Microsoft has published the Wave 2 2022 release wave, which gives us a list of new features across Power Platform and Dynamics 365 we can look forward to. I'm highlighting my 5 top picks for Power Platform here.
As with solutions built in a full Dataverse environment (i.e. outside of Teams) you can save and export a .zip file of your Teams-based creations. This can be done either via the Power Apps Teams app or the Power Automate website.
If you're looking for a way to extract data from invoices in an instant, Microsoft's AI Builder is your answer. With the Invoice Processing model, all you need to do is upload your invoice (or have it arrive via email or another method), then AI Builder does the work of pulling out all the information you need.
If you're looking to bring AI capabilities in your processes or apps, the no-code tool AI Builder is your answer. With AI Builder, within seconds you can do things like extract information from invoices and documents, categorize incoming emails, and read text from images. Here are the 3 ways you can find AI Builder to get started using these capabilities.
The Word Online (Business) connector for Power Automate allows you to generate documents. Beginning with a Microsoft Word template, you can use the connector in a flow to take inputs, populate them in a template, and save the document. Here, we'll take a look at how you can use a conversation with a bot to collect these inputs, create the document, then return a link to the file back to the user.
We've had some big announcements across Power Platform come out of MS Build this week- from the addition of some new logos, the welcome of the 5th member of the Power Platform family, the ability to create an app from an image, and massive improvements to PVA.
Would you like to know when someone makes changes to a document? With Power Automate, you can send yourself a notification when someone updates a file stored in Microsoft Teams (SharePoint).
When opening up Power Automate, you'll be asked if you want to created an automated cloud flow, instant could flow, scheduled cloud flow, desktop flow, or business process flow. Let's break down what each type is and when you would use it.
Looking to get started with Microsoft Power Virtual Agents (PVA)? Here's a list of resources I've put together to kick start your journey.
This post will take you through how to configure your PVA bot's system fallback topic, and use Power Automate track unrecognised trigger phrases entered in by your bot users. You can use this feedback to add new topics to your bot or improve triggering on current topics.