Unboxing my Microsoft MVP Award box. Find out what’s inside the box!
The print function allows you to select any screen and fit it to a page in order to send it to a printer for printing or allows you to save it as a PDF file. The different configurations of the screen enable different printing outcomes. For fixed screens, they fit the size of the page, for use of the screen templates/special sized screens, we will fit the content to the size of the print.
It’s as easy as Launch(“tel:/206-206-2062”) for all curious. Demonstrate it to your peers! Let the coworkers jealous by pointing out why they aren’t using PowerApps.
In this episode, we will talk about Filter, Search and LookUp. These functions look up the records in the table that satisfy the formula. We will learn how to use Filter to find records that match one or more conditions and discard the records that do not match, LookUp to find a single record that matches one or more conditions, and Search to looks up a record in the table that contains a string in multiple columns.
In this episode, we will talk about shopping carts in PowerApps. We will use the SharePoint list to create a list of the product item, use the collection to create a cart, and then use Patch to move it to another SharePoint list as a product order.
A service principal is created by registering an Azure AD application and then creating a corresponding application user in CDS. If we choose to sign in with an individual user, the CDS action runs in that user context, and in auditing, it shows as the user performed that action. It may cause problems in some scenarios like audit checks/troubleshooting. So better way to do it is to sign in with the service principal/application user. By creating a service principal, we are indirectly creating identification for the flow.
We’ll walk through a step-by-step tutorial for building an Excel-like Editable table/grid in this video on Power Apps Editable Excel-like Gallery or Table (Tutorial). To build the editable grid and live to update our data source, we’ll use Power Apps Galleries.
When a connector fails, Power Automate’s default response is to exit the workflow immediately and report the entire run as a failure. Most of the time, this is what you want, but there are times when you need to treat a mistake on your own and take custom steps, such as ignoring it or applying a retry pattern. In this tutorial, I will walk through how we can do error handling in Power Automate.
In this episode, I will show you how to create a signature with PowerApps and Power Automate with Microsoft Word Template Using Pen Input in PowerApps and save the document as PDF.
In this video, You will see how anyone can now create a PowerAutomate directly inside Microsoft Teams using Power Apps to kickstart your efforts. #MicrosoftPowerApps #MicrosoftTeam #Dataverse