Power Automate get SharePoint Group Members & flow code snippets from Reza Dorrani

A very PowerFull tip from Reza in this video. We all know the “Add to clipboard” function. I already knew that this TAB works across the board. But the fact that you can simply pass on the “code” and then insert it will make my day-to-day work enormously easier.

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Power Apps: Planning SharePoint Lists Relationships from Daniel Christian

I think these videos are fundamental when using PowerApps with SharePoint. You not only save your nerves, but also unnecessary workarounds -> Because with this tip you can interact easily and directly in the PowerApp.

I personally use the knowledge especially in SharePoint Customized Forms (with PowerApps). I don’t use LookUp columns or similar in the SharePoint list, but only within the app. So I have a better and easier control, where I can directly enter the functions without using any long “code snippets”.

Power Apps change the app owner with PowerAutomate

In the post of 2020-12-09 I showed the video of Shane Young, where it is shown how to change the AppOwner using PowerShell. However, there is another, perhaps even easier way to change the AppOwner. Using PowerAutomate.

Why should I change the owner of the app, which is the creator? One of the reasons that comes to mind is that the person has left the company, or you want to transfer all apps to one account.

Here is the short tutorial on how to change the AppOwner of PowerApps using PowerAutomate.

Here you can see the simple structure of a flow, which is triggered manually.

Next, the new AppOwner is searched for in the action “Search for user”. Make sure that this is unique and that only one user is found.

Then use the action “Set App Owner” and fill in the fields. Under Environment Name you can get the ID from the URL above. (2. on the picture below) The same applies to the PowerApp name. Just insert the App ID here. (1. on the picture below)

Finally insert the ID that comes from the action “Seach for user” and the AppOwner will be changed. (if you have the permissions)

 

Power Apps Date Difference Calculations for Business Days from Reza Dorrani

Calculation of days exclusive weekends and holidays in the Powerapp.

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Authentication in Power Apps Portals- Oliver Rodrigues from Oliver Rodrigues

A great quick summary of how to use authentication in the PowerApps Portals. In addition, some customize tips are shown and there is a small overview of the power of portals.


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Power Apps Responsive Containers & Screen Templates from Reza Dorrani

This is another great video about responsive design of a PowerApp. Here, however, solved with containers. This means a lot of work, but it will greatly improve the UIX.


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Power Automate Approval Timeout with Escalations & Delegations from Reza Dorrani

In this video, Reza Dorrani shows how best to deal with the annoying topic with the timeout of a flow. I particularly like the idea of reading mail tips for the Approval recipient and starting a condition for it based on an auto-reply.


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How to Test Dynamic Row-Level Security in Power BI from Pragmatic Works

If you want to filter the data in a PowerBi dashboard based on the logged-in user, then RLS (Row-Level Security) is exactly what you need. This means that users only see their legitimate data in the dashboards and no other data. For example, these would be sales figures or personal employee data.


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