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Portal visitors can authenticate to Power Apps Portal by using local user credentials or external identity provider accounts. Visitors who are sent an invitation code (by the portal administrator) have the option to redeem the code in the process of signing up for a new user account. A new visitor can register for a new user account either by providing a username and password or by signing in through an external provider. This is called   Open Registration. By enabling open registration , we are allowing any anonymous visitor to the portal to create a new user account which is not ideal use case. So it is better to disable open registration for portals ...
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User Group Spotlight – this week we would like to showcase one of our local user groups that continues to bring knowledge and awareness around the Power Platform products – the Cambridge Power Platform User Group led by Sharon Sumner. Their first meeting in 2020, they will be bringing in a couple outstanding speakers to discuss Power Apps and Power Automate that you don't want to miss!   Cambridge Power Platform User Group UG Leader : @Sharon Sumner Sharon is the CEO of Business Cloud Integration Ltd, SharePoint and Office 365 delivery partner in Cambridge UK. She leads the Digital Transformation Team - helping businesses adopt the modern workplace ...
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Introduction: This post explains how to embed charts in PowerApps/D365 Portals. Step 1: Get GUIDs of chart and view used in the chart Step 2: Navigate to   ‘Web Templates’   and search for dashboard. By default, there would be a web template named   ‘Partner Dashboard’   if we install   Partner Portal.   If we don’t have by default, we need to create it manually Step 3: Open the web template and update the source code with chart id and view obtained in   Step 1 That’s it. Conclusion : If we follow above steps properly, we should be able view charts in Portal.
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Requirement :   We have a Partner Portal for installers(accounts of type installer in CRM) to manage the work orders assigned to them . So, installers should be able to view their work orders only Solution: Configure   Entity List   for work orders entity . Enable   Entity Permission   for the above created entity list Create Entity Permission with Account scope with appropriate privileges Note : Make sure to select correct   Account Relationship . In our case we have custom lookup field to account entity to store installer details. And assign it to a   web role  to which in turn is assigned to the Portal User. ...
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Recently, I have come across a requirement to set up partner portal for our partners (Installers) to manage work orders and incidents. First step is to configure partner portal . That was done successfully. And second step is to create a web page to show work orders list (using entity list) and configure entity form in insert mode to create work orders. After following the above steps, we were still not successful in creating work order from portal. After some research , came to know that we need to install “Field Service Add-On” separately after installing the portal. Here are the step by step process to do that. Step 1:   Navigate to   https://make.powerapps.com ...
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Our User Group Leader feature this week is someone who defines the meaning of community by making the topics at his user group meetings educational, fun and open to anyone that has a passion for the Power Platform products to come and speak! He truly believes his user group meetings should be "just a quick, informal meeting where we make friends and help each other out." Ike is a speaker himself and will be speaking at the upcoming Power Platform World Tour in San Diego! His session will cover “Power BI Premium for Fun and Profit” – don’t miss the chance to discover all of the features of Power BI Premium, what it has to offer and if it’s the right fit for ...
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On the 21-22 of November, the Power Platform World Tour will be making its way across the globe to Sydney, Australia for 2 information-packed days with 32+ sessions focused enhancing your Power BI, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow skills. The event will kick-off with attendees having the chance to hear directly from the Power Platform product source, Microsoft.   Keynote Speakers Michael O'Keefe , Business Group Leader for Business Applications at Microsoft   Charles Sterling , Senior Program Manager at Microsoft Andrew Coates , Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft Alice Drummond , Director of Environmental Analytics and Co-Founder ...
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Hi Readers and Viewers With this episode, I am concluding my ‘PowerApps for Business Users and Consultants’ series. In this episode, we are going to look at using AI builder components in our PowerApps. AI Builder currently has following components in preview: Business Card Reader Form Processor Text Classification Object Detection Prediction We have focussed only on the following two and it’s business use cases: Business Card Reader Form Processor Video here: We have also talked about, what to do when your trial for AI expires: Purchase/Extend What error you see? We have also talked about where to learn advanced ...
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As the Power Platform products continue to evolve, we are seeing more and more interest of individuals or groups willing to start up new local user groups in their area to learn and engage with their peers. With the recent update from Microsoft Flow to Power Automate and the added Power Virtual Agents, the momentum around the Power Platform will just continue to increase. These leaders have recently started new user groups in their area to continue this POWER momentum! Welcome to the leader community ! Join their groups or find the local UG in your area! PowerApps User Groups Are you looking to become a leader in your ...
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Big News! Microsoft to Speak at the Power Platform World Tour in Milan On 19-20 November, the Power Platform World Tour is making a stop in Milan for 2 information-packed days with 32+ sessions focused on honing your Power BI, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow skills. The event will kick-off with attendees hearing directly from the Power Platform product source, Microsoft. Keynote Speaker Jon Levesque , Senior Program Manager at Microsoft, will be joining the Power Platform team from Dynamic Communities on the main stage to deliver the featured keynote presentation. Jon manages the pillars of community, evangelism, and engagement for the Microsoft ...
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Each of our local user group leaders continually bring communities together to share knowledge and experiences about their products to their local user groups. This month, we would like to highlight a leader who has demonstrated just that by showing his eagerness to get a group engaged and expanding the existing Brisbane PowerApps User Group to include Microsoft Flow. He also had a great 1 st kick off meeting in October with approximately 40+ people in attendance! Prashant Shukla is a D365 CE and Power Platform professional with 10 years of consulting and implementation experience. He is exploring social media now which includes expanding this ...
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Congratulations to User Group Leader @Sharon Sumner  and the Cambridge PowerApps & Flow User Group   for winning the September Leader Challenge! We were excited to talked with the UG Leader to learn more about the local PowerApps and Flow User Group and plans for the rest of 2019 and into 2020.  ​ What has been the most exciting thing for your UG so far? By far the highlights of the group so far have the remote presentations from Seattle – we have had remote sessions with Audrie Mango Gordon and Brian Dang from the Flow and PowerApps product teams. What makes your group successful? I think our success comes from within, we have had ...
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Hello Readers In this blog, I am going to show you how you can use Power Platform and quickly create an app for your clinics. I have used both Canvas and Model driven App. Let’s have a look: Canvas App This app is made of 9 screens: Home Screen Patient’s Home Screen Patient Registration Screen Book a Consultation Doctor’s Home Screen My Patients My Consultations Consultation Details Add Prescriptions Some screenshots from the app:   Note : Video coming soon so you can see the entire app working. Keep an eye on  YouTube Features of the app: Allow patient registration ...
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Hi Readers and Viewers In this episode we are going to build our first app from scratch. This episode is based on a real life scenario to help the residents of a society. The residents will be able to do the following: Service Requests List of ‘My Request’ Raise a new request Club Events List of ‘Events’ Submit a response Upcoming Payments List of upcoming payments Your learnings from this session would be: Adding a Welcome Screen With background and logo icon Making an image clickable Adding a home screen Adding buttons Renaming buttons Changing OnSelect property of buttons Adding galleries/list ...
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Hi Readers and Viewers In this episode we talk about the most common formulas you would need to build your app. I am calling it everyday formulas. Here’s the video: Hope it helps
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Hi Readers and Viewers In this episode we talk about ‘How requirement gathering can help you build a successful app?’ We will touch upon the following topics: App Objectives Feature List Finer Details App Requirements Documentation Here’s the video to get you started: Hope it helps! Episode 1 here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMeo9Iq6lho&t=1
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User Group Spotlight – this week we would like to showcase one of our local user groups that continuously brings their members together to share knowledge and bring awareness around the PowerApps and Flow platforms – the Minneapolis PowerApps and Flow User Group led by Alexis Bruno. For their next meeting they will be bringing in a Microsoft speaker to discuss the Power Platform licensing changes occurring in October. Minneapolis PowerApps and Flow User Group UG Leader : @Alexis Bruno Her passion is to help business users improve their current processes to improve productivity and had always loved using InfoPath but was very excited to switch ...
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Licensing, AI Builder and a chance to win FREE Power Platform World Tour tickets at this month’s Montreal User Group on   Aug 20, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (ET) The Montreal PowerApps and Flow User Group works each month to provide discussions on PowerApps and Microsoft Flow and support for the members in region. Led by industry expert and known community member @Luc Labelle , each meeting begins with an overview of what's new for these applications and one to two more in-depth sessions on more specific topics. This month’s agenda really heats things up with a roundtable conversation around the changes announced on the model of PowerApps license ...
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This is the first of the many videos on PowerApps Hidden Gems series. These videos will focus on the hidden features available in PowerApps that at first glance do not seem very useful, however, upon a close look can take your app to the next level. This video focus on: 1) Gallery rows / columns 2) Gallery items pop and push 3) Template fill 4) Confirm before you close & 5) Hide PowerApps ribbo
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By Alex Meier posted May 22, 2019 2:32 PM The year is moving quickly, and we want to help you continue your learning and networking. Take a look at some of the great events you can attend to keep your year going strong: Power Platform World Tour 2019: London, UK. August 28-29 (Registration is open) Copenhagen, DK. September 11-12 (Registration is open) Sao Paulo, BR. October 3-4 (Registration is open) Mexico City, MX. October 23-24 (Registration is open) Vienna, Austria. October 29-30 (Registration is open) Madrid, ES. November 13-14 (Registration is open)   Power Platform Summit North America , October 13-14, ...
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