Microsoft has released Components as an experimental feature in PowerApps and of course, this has made me very excited. This makes me really happy 😍 I was looking forward to this. @PowerApps Components are available in first release environments! #PowerApps pic.twitter.com/ORDmKV0QDJ— Daniel Laskewitz #FlowProShow (@laskewitz) January 8,
For a while now, there is a team working on the new SharePoint Admin center. They are adding more and more features into the SharePoint Admin Center, like creating hub sites, assigning sites to hub sites, manage Office Group connected sites and a lot more. One of the new improvements
Last Tuesday I discovered an interesting option in the app settings of a PowerApp in my preview environment. I was able to enable PowerApps components in my app! This makes me really happy 😍 I was looking forward to this. @PowerApps Components are available in first release environments! #PowerApps pic.twitter.
Every day I learn something new about PowerApps. Yesterday it was Components; today I am learning everything there is about the PowerApps Notification connector in Flow. PowerApps Notification connector What is the PowerApps Notification connector? As the name says, it offers you a way to send push notifications to users
When you're working a lot with PowerApps, you probably encountered consent popups. These popups show up when you have connected a data source to your PowerApp and open your app for the first time. These consent popups show up for everyone that has access to the app. While this is
Currently, if you have a PowerApp and you want to switch it from one owner to the other, it's not possible to do that from the UI. There is a pretty simple solution for it though. PowerApps <3 PowerShell Make sure to download the PowerApps PowerShell module from here.