Another new feature to come out of Microsoft Ignite 2022- the ability to use Power Automate within Excel Online. This allows you to search for flows that can assist you with data entry or run Office Scripts without leaving Excel. Screenshot of Power Automate button in Excel Online You will see the Power Automate button … Continue reading Power Automate available in Excel Online
With the Power BI add-in for PowerPoint you can embed your reports within a presentation. When embedded, the report is interactive- so that means during the presentation you'll be able to click into your report to drill up/down and apply filters. https://github.com/rishonaelijah/blogcontent/raw/main/Add%20Power%20BI%20in%20PowerPoint.gif Demonstration of how to add Power BI report in PowerPoint (instructions detailed below) … Continue reading Add an interactive Power BI report in PowerPoint presentation
Cards are embeddable, no/low code mini-apps you can create in Power Apps. They are based on Adaptive Cards, but are built with the no-code designer and Power Fx formula language used across Power Apps & other Power Platform tools. Screenshot of Power Apps Cards designer You can get started building cards at https://make.powerapps.com/. The Microsoft … Continue reading What are Power App Cards?
Format your data with examples is a feature available in the cloud flow builder of Power Automate. It simplifies flow building experience by reducing the need for you to write your own expressions from scratch. If you want to change how data is returned in your flow, typically you would need to write an expression- … Continue reading Power Automate: Format your data with examples
At last week's Microsoft Ignite conference, there were some big announcements made for new features coming across Power Platform, Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, Azure, AI and more. In this post I'll highlight some of the announcements across Power Platform and Microsoft Teams that were personal favourites of mine.
With collaborative annotations, attendees in a Teams meeting can draw, add notes and more on the presenter's screen. Annotations are live, so as each person adds to it, the changes are visible to everyone. Screenshot of shared screen in a Teams meeting with annotations It uses the Whiteboard functionality, however the background will be a … Continue reading Use collaborative annotations in Microsoft Teams Meetings
At Microsoft Ignite (October 2022), Microsoft introduced a new feature coming to Power Automate: "You describe it, AI builds it". This feature aims to make flow building even easier, by allowing you to simply type a description of a flow you want to build, and the flow will be automatically generated for you. Screenshot of … Continue reading You describe it, AI builds it: trying out the new way to create cloud flows
If you've attended training such as App in a Day, and you don't want to lose what you've built, here's how you can save your work. You can export your solution even if you haven't finished building it yet. For example, if your trial account is about to expire and you want to keep working … Continue reading How to export and import your solutions (such as saving what you’ve built during App in a Day)
By using the Word Online (Business) connector for Power Automate, you can create documents using the information collected within a Microsoft Form response. Beginning with a Microsoft Word template, you can use the connector in a flow to take inputs from a form submission, populate them in a template, and save the document.
Happy to announce that my LinkedIn Learning course on Power Virtual Agents is available now! The topics covered include the exam objectives for Microsoft's PL-900 Power Platform Fundamentals certification. So whether you're looking to get certified and prep for your exam, or just keen to learn a new skill, this course has you covered.