Power Apps Print directly to a printer with an API – PDFs, Labels, Barcodes, and more with Flow from Shane Young

Really great, what Shane Young shows. Printing from the PowerApp hasn’t been possible yet, but this workaround makes it possible.

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Power Apps change the app owner with PowerShell from Shane Young

Super tip to change the PowerApps Owner. Especially for apps that have been created by employees and are now used for the company. Thus, it does not matter whether the employee leaves the company -> The app thus remains owned by the company as owner.

Update: u can also use PowerAutomate to change the app owner.

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Power Apps Community Plan: a free development environment

Source: copied from docs.microsoft.com

If you want to build skills and learn more about Power Apps, Power Automate, and the Microsoft Dataverse, the Power Apps Community Plan is the right plan for you. The Power Apps Community Plan gives you a free development environment for individual use, where you can:

With the individual environment, you get the following functionality:

FunctionalitiesEnvironment for individual use
Key features
Create and run appsYes. You can create unlimited apps
Share apps*No
Use the DataverseYes
Model your data using the DataverseYes
Enterprise-grade administration of the environment and user policiesYes
Connectivity
Connect to Office 365, Dynamics 365, and other connectorsYes
Connect to cloud-based services like Azure SQL, Dropbox, Twitter, and many moreYes
Use premium connectors like Salesforce, DB2 and many moreYes
Access on‐premises data using an on-premises gatewayYes
Create custom connectors to connect to your own systemsYes. You can create unlimited custom connectors
Common Data Service
Create and run applications on the DataverseYes
Model your data in the DataverseYes
Create a database in the DataverseYes
Create and use dataflowsNo
Management
Add co-workers as environment makers and adminsNo
Add co-workers to the database rolesNo
Supports data policies established by the Office 365 administratorYes
Establish data policies for the individual environmentYes

*You can’t share apps, flows, connections, etc. with any other users of your tenant. You also can’t add any other user as an environment admin or maker, or to the database roles from the admin center.

Power Virtual Agents Tutorial – Adding an OTP (One time Password) from Jon Levesque

Great scenario and exciting implementation of a one-way password. I have been able to use this several times and thus force the user to authenticate if this PVA is not run via teams.k


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Power Apps Number Sequence function + ForAll, Concat, Date Times, and strings from Shane Young

The sequence function is explained with different examples. A must-know for all PowerAppers. 😉

Has been able to use this function several times in different scenarios and thus save a lot of time and nerves.


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Provision SharePoint Lists with Power Automate from April Dunnam

Learn how to use PowerAutomate to create a Sharepoint list and a Sharepoint DocLibary. This is especially useful as a template for new SharePoint lists.


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Upload & tag multiple file attachments with Power Apps from Reza Dorrani

Here I learned how to upload multiple files from Powerapps, via Flow (PowerAutomate), to Sharepoint or CDS (DataVerse). In addition, I can store metadata on the uploaded files.


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Power Apps filter multiple selections – Exact or All options – Try again from Shane Young

In this video you will learn “RenameColumn”, “AddColumn” and “Clearcollect with multiple selection”. I like these features because it allows me to optimize performance.


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Using global variables in Power Virtual Agents from Tomasz Poszytek

Here I learned how to set a global variable. (in PowerApps this would be SET) The simple variables are otherwise only available in the current topic. (in PowerApps this would be UPDATECONTEXT)


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