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The power of being part of a local User Group community of like-minded users is sharing experiences, knowledge, and making connections. Local User Group meetings and the associated online community help to foster discussions and cultivate deeper relationships. There are many ways users help other users to solve challenges and celebrate achievements. How to filter a dropdown/combobox with specific persons?  Change Fill When Image is Selected   Connecting SharePoint Online List with SQL*Server Take a moment to access additional discussions in the PowerApps Exchange and Flow Exchange . Also meet other like-minded PowerApps and Microsoft Flow ...
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Journey to User Group Leader - Q&A with Naveen Ajmera, Dubai Power BI and PowerApps User Group Leader This is a Q&A with Naveen Ajmera, Dubai Power BI and PowerApps User Group Leader Why did you initially submit an application to start a PowerApps User Group in the Netherlands? (NA): After a successful stint of running the Dubai Power BI User Group, I thought of expanding with another opportunity of knowledge sharing. As Power BI helps in the inform and advise portion of analytics, and PowerApps help in the take action part, I thought putting these two together would make a lot of sense for user group members. I’m happy to know that as a user ...
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Journey from “User” to “User Group Leader” This is a Q&A with Daniel Laskewitz, Dutch PowerApps and Flow User Group Leader Why did you initially submit an application to start a PowerApps User Group in the Netherlands? (DL): The Power Platform is a really powerful platform. It makes it possible for non-IT users to create IT-solutions. Lots of user groups are focusing on the IT-space instead of the power users. We wanted to also get the power users involved, so that and the fact that it’s really cool technology made us start the user group. How has the experience of being a user group leader been – what do you enjoy most about it? (DL): ...
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Have you been working on building any PowerApps where you've need to create a one-to-many relationships? Then take a look at my latest blog! The blogs walks through how you use IDs from the tables to build the relationships. The demo includes a sample app used by a school teacher to save comments and scores of students, however, the same app can be used for other similar scenarios. Majority of the content is covered in the video, however, expressions and important links are provided here.   Key items covered  • Saving multiple comments in a separate table/list  • Building relationships between tables using IDs Here's the link to my blog. Feel free ...
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Greetings PowerApps Users, Power Summit is fast approaching and I hope to see you in Phoenix this October. Here are the top 3 reasons why YOU SHOULD ATTEND Power Summit this year :   1) CONTENT! 60+ sessions divided into learning tracks centered on job role, industry, skill level, and product version. Attend different sessions in different tracks for a truly customized conference learning experience around Power BI, PowerApps, Microsoft Flow, and Azure . Microsoft Power Series - get the most out of your Power Summit experience with hands-on, deep-dive sessions from Microsoft experts – over 18 hours of deep-dive, hands-on content. Academy ...
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We are very excited to announce that  PowerBIUG   (formerly PUG) has a fresh new look! On top of that,  we are excited to  introduce  PowerAppsUG   –   a new site to connect PowerApps users with each other.   L et’s take a tour of some of the new personalized features which will help you better see relevant discussions and upcoming events.   Easily Access User Groups   With the Utility navigation on the top bar, you can seamlessly access  PowerBIUG ,  PowerAppsUG , and other user groups without leaving the site. You can use your same login credentials for the User Group for Dynamics 365 ( D365UG.COM ) site, giving you access ...
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