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mardex
Helper II
Helper II

Flow Deleting old Versions on Sharepoint

Good day,

 

I have to run a flow each day to update datas. When I run them a new Version of the document is always created.

I have around 24 GB of Datas, Each File multiplied by 100. 
So I have 1,4 TB of data and my Storage is full.

 

MY QUESTION: Does anybody know how to delete all old Versions of a File in Sharepoint as it is not possible to set Versions to a lower Number then 100

 

Thanks


BRGDS
Jan Held

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mardex
Helper II
Helper II

I mean delete with FLOW!!!! not manually


@mardex wrote:

Good day,

 

I have to run a flow each day to update datas. When I run them a new Version of the document is always created.

I have around 24 GB of Datas, Each File multiplied by 100. 
So I have 1,4 TB of data and my Storage is full.

 

MY QUESTION: Does anybody know how to delete all old Versions of a File in Sharepoint as it is not possible to set Versions to a lower Number then 100

 

Thanks


BRGDS
Jan Held


 

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Hi @mardex,

 

Please refer to the following steps to delete the old versions of each file in the SharePoint library:

 

Step 1: Add Get files(properties only) action to get files in the list.

Step 2: Add Send an HTTP request to SharePoint

Method: GET
Uri: _api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl('Dynamic content of Folder Path')/Files('Dynamic content of File name with extension')/Versions

Annotation 2019-08-29 150852.pngStep 3: Parse JSON, put the body of the previous action into the Content of Parse JSON action, then click the button "Use sample payload" to generate schema to paste the following schema:

{
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"d": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"results": {
"type": "array",
"items": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"__metadata": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"id": {
"type": "string"
},
"uri": {
"type": "string"
},
"type": {
"type": "string"
}
}
},
"CreatedBy": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"__deferred": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"uri": {
"type": "string"
}
}
}
}
},
"CheckInComment": {
"type": "string"
},
"Created": {
"type": "string"
},
"ID": {
"type": "integer"
},
"IsCurrentVersion": {
"type": "boolean"
},
"Length": {
"type": "string"
},
"Size": {
"type": "integer"
},
"Url": {
"type": "string"
},
"VersionLabel": {
"type": "string"
}
},
"required": [
"__metadata",
"CreatedBy",
"CheckInComment",
"Created",
"ID",
"IsCurrentVersion",
"Length",
"Size",
"Url",
"VersionLabel"
]
}
}
}
}
}
}

 

Annotation 2019-08-29 151226.png

Step 4: Create the other Send an Http request to SharePoint:

Method: DELETE
Uri: _api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl('Dynamic content of Folder Path')/Files('Dynamic content of File name with extension')/Versions(ID from the previous action)

Please have a try, I hope it can help you.

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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mardex
Helper II
Helper II

I mean delete with FLOW!!!! not manually


@mardex wrote:

Good day,

 

I have to run a flow each day to update datas. When I run them a new Version of the document is always created.

I have around 24 GB of Datas, Each File multiplied by 100. 
So I have 1,4 TB of data and my Storage is full.

 

MY QUESTION: Does anybody know how to delete all old Versions of a File in Sharepoint as it is not possible to set Versions to a lower Number then 100

 

Thanks


BRGDS
Jan Held


 

ScottShearer
Most Valuable Professional
Most Valuable Professional

@mardex 

To delete old versions, you'll need to use the SharePoint HTTP action and call a SharePoint web service.  I can't provide the specifics, but that's the route you'll need to go.  Another way to approach this might be to create a new document (based on the old document including metadata) and delete the old one rather than updating the existing documents in your Flow.

If I have answered your question, please mark your post as Solved.
If you like my response, please give it a Thumbs Up.

Scott

thanks, I expected this. So it will be a hell of work for me as a non professional Smiley Sad


@ScottShearer wrote:

@mardex 

To delete old versions, you'll need to use the SharePoint HTTP action and call a SharePoint web service.  I can't provide the specifics, but that's the route you'll need to go.  Another way to approach this might be to create a new document (based on the old document including metadata) and delete the old one rather than updating the existing documents in your Flow.


 

Hi @mardex,

 

Please refer to the following steps to delete the old versions of each file in the SharePoint library:

 

Step 1: Add Get files(properties only) action to get files in the list.

Step 2: Add Send an HTTP request to SharePoint

Method: GET
Uri: _api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl('Dynamic content of Folder Path')/Files('Dynamic content of File name with extension')/Versions

Annotation 2019-08-29 150852.pngStep 3: Parse JSON, put the body of the previous action into the Content of Parse JSON action, then click the button "Use sample payload" to generate schema to paste the following schema:

{
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"d": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"results": {
"type": "array",
"items": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"__metadata": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"id": {
"type": "string"
},
"uri": {
"type": "string"
},
"type": {
"type": "string"
}
}
},
"CreatedBy": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"__deferred": {
"type": "object",
"properties": {
"uri": {
"type": "string"
}
}
}
}
},
"CheckInComment": {
"type": "string"
},
"Created": {
"type": "string"
},
"ID": {
"type": "integer"
},
"IsCurrentVersion": {
"type": "boolean"
},
"Length": {
"type": "string"
},
"Size": {
"type": "integer"
},
"Url": {
"type": "string"
},
"VersionLabel": {
"type": "string"
}
},
"required": [
"__metadata",
"CreatedBy",
"CheckInComment",
"Created",
"ID",
"IsCurrentVersion",
"Length",
"Size",
"Url",
"VersionLabel"
]
}
}
}
}
}
}

 

Annotation 2019-08-29 151226.png

Step 4: Create the other Send an Http request to SharePoint:

Method: DELETE
Uri: _api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl('Dynamic content of Folder Path')/Files('Dynamic content of File name with extension')/Versions(ID from the previous action)

Please have a try, I hope it can help you.

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Hi there,

 

Is it possible to set this up to on-demand remove all of the previous versions in a selected folder only, rather than daily automation for the whole library?

 

I would like to be able to select a project folder within a library once that project is completed, delete all the previous versions, keeping only the final files and then mark all files in that folder as read only so that no new versions are created if people then go and look at the files as reference for another project.

 

Many thanks

 

Chris

Many thanks

This is exactly what I am looking for, do you have more details you can provide on this or a video you can point me to on how to create this flow?  When I create the Uri there is no dynamic content to choose from.  It seems some steps are missing.  What trigger do you use?  I tried using scheduled once a week.  Also is there a way to keep say 5 versions?

pityman
Helper III
Helper III

This is what i want to do. but the things is I will exceed the 500 Apply to each limitation as I have a lot of files in a folder + subfolders. is there anyone can help?

Hellcat
New Member

PnP PowerShell should become your fried if it is not already.  There a ton of good resources available to answer you requirements or get you headed in the right direction.  Salaudeen Rajack at https://www.sharepointdiary.com/ is an outstanding resource.  He has been very generous in sharing many PnP scripts to accomplish a task, and all of them can be adjusted to do more or less, or become very granular.

 

Hop over to https://www.sharepointdiary.com/ and search for "delete versions" or Google it.  I've modified the available scripts for date ranges, file types, selection by user, operations on specific folders and more.

 

First thing I did was to set max versions to the minimum of 100 in the SharePoint admin center.  100 is as low as they allow you to go.  It would be fantastic if MS would reduce the number to something more reasonable.

 

Next thing was to delete all version of any image file (JPG, TIFF etc.)  There is a script at https://www.sharepointdiary.com/ to delete all versions.  Just modify it for the file type or file extension you want to delete all versions for.

 

Next verify you users are okay to retain 1, 2, 5, 10 versions of an MS Office file type or extension, then modify and run the available script to delete all but "x" number of versions for that file type.  I got rid of many PPTX, DOCX and XLSX version.  Some of the PPTX and DOCX are huge files.

 

Use use an image size reducing app to shrink your pictures, then go back and delete the picture versions.  Irfanview is a great free tool for shrinking images.

 

Have your users reduce the size their PowerPoint files.  The go back and delete old versions again with PS PnP.

 

Once you have your PS scripts tuned they way you need them, schedule them to run daily/weekly/monthly.

 

SharePoint Flows are good but can be a challenge to get right.  For me, PowerShell scripting and automation is the way to go.  Much more intuitive and flexible.  There isn't too much you cannot accomplish with PS.

 

Oh yeah, keep your Recycle Bin and Secondary Recycle Bin emptied on a schedule.  Yes, there is a PS script for that.

 

I recovered 700+ GB by doing the things listed above, and significantly reduced my personal workload by automating with PS.

I was asked where I found the max versions setting.

 

Document library settings cog in upper-right > Library Settings > More Library settings > Versioning settings.

 

Additional info can be found at SharePoint Online: Set Versioning Limit using PowerShell - SharePoint Diary

Hi I am running into an issue when following this example. When i create a library with a few files for testing it worked. When i revert back to the main task of deleting old versions from a library with subfolders i keep being told file error. Am i missing a trick with a setting when it is for a large library?

Many thanks for you help

Assuming you are trying to delete versions with PowerShell and PnP from a library with more than 5k items...  There is a limit to how many items that can be retrieved at one time.  The -PageSize flag to limit the number of items retrieved per-page to less than the 5000-item limit enforced by SharePoint, which cannot be changed.  I usually limit to 2k items per page, which works 99% of the time.  In rare cases where 2k still causes problems I drop it to 500.

Here is a basic example script that deletes all versions for JPG images, modified within the last 60-days, and edited by a particular user.

DO NOT test this on a production site.

I AM NOT responsible for your deleted data, production or otherwise.

# Much credit for this goes to sharepointdiary.com
# https://www.sharepointdiary.com/2018/05/sharepoint-online-delete-version-history-using-pnp-powershell.html

# This script will delete ALL versions of JPG files and leave the current file.

#Declare Variables
# Change "yourdomain" to your actual O365 domain
# Change "yoursite" to your actual SharePoint site name
$SiteURL = "https://yourdomain.sharepoint.com/sites/yoursite"

# If neccessary change "Documents" to the actual name of your library in your site
# "Documents is created by default unless you changed the name during intial site creation
$ListName="Documents"

# Set number of days to query. You can use this to limit how far back to query.  Helpful for huge libraries years old.
# Or omit it altogether to check every file for versions.  Takes a LONG TIME with 500K+ JPGs.
# If you omit the number of days variable, you must also remove "-and ($_.FieldValues.Last_x0020_Modified.ToString() -gt $AfterDate) `" from the WHERE filter below.
$AfterDate = (Get-date).AddDays(-60).ToString('yyyy-MM-dd')

# Counters used for different tasks
$TotalFiles = 0
$TotalVerDeleted = 0
$CurrentCount = 0
$MatchedJpg = 0
 
# Connect to PnP Online
Connect-PnPOnline -Url $SiteURL -Interactive
 
#Get the Context
$Ctx= Get-PnPContext

# Get the List
# List items are counted for the first progress bar
$List =  Get-PnPList -Identity $ListName
 
# Initialize a counter for the first progress bar
$global:counter = 0;

# Get All Items from the List - Include only 'File' object List Items, with 'jpg' extension, after a specified date, and last Edited by a specific user
# Change "someusernameemail*" to a unique username, of someone that edited the JPGs.
# For example, I compress thousands of JPGs so my email address will be the current Editor and I only look for versions to delete of the files I edited.
# You can always remove the Editor filter to check all JPGs in the library for version to delete.
# Set the -PageSize to avoid query problems if your library has more than 5k items.
# Show progress bar as list items are retrieved 2000 items at a time
$ListItems = Get-PnPListItem `
    -List $ListName `
    -PageSize 2000 `
    -ScriptBlock { `
        Param($items) $global:counter += $items.Count; `
        Write-Progress -Id 0 `
            -Activity "Retrieving $ListName list to check for JPG files edited since $AfterDate." `
            -Status "Retrieved $global:Counter of $($List.ItemCount) Items from the $ListName list." `
            -PercentComplete ($global:Counter / ($List.ItemCount) * 100);} | `
    Where {`
        ($_.FileSystemObjectType -eq "File") `
        -and ($_.Fieldvalues["File_x0020_Type"] -eq "jpg") `
        -and ($_.FieldValues.Last_x0020_Modified.ToString() -gt $AfterDate) `
        -and ($_.FieldValues['Editor'].Email -like "someusernameemail*")}

#Number of JPGs that matched the "where" criteria
$MatchedJpg = $ListItems.Count

ForEach ($Item in $ListItems)
{
    $CurrentCount = $CurrentCount + 1
    
    #Get File Versions
    $File = $Item.File
    $Versions = $File.Versions
    $Ctx.Load($File)
    $Ctx.Load($Versions)
    $Ctx.ExecuteQuery()
    $VersionsCount = $Versions.Count

    Write-Progress -Id 1 -ParentID 0 `
        -Activity "Checking $MatchedJpg files for Versions to delete." `
        -Status "Checking file $CurrentCount of $($ListItems.Count)." `
        -PercentComplete ($CurrentCount / ($ListItems.Count) * 100)
     
    If($VersionsCount -gt 0)
    {      
        #Increment counter for total number of files found with Versions
        $TotalFiles = $TotalFiles + 1

        Write-host -f Cyan "`t $TotalFiles Files with Versions to delete so far."
        Write-host -f White "`t Deleting" $Versions.Count "version(s) of:" $File.Name

        For($i=0; $i -lt $Versions.Count; $i++)
        {
            $TotalVerDeleted = $TotalVerDeleted + 1
                       
            write-host -f Magenta "`t Deleting Version:" $Versions[0].VersionLabel

            $Versions[0].DeleteObject()
        }

        $Ctx.ExecuteQuery()

        Write-Host -f White "`t Deleted" $VersionsCount "Version(s) of:" $File.Name "`n"
    }
}

Write-Host -f Cyan `t "Total Versions deleted:" $TotalVerDeleted

Disconnect-PnPOnline

Rookie move on my part.  Replied to myself. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 

Assuming you are trying to delete versions with PowerShell and PnP from a library with more than 5k items...  There is a limit to how many items that can be retrieved at one time.  The -PageSize flag to limit the number of items retrieved per-page to less than the 5000-item limit enforced by SharePoint, which cannot be changed.  I usually limit to 2k items per page, which works 99% of the time.  In rare cases where 2k still causes problems I drop it to 500.

Here is a basic example script that deletes all versions for JPG images, modified within the last 60-days, and edited by a particular user.

DO NOT test this on a production site.

I AM NOT responsible for your deleted data, production or otherwise.

# Much credit for this goes to sharepointdiary.com
# https://www.sharepointdiary.com/2018/05/sharepoint-online-delete-version-history-using-pnp-powershell.html

# This script will delete ALL versions of JPG files and leave the current file.
# DO NOT run it on a production site/library if you are required to retain some number of previous versions for whatever reason.

#Declare Variables
# Change "yourdomain" to your actual O365 domain
# Change "yoursite" to your actual SharePoint site name
$SiteURL = "https://yourdomain.sharepoint.com/sites/yoursite"

# If neccessary change "Documents" to the actual name of your library in your site
# "Documents is created by default unless you changed it during intial site creation
$ListName="Documents"

# Set number of days to query. You can use this to limit how far back to query.  Helpful for huge libraries years old.
# Or omit it altogether to check every file for versions.  Takes a LONG TIME with 500K+ JPGs.
# If you omit the number of days variable, you must also remove "-and ($_.FieldValues.Last_x0020_Modified.ToString() -gt $AfterDate) `" from the WHERE filter below.
$AfterDate = (Get-date).AddDays(-60).ToString('yyyy-MM-dd')

# Counters used for different tasks
$TotalFiles = 0
$TotalVerDeleted = 0
$CurrentCount = 0
$MatchedJpg = 0
 
# Connect to PnP Online
Connect-PnPOnline -Url $SiteURL -Interactive
 
#Get the Context
$Ctx= Get-PnPContext

# Get the List
# List items are counted for the first progress bar
$List =  Get-PnPList -Identity $ListName
 
# Initialize a counter for the first progress bar
$global:counter = 0;

# Get All Items from the List - Include only 'File' object List Items, with 'jpg' extension, after a specified date, and last Edited by a specific user
# Change "someusernameemail*" to a unique username, of someone that edited the JPGs.
# For example, I compress thousands of JPGs so my email address will be the current Editor and I only look for versions to delete of the files I edited.
# You can always remove the Editor filter to check all JPGs in the library for version to delete.
# Set the -PageSize to avoid query problems if your library has more than 5k items.
# Show progress bar as list items are retrieved 2000 items at a time
$ListItems = Get-PnPListItem `
    -List $ListName `
    -PageSize 2000 `
    -ScriptBlock { `
        Param($items) $global:counter += $items.Count; `
        Write-Progress -Id 0 `
            -Activity "Retrieving $ListName list to check for JPG files edited since $AfterDate." `
            -Status "Retrieved $global:Counter of $($List.ItemCount) Items from the $ListName list." `
            -PercentComplete ($global:Counter / ($List.ItemCount) * 100);} | `
    Where {`
        ($_.FileSystemObjectType -eq "File") `
        -and ($_.Fieldvalues["File_x0020_Type"] -eq "jpg") `
        -and ($_.FieldValues.Last_x0020_Modified.ToString() -gt $AfterDate) `
        -and ($_.FieldValues['Editor'].Email -like "someusernameemail*")}

#Number of JPGs that matched the "where" criteria
$MatchedJpg = $ListItems.Count

ForEach ($Item in $ListItems)
{
    $CurrentCount = $CurrentCount + 1
    
    #Get File Versions
    $File = $Item.File
    $Versions = $File.Versions
    $Ctx.Load($File)
    $Ctx.Load($Versions)
    $Ctx.ExecuteQuery()
    $VersionsCount = $Versions.Count

    Write-Progress -Id 1 -ParentID 0 `
        -Activity "Checking $MatchedJpg files for Versions to delete." `
        -Status "Checking file $CurrentCount of $($ListItems.Count)." `
        -PercentComplete ($CurrentCount / ($ListItems.Count) * 100)
     
    If($VersionsCount -gt 0)
    {      
        #Increment counter for total number of files found with Versions
        $TotalFiles = $TotalFiles + 1

        Write-host -f Cyan "`t $TotalFiles Files with Versions to delete so far."
        Write-host -f White "`t Deleting" $Versions.Count "version(s) of:" $File.Name

        For($i=0; $i -lt $Versions.Count; $i++)
        {
            $TotalVerDeleted = $TotalVerDeleted + 1
                       
            write-host -f Magenta "`t Deleting Version:" $Versions[0].VersionLabel

            $Versions[0].DeleteObject()
        }

        $Ctx.ExecuteQuery()

        Write-Host -f White "`t Deleted" $VersionsCount "Version(s) of:" $File.Name "`n"
    }
}

Write-Host -f Cyan `t "Total Versions deleted:" $TotalVerDeleted

Disconnect-PnPOnline

 

Hi! [EDITED]

 

After a lot of struggle I found a missing "'" :p.

 

solved!

Method: DELETE
Uri: _api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl('Dynamic content of Folder Path')/Files('Dynamic content of File name with extension')/Versions(ID from the previous action)

 

This flow is just perfect... but i got a 401 issue on deleting :

{
  "status": 401,
  "message": "401 UNAUTHORIZED\r\nclientRequestId: 67076abb-1ed1-47db-acef-e9df883f2a3e\r\nserviceRequestId: e421a0a0-90aa-6000-414e-4a752a53cc81",
  "source": "https://XXXXXXXXX.sharepoint.com/sites/XXXXXXXX/')/Files('XXXXXXXX.pptx')/Versions(512)",
  "errors": []
}

 

I'm the owner of the Sharepoint... anf of the sharepoint librairy... 😥

Thanks for your advices !

This works awesome for jpg files. How can I make it do all files in a site not just jpg files?

Is there a way to apply this only to files which haven't been used vor let's say 100 days?

 

Thanks!

nashasyraf
New Member

Can anyone help me build a flow with this exact function but for OneDrive for Business?

hello, I'm following this example but....

 

the result of the evaluation of 'foreach' expression '@body('Analize_JSON')?['properties']?['d']?['properties']?['results']' is of type 'Null'. The result must be a valid array.

 

 

Hello, I'm having some trouble with this procedure. I get an error on the second 'Send an HTTP request'. Please see the attachment for the error. Would greatly appreciate any assistance.

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As we continue to grow and learn together, it's important to reflect on the valuable insights we've shared. For today's #TuesdayTip, we're excited to take a moment to look back at the last 10 tips we've shared in case you missed any or want to revisit them. Thanks for your incredible support for this series--we're so glad it was able to help so many of you navigate your community experience!   Getting Started in the Community An overview of everything you need to know about navigating the community on one page!  Community Links: ○ Power Apps ○ Power Automate  ○ Power Pages  ○ Copilot Studio    Community Ranks and YOU Have you ever wondered how your fellow community members ascend the ranks within our community? We explain everything about ranks and how to achieve points so you can climb up in the rankings! Community Links: ○ Power Apps ○ Power Automate  ○ Power Pages  ○ Copilot Studio    Powering Up Your Community Profile Your Community User Profile is how the Community knows you--so it's essential that it works the way you need it to! From changing your username to updating contact information, this Knowledge Base Article is your best resource for powering up your profile. Community Links: ○ Power Apps ○ Power Automate  ○ Power Pages  ○ Copilot Studio    Community Blogs--A Great Place to Start There's so much you'll discover in the Community Blogs, and we hope you'll check them out today!  Community Links: ○ Power Apps ○ Power Automate  ○ Power Pages  ○ Copilot Studio    Unlocking Community Achievements and Earning Badges Across the Communities, you'll see badges on users profile that recognize and reward their engagement and contributions. Check out some details on Community badges--and find out more in the detailed link at the end of the article! Community Links: ○ Power Apps  ○ Power Automate  ○ Power Pages  ○ Copilot Studio    Blogging in the Community Interested in blogging? Everything you need to know on writing blogs in our four communities! Get started blogging across the Power Platform communities today! Community Links: ○ Power Apps  ○ Power Automate  ○ Power Pages  ○ Copilot Studio   Subscriptions & Notifications We don't want you to miss a thing in the community! Read all about how to subscribe to sections of our forums and how to setup your notifications! Community Links: ○ Power Apps  ○ Power Automate  ○ Power Pages  ○ Copilot Studio   Getting Started with Private Messages & Macros Do you want to enhance your communication in the Community and streamline your interactions? One of the best ways to do this is to ensure you are using Private Messaging--and the ever-handy macros that are available to you as a Community member! Community Links: ○ Power Apps  ○ Power Automate  ○ Power Pages  ○ Copilot Studio   Community User Groups Learn everything about being part of, starting, or leading a User Group in the Power Platform Community. Community Links: ○ Power Apps  ○ Power Automate  ○ Power Pages  ○ Copilot Studio   Update Your Community Profile Today! Keep your community profile up to date which is essential for staying connected and engaged with the community. Community Links: ○ Power Apps  ○ Power Automate  ○ Power Pages  ○ Copilot Studio   Thank you for being an integral part of our journey.   Here's to many more Tuesday Tips as we pave the way for a brighter, more connected future! As always, watch the News & Announcements for the next set of tips, coming soon!    

Calling all User Group Leaders and Super Users! Mark Your Calendars for the next Community Ambassador Call on May 9th!

This month's Community Ambassador call is on May 9th at 9a & 3p PDT. Please keep an eye out in your private messages and Teams channels for your invitation. There are lots of exciting updates coming to the Community, and we have some exclusive opportunities to share with you! As always, we'll also review regular updates for User Groups, Super Users, and share general information about what's going on in the Community.     Be sure to register & we hope to see all of you there!

April 2024 Community Newsletter

We're pleased to share the April Community Newsletter, where we highlight the latest news, product releases, upcoming events, and the amazing work of our outstanding Community members.   If you're new to the Community, please make sure to follow the latest News & Announcements and check out the Community on LinkedIn as well! It's the best way to stay up-to-date with all the news from across Microsoft Power Platform and beyond.    COMMUNITY HIGHLIGHTS   Check out the most active community members of the last month! These hardworking members are posting regularly, answering questions, kudos, and providing top solutions in their communities. We are so thankful for each of you--keep up the great work! If you hope to see your name here next month, follow these awesome community members to see what they do!   Power AppsPower AutomateCopilot StudioPower PagesWarrenBelzDeenujialexander2523ragavanrajanLaurensMManishSolankiMattJimisonLucas001AmikcapuanodanilostephenrobertOliverRodriguestimlAndrewJManikandanSFubarmmbr1606VishnuReddy1997theMacResolutionsVishalJhaveriVictorIvanidzejsrandhawahagrua33ikExpiscornovusFGuerrero1PowerAddictgulshankhuranaANBExpiscornovusprathyooSpongYeNived_Nambiardeeksha15795apangelesGochixgrantjenkinsvasu24Mfon   LATEST NEWS   Business Applications Launch Event - On Demand In case you missed the Business Applications Launch Event, you can now catch up on all the announcements and watch the entire event on-demand inside Charles Lamanna's latest cloud blog.   This is your one stop shop for all the latest Copilot features across Power Platform and #Dynamics365, including first-hand looks at how companies such as Lenovo, Sonepar, Ford Motor Company, Omnicom and more are using these new capabilities in transformative ways. Click the image below to watch today!   Power Platform Community Conference 2024 is here! It's time to look forward to the next installment of the Power Platform Community Conference, which takes place this year on 18-20th September 2024 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas!   Come and be inspired by Microsoft senior thought leaders and the engineers behind the #PowerPlatform, with Charles Lamanna, Sangya Singh, Ryan Cunningham, Kim Manis, Nirav Shah, Omar Aftab and Leon Welicki already confirmed to speak. You'll also be able to learn from industry experts and Microsoft MVPs who are dedicated to bridging the gap between humanity and technology. These include the likes of Lisa Crosbie, Victor Dantas, Kristine Kolodziejski, David Yack, Daniel Christian, Miguel Félix, and Mats Necker, with many more to be announced over the coming weeks.   Click here to watch our brand-new sizzle reel for #PPCC24 or click the image below to find out more about registration. See you in Vegas!       Power Up Program Announces New Video-Based Learning Hear from Principal Program Manager, Dimpi Gandhi, to discover the latest enhancements to the Microsoft #PowerUpProgram. These include a new accelerated video-based curriculum crafted with the expertise of Microsoft MVPs, Rory Neary and Charlie Phipps-Bennett. If you’d like to hear what’s coming next, click the image below to find out more!   UPCOMING EVENTS Microsoft Build - Seattle and Online - 21-23rd May 2024 Taking place on 21-23rd May 2024 both online and in Seattle, this is the perfect event to learn more about low code development, creating copilots, cloud platforms, and so much more to help you unleash the power of AI.   There's a serious wealth of talent speaking across the three days, including the likes of Satya Nadella, Amanda K. Silver, Scott Guthrie, Sarah Bird, Charles Lamanna, Miti J., Kevin Scott, Asha Sharma, Rajesh Jha, Arun Ulag, Clay Wesener, and many more.   And don't worry if you can't make it to Seattle, the event will be online and totally free to join. Click the image below to register for #MSBuild today!   European Collab Summit - Germany - 14-16th May 2024 The clock is counting down to the amazing European Collaboration Summit, which takes place in Germany May 14-16, 2024. #CollabSummit2024 is designed to provide cutting-edge insights and best practices into Power Platform, Microsoft 365, Teams, Viva, and so much more. There's a whole host of experts speakers across the three-day event, including the likes of Vesa Juvonen, Laurie Pottmeyer, Dan Holme, Mark Kashman, Dona Sarkar, Gavin Barron, Emily Mancini, Martina Grom, Ahmad Najjar, Liz Sundet, Nikki Chapple, Sara Fennah, Seb Matthews, Tobias Martin, Zoe Wilson, Fabian Williams, and many more.   Click the image below to find out more about #ECS2024 and register today!     Microsoft 365 & Power Platform Conference - Seattle - 3-7th June If you're looking to turbo boost your Power Platform skills this year, why not take a look at everything TechCon365 has to offer at the Seattle Convention Center on June 3-7, 2024.   This amazing 3-day conference (with 2 optional days of workshops) offers over 130 sessions across multiple tracks, alongside 25 workshops presented by Power Platform, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams, Viva, Azure, Copilot and AI experts. There's a great array of speakers, including the likes of Nirav Shah, Naomi Moneypenny, Jason Himmelstein, Heather Cook, Karuana Gatimu, Mark Kashman, Michelle Gilbert, Taiki Y., Kristi K., Nate Chamberlain, Julie Koesmarno, Daniel Glenn, Sarah Haase, Marc Windle, Amit Vasu, Joanne C Klein, Agnes Molnar, and many more.   Click the image below for more #Techcon365 intel and register today!     For more events, click the image below to visit the Microsoft Community Days website.      

Tuesday Tip | Update Your Community Profile Today!

It's time for another TUESDAY TIPS, your weekly connection with the most insightful tips and tricks that empower both newcomers and veterans in the Power Platform Community! Every Tuesday, we bring you a curated selection of the finest advice, distilled from the resources and tools in the Community. Whether you’re a seasoned member or just getting started, Tuesday Tips are the perfect compass guiding you across the dynamic landscape of the Power Platform Community.   We're excited to announce that updating your community profile has never been easier! Keeping your profile up to date is essential for staying connected and engaged with the community.   Check out the following Support Articles with these topics: Accessing Your Community ProfileRetrieving Your Profile URLUpdating Your Community Profile Time ZoneChanging Your Community Profile Picture (Avatar)Setting Your Date Display Preferences Click on your community link for more information: Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Pages, Copilot Studio   Thank you for being an active part of our community. Your contributions make a difference! Best Regards, The Community Management Team

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