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Power Platform News by Power Girl #01 Power Universe by Przemysław Staniszewski 2023 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise LCAP: Low-code keeps getting more relevant Przemysław Staniszewski summarized the April version of the report. At the same time explaining what this Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for LCAP is. MS still in the lead.  Power Apps by Daniela Ciećkiewicza Power Apps Licensing Explained  Very good explanation of the Power Apps license rules. Of course, those who know know that this is a river topic, some people find in it a good scenario for a game ;). But source as you need to understand, this article by z is very helpful. by Shane Young Better Performance with Less Effort! Use Power Apps Named Formulas Must have to use instead of loading collections at the start. Lots of pros but cons too. I encourage you, I have already used Named Formulas in my current application. by Tolu Victor How to create a Modern Compact Side Menu in PowerApps Building in Power Appps using containers can difficult at first. For me it is still a challenge. A good exercise to practice this skill and learn how to create Side Menus. by David Wyatt Not just for fun Series’ Articles  I will return to this Gentleman often. This series for those who look for mastering skills and a bit of fun in Power Apps games. by Shane Young ForAll and other Functions in Power Apps Good to watch especially to learn things you can’t do in ForAll. Power Automate by Damien Bird Power Automate: Lists vs Arrays – No More Looping! Comparing two SharePoint lists, adding missing items from one list to the other without using the “Apply to each” option in Power Automate. You can learn about alternative methods, such as the Filter Array action and the Contains function. by Andrew Hess Insert Images to Word with Power Automate & Apps A way to deal with uploading photos to Share Point Online and use in Word, all in the new Power Automate and in collaboration with Power Apps. A good exercise to get used to the new Power Automate UI. by Damien Bird How to setup an Azure Function to zip files Sending or storing multiple files in a single operation, I save that for List. by Technical Panda Master error handling in power automate | pro error handler PowerApps Sending or storing multiple files in a single operation, I save that for List. by Shaheer Ahmad Power Automate | Dynamic HTML Table with Image Column A practical tip to use in scenarios working with photos from the Dataverse. Excel by Reza Dorrani Integrate GPT AI into Excel with AI Prompts in 10 minutes Create a flow to categorize Excel table data by integrating with AI GPT prompts. by Leila Gharani Excel Web Scraping Tutorial: Import Data, Images & Links Easily. Absolutely Zero Coding Required! Webscraping using only MS Excel. Very useful tip. Share Point Online by Gregory Zelfond Why you should never embed document libraries and lists into SharePoint pages 6 problems associated with embedding document libraries and lists into SharePoint sites. by Michel Mendes Setting a SharePoint Date only field value to the current date using List Formatting JSON Great use and way to format a column so that we are able to set its value to the current date at the click of a button. Dataverse by Temmy Wahyu Raharjo Consume Virtual Table (SQL Table) Data in Dataverse and apply business logic Temmy accessibly describes how to perform SQL table retrieval (outside the Dataverse – using the Virtual Table mechanism) and create the simplest possible business logic. Copilot by Katerina Chernevskaya A Feature-a-Day with Copilot Studio: Monthly Mastery  This is the 14th day of learning with Copilot Studio with Katerina. I highly recommend her work, these are materials at a premium, especially when someone is starting out. by Scott Durow Chat with external systems using plugin actions (preview) in Copilot Studio This level of mastering is still before me. But if you are already looking to use Copilot plugins Scott goes through 7 different types. In summary, it came out a lot to begin with, but as I wrote earlier it may be useful now or in the future. I will use – I encourage you too and have a nice day with Power 🙂

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