07-24-2020 17:06 PM - last edited 07-24-2020 17:14 PM
We’re delighted to announce v1.1 of the Power Platform Return to the workplace solution. We’ve heard your feedback and incorporated many of the requirements our customers have been asking for with this release. The new solution will be released on AppSource today. Summary is here but please also see below for more details.
APSOURCE REL 1.1 links
Location Readiness Dashboard
Workplace Care Management Dashboard
Facility Management Dashboard
Reopen responsibly, monitor intelligently, and protect continuously with solutions for a safer work environment. Equip facility managers and task force leaders to make informed decisions to safely reopen locations. Empower employees to return confidently with self-service tools for working safely and productively. Help health and safety leaders ensure the care and well-being of your workforce.
Apologies for the inconvenience. We have started an investigation to look into this error. In the meanwhile, can you please send us some additional details regarding the version you are running? You can get this by clicking on the gear icon on the top right and clicking on About.
The solution uses Dataflex Pro (or Common Data Service) to actually store the data. Unfortunately, that isn't included in the Office 365 license.
Good morning community! One of the challenges that I see with the Return to workplace application right now is the inability to provide arrival times when staff go through the screening/attestation workflow in the app, when attempting to secure a reservation. I'd like to be able to have three distinct arrival windows that staff can select from:
1) 7:30 am - 8:30 am ET
2) 8:30 am - 9:30 am ET
3) 9:30 am - 10:30 am ET
Similar to the being able to manage the building occupancy levels (% of total seats), I'd like to be able to set a threshold for arrivals, so that our reception areas are not being over run with staff arriving at the same time, and having to wait for excessive time to sign-in, get their temperature taken, secure their PPE, and then have to stand in yet another line to take an elevator ride.
Has anyone thought their way through this type of challenge here?
Thank you for this. We are considering such a feature for the roadmap. We are looking at having limited building "slots" or "seats" that support social distancing. We will consider preassigning #slots per predefined entry time so that it creates the staggering you suggest.
Great looking app but the requirement to need licenses for CDS makes it very costly. Our company has everyone on E5 licenses.
Can this be modified to use SharePoint as the backend?
Ran into an issue on Step 5: Embed the Power BI report in the model-driven app. Item #4 in this step says to create a new solution, export, unpack and update the form XML file. If I create a new solution, and follow the steps, when unpack it, it does not contain a form XML file. What am I missing here. Thanks!