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Super User II

SharePoint is a very common datasource for PowerApps.  It is free after all.  Pitfalls can be avoided by keeping certain facts in mind.


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Advocate III

Ignite3.jpgBriefs: Key takeaways from “What's new and what's next for the Microsoft Power Platform​” with Charles Lamanna at Ignite

Major Announcement 1: Power Automate Desktop now available with Windows 10

Major Announcement 2: Lots of new security and governance tools

Major Announcement 3: Power Fx


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Advocate III

CharlesS_1-1614702585690.pngMicrosoft Ignite is Live!

Some of our community members may be disappointed that there is no Cloud Skills Challenge specifically for Power Apps. However, if your goal is to pass the PL-200 test to earn the Power Platform Functional Consultant Associate certification, learning basics about Power BI are a must.

The Ignite Cloud Skills Challenge includes a challenge for Power BI, named Microsoft Ignite Data Analyst Challenge. 

Microsoft Ignite | Cloud Skills Challenge

Are you up to the challenge! Register for Ignite and start learning today!


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