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PowerApps Tip Corner – Know your Delegation!
While PowerApps is a very powerful tool, and can connect to MANY data sources, one of the biggest limitations is […]
Print a Form in PowerApps
I think one of the biggest roadblocks for users converting from InfoPath to PowerApps has been the lack of any […]
PowerApps Tip Corner – Getting Past the 500 Items Limit (somewhat)
So, one thing I’ve wanted to do on this blog is to be able to get some Quick tips out […]
Conditional Access with Intune and Azure
One of the nice features of Intune (and to a greater extent, Azure Active Directory), is the ability to apply […]
Sorting Columns in the PowerApps Data Table
I’m hoping that by the time most people read this, native support for filtering and sorting the new Data Table […]
Microsoft snuck in support for SharePoint Libraries into PowerApps
If you haven’t been paying close attention to some recent updates to PowerApps, you may not have noticed that Microsoft […]
Mobile Application Management with Microsoft Intune
So, what is MAM? You may have heard the term if you’ve had any talks about a mobility strategy for […]
What IS Microsoft PowerApps?
Lately, I’ve heard from a lot of people: “I’ve heard about Microsoft PowerApps, but what is it? What does it […]
Should I replace my InfoPath forms with PowerApps?
With Microsoft releasing PowerApps to General Availability on Nov. 1st, many Office 365 subscribers can now get a much better […]