With a free trial of Microsoft 365 you can use the Power Platform and Microsoft 365 tools without interfering with your normal work account. Useful for creating demos or for training.
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.
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.
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).
Against message in Microsoft Teams, you have the option to perform actions. With Power Automate, you can build a flow to create your own custom action to appear in your list. This works for both messages posted in a channel and those in a chat.
In this post, I'll explain one method you can use to get Power Virtual Agent in Microsoft Teams send the same proactive message to everyone with the bot installed.
If you are using your Power Virtual Agents in Microsoft Teams, it is possible to have the bot send a message to a user proactively. That means, rather than waiting for the user to chat to the bot, the bot can be the first one to message them. This can be achieved by using the … Continue reading Send a proactive message with Power Virtual Agents in Teams
Bulletins is a customisable app available in Microsoft Teams, giving you a central place to store knowledge and post announcements.
One way to stay up to date on the latest Power Platform news and features: Build a flow! As soon as an article is posted on the blog, you can send yourself a Teams notifications and a link to the article.