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Microsoft Teams is an avoidable productivity tool in the business world today. You can either choose to use it or not to use it, but there is no way you can ignore it completely. With plenty of innovative updates, features, and changes, Microsoft Teams is getting bigger and smarter day by day. Businesses who have decided to utilize this amazing tool will know it better. Since the pandemic, the number of businesses and users who have started using Microsoft Teams increased in astonishing numbers. One interesting and effective way in which Microsoft Teams is enhancing its user experience is through apps. As you might know, Microsoft apps or solutions such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. are integrated into Teams by default and they work smoothly.
Building collections in PowerApps is a great way to keep data, take it offline, manipulate data and batch it up to your data source of choice. For example, your company can use a PowerApps collection to store employee information and organize them by their names, positions, departments, and any other information you would like to use. Once you've collected this data together, you can use it in a variety of ways to facilitate your organization's work. So, with that said, let's take a look at what you need to do in order to begin using a PowerApps collection.
February has emerged as the harbinger of good times for PowerApps users across the world. Based on customer feedback, Microsoft has rolled out a new feature which enables you to share an app with a set of users in the company.All you need to do is simply copy and paste their names or emails instead of typing the full name for each individual user.
Hello everyone !! We are back with another edition of SharePoint Tips. This is going to be a blog series. So, stay tuned! In the first part, we will show you how to make a mobile app in PowerApps that connects to both Flow and SharePoint with an aim to have an easy items submission and approval process.
SharePoint lists are used by teams around the world to access, share, and collaborate around structured data. Enhancing the capability further, Microsoft has endowed users with a powerful capability to build apps utilizing SharePoint lists as a data source using PowerApps.
Microsoft PowerApps ushered in a new era of app building. The cumbersome process of building apps has been converted into one that is simple, quick and easy. Hail PowerApps!