “Power Apps Flexible Height Container – Expand and Collapse Nested Galleries from Shane Young”

Power Automate SharePoint Item Modified flow | Track Column Changes (Version History) from Reza Dorrani

A great step-by-step guide on how to find out not only whether a column value in sharepoint has changed, but also what the resulting column value was. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video was automatically postedContinue reading “Power Automate SharePoint Item Modified flow | Track Column Changes (Version History) from Reza Dorrani”

How to export and import solutions in Microsoft Dataverse for Teams from Tomasz Poszytek

A great video with the instructions on how to export a PowerApp4Team with its DataVerse4Teams etc. and import it e.g. into another tenant. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video was automatically posted using PowerAutomate.

How to load multiple data sources into ONE collection

Often the data is not stored in just one place, but you need a combination of multiple data sources. Yes, you could also solve this with multiple collections, but this is not always a handful version. In the following examples, I will briefly show how to combine data sources that are identical. But also aContinue reading “How to load multiple data sources into ONE collection”

Form Control in Power Apps | Must know features & properties from Reza Dorrani

Great summary about Form Control as well as tips & tricks to save a lot of time. (e.g. CTRL+A, Form Layout & Undo) I would have liked to have had the tips with OnReset & OnFailure & OnSuccess a few years ago – unfortunately I was only allowed to learn it after x apps. IContinue reading “Form Control in Power Apps | Must know features & properties from Reza Dorrani”

Build CALENDAR Control in POWER APPS in Minutes | Connect to SharePoint List from Reza Dorrani

Great video of Reza modifying a standard template for a calendar in a few minutes. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video was automatically posted using PowerAutomate.

Microsoft Power Pages (Portals) for Beginners from Reza Dorrani & Daniel Christian & Dileep Singh

The video is really awesome. in a short time you get an insight & entry into power pages. the incoming questions, as well as the typical developer questions were also answered by our mvp reza & daniel. Thank you very much. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated thisContinue reading “Microsoft Power Pages (Portals) for Beginners from Reza Dorrani & Daniel Christian & Dileep Singh”

Return an array from a PowerAutomate to PowerApps (Split Method without Premium)

Basically, there are already some posts and videos on this topic. However, I would like to point out a great post incl. app for generating the function. (by Brian Dang) You can find the complete tutorial under this link:https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/return-an-array-from-a-sql-stored-procedure-to-powerapps-split-method/ Below you will find a shortened version.As already written, Brian Dang has not only provided aContinue reading “Return an array from a PowerAutomate to PowerApps (Split Method without Premium)”

How to track the current progress of a flow in the PowerApp

In some scenarios i or the user would like to see how far the Cloud Flow Process (PowerAutomate) is already after I started it via PowerApps. Unfortunately it is not possible to use “Respond to PowerApps” multiple times to show me a status update in the PowerApp. For this we can easily create a StateLogContinue reading “How to track the current progress of a flow in the PowerApp”