- Outline the utility of Power Apps and its compatibility with other data manipulation tools.
- Describe the basic features of the app screens and data tables.
- Detail procedures for altering the appearance of Power Apps screens.
- Describe methods for adding and manipulating data fields.
- Outline methods for adding data sources and creating galleries.
- Define the term "collection," and describe how to use one.
- Describe the processes for saving apps and data, and exporting packages.
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Phil] Wouldn't it be great to be able to build user-friendly, flexible apps using the data you already have collected in Excel workbooks? Well, Microsoft PowerApps has the ability to do just that. Hi, my name is Phil Gold. I'm a long-time communications and learning and development professional, and I'm always on the look out for better and easier ways to expand the business tool set. In Microsoft PowerApps, you've got a powerful tool that will let you take your existing Excel data and quickly create front ends that will help your users collect and use data, and once you've got it, you can customize it to your heart's content. There are even pre-built templates which make the process even quicker, so if you've been looking for new ways to use your data while making it simpler for your team to use it as well, why don't you join me as we examine the topic of using Excel to build data-driven apps with PowerApps. I think you'll be glad you did.
Effectively Leading Digital Transformationwith Phil Gold1h 11m Intermediate
Link O365 tools in new ways3m 21s
1. Get Started
2. Change Design and Styling
3. Add Functionality
4. Create More Complex Solutions
5. Sharing Your App
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