How time flies! 2022 Release Wave 2 plans are already here. The Release Plans describe new functionality planned to be rolled out from October 2022 to March 2023. In this post I have picked 10 features that I want to highlight from the Power Platform release plan. Remember that the plans are living documentation, features can be added or removed and dates might change. It’s time to prepare for the wave and let the plans give you 💡 for future solutions!Continue reading “10 highlights of 2022 Release Wave 2”
Microsoft Build took place May 24–26. In this post we will look at the Build announcements from a Power Platform perspective. I will also tell you about a new little adventure of mine, give you my thoughts around Microsoft events and why I think it is for YOU and we will make a short trip back to Build 2021. The featured image does not really tell the truth, of course I did not just register 😉 that was old news.Continue reading “The Microsoft Build 2022 adventure”
Recently MVP Jonas Rapp was invited by MVP Victor Dantas to the Zero to Hero show. The FetchXML Builder creator held the session FetchXML Builder from Zero to Hero. I listened in and afterwards I felt inspired to write this post to share a few tips and tricks that I had not used before.
I have been missing out and perhaps you have too?!Continue reading “What you might not know about FetchXML Builder”
Today Release Notes for 2022 Release Wave 1 were made available. In this post I will summarize my first impressions and focus will be on Power Apps and Power Automate, but there are also new features from other areas that I will highlight. Here are links to the Power Platform 2022 Release Wave 1 Plan and Dynamics 365 2022 Release Wave 1 Plan.Continue reading “2022 Release Wave 1 – First impressions”
In my previous post I revisited moments from 2021 out of a Power Platform perspective. In this post I will look back at the collaborations I have had during the year. For me, these collaborations are like energy sources. Even though it takes time, I find myself enjoying gathering content, collaborating with others around news and content in general as well as uplifting other people and their work.Continue reading “Looking back at 2021 – News and Content gathering Edition”
The year is coming to an end and it is time to take a moment and reflect on the year that has gone by. Features that are mentioned in this post are either General Available, in Public Preview or upcoming functionality. This is from my own perspective, looking back at some of the announcements that has been made as well as trends I have seen while working in Power Platform projects.Continue reading “Looking back at 2021 – Power Platform Edition”
It is the week of Microsoft Ignite. More than 90 new services and updates are being introduced! In this article, I will summarize the news that I picked up from the past two days, focusing on the news that caught my attention the most. In the Microsoft Ignite Book of News you get a summary of the announcements. Have a look at your areas of interest and you will get an overview of what’s available right after Ignite as well as what is coming.Continue reading “Key Takeaways from Microsoft Ignite November 2021”
It’s the month of bats, pumpkins, ghosts and skeletons. MVP Alex Shlega launched a series of blog posts where he encouraged the community to reveal stories which might help others, with input what NOT to do in Power Platform deployments. You’ll find his first post here. Best Practices is something that I am a big advocate of. Consistency and maintainable solutions are hard to accomplish without it. If you are more than one person working with a solution you simply need a common way of working. In this blog post I will share some thoughts around the subject and I might also have one or two skeletons to dig out from the closet and bring to the Halloween party.Continue reading “Skeletons in the closet – Power Platform Best Practices Edition”
Without Guido Preite there would not be a Power Platform Weekly, at least not in the same format as it is today. Guido started Dynamics Weekly on December 4, 2017 and ran it to October 5, 2020, creating #149 valuable issues. When he said goodbye to it and announced he had created the final issue, each one of us who today run Power Platform Weekly (Daniel Laskewitz, Ed Gonzales, Magnus Gether Sørensen and me), thought to ourselves; Dynamics Weekly will be deeply missed and there will be a gap which needs to be filled.Continue reading “Power Platform Weekly had a chat with MVP Guido Preite”
Subtitle: About data quality and Duplicate Management in Power Platform.
The greatness of your toolbox becomes insignificant if you do not take care of your data. It does not matter how great your tools for app creation, automation and presenting data are if you have poor data quality. The outcome of your work will probably not help the end users to better identify the best prospects and target the correct customers. It will definitely not help them to become more efficient in their work, if they have to hack a path through the jungle each morning before they can get to work.Continue reading “How to avoid a Dataverse jungle”