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Power Platform Training Materials

(Updated 7/22/2021)

A common question we get on the PowerApps team is: "Where do I go to find out more about PowerApps?"  In general, the best resource would be Power Apps and Microsoft Flow: Learning Resources and for instructor lead content the "In A Day Courses found here: 

That said, those resources don't include many of the self serve training materials that people were looking for, so we have created this article to address this specific need.



Table of Contents:


Hands-on Labs

Archived (Draft and potentially outdated)

Advanced App in a Day (work in progress):

Step-by-Step Guides



Microsoft Learning Paths

In addition to the amazing community content, Microsoft has also created a set of learning paths to help you get up to speed with PowerApps and the rest of the Power Platform.  You can see the entire list of PowerApps learning content here and included below:


The list above includes some great training content, I do recommend bringing in one of our amazing trainers. To get expert help from PowerApps partners please see:

Some of the highest rated PowerApps training content:

Current Power BI training can be found here:

My archived versions of the Power BI training can be found here:




Amazing resources thank you @chass 

I started going through the training but my company doesn't have the necessary license for me to complete all of it, had to stop at model driven apps.  What are my options?  Will I need to purchase my own personal license and will that give me all of the access I need to complete all of the Power Platform Fundamentals class?

@chass Will this be kept updated so it can be linked to or will these links and data eventually become stale?

@osu1994  You may have already discovered this, but you can sign up for a personal trial of M365 E3 or E5 for 30 days. From there, you can learn and play. E3 Trial signup.  

This is rich, and goes straight to the top of my PowerApps Resource Library.


Thank you. 


While I am updating it regularly now, yes it will likely grow stale. 

I am hoping the content of this page to eventually show up in our docs at which point i will direct folks to that location and sunset this page. 

But don't have a firm eta for that!




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