Power Automate: Get the user details of a Dataverse row creator

In this post, we'll take a look at how you can get the details of user who has created/added, updated, or deleted a record in Dataverse. For example, perhaps you have a Power App where users can submit data, such as for requesting items, booking an appointment, submitting a form or making a check in. As they submit data, you want to use details such as the creator's email address, name, address, job title, etc. in your flow.

Learn the basics of canvas app building with the “Power Apps Training” template

If you're getting started with building Power Apps, the Power Apps Training App (PATApp) is a great tool for learning the basics. It's a Power App you can use to learn the skills needed to create canvas apps, walking you through topics such as app navigation, formulas, variables, galleries, publishing, filtering and sorting. Here's how you can get started with it.

Dataverse for Teams in a Day: Further resources and next steps

Dataverse for Teams (often abbreviated to D4T) in a Day is hands-on training content from Microsoft that shows you how to build your own apps, workflows and chatbots all within Teams. If you've joined one of these sessions, you might be keen to take your learning across Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Virtual Agents and … Continue reading Dataverse for Teams in a Day: Further resources and next steps

The 3 ways to start building a Power App and when to use each

With Power Apps canvas apps, you can build your own app without code, using drag and drop functionality. When you are getting started, you have 3 options on how to create your app: Start from blankStart from dataStart from template Here are my tips on when to pick each option. Start from data I'll begin … Continue reading The 3 ways to start building a Power App and when to use each