Log in to PowerApps from the Office 365 waffle (app launcher), or at web.powerapps.com. If you do not have a PowerApps account you can create a free account using a work or organizational email address. You'll also need a Plan 2 license to work with the CDS for apps. Sign up for free trial of PowerApps Plan 2 at powerapps.com.
- [Instructor] There are a couple of different ways … to log in to PowerApps. … If you're already logged into Microsoft Office, … and you go to office.com, you can go to all your apps, … and you'll find PowerApps on that list, … right here. … And note, you can open it in a new tab, … you can pin it up to the top of the launcher, … which I think is a great thing to do … because what that means then is the next time … that I click on the waffle or the app launcher, … PowerApps will be right here. … And it already knows I'm logged in … because I'm logged in to Office, … so I won't have any problems logging in. … Another way you can log in is to go to … PowerApps.microsoft.com. … You can sign in or if you are just starting this journey, … you can sign up for free, and you can get … a free license Plan 2 trial that you can use, … so you enter your work or school account. … Not hotmail or live.com or gmail account, … but actually a work or a home account … to get started, or for more information, …
- Recall the URL for the PowerApps portal.
- Recognize the template used to create a three-screen mobile app from existing data.
- Name the default type of entity ownership.
- Determine the type of relationship between two entities.
- Identify the prefix for Microsoft Dynamics entities.
- Explain where PowerApps business rules run, even on canvas apps.
- Recognize an example of an artifact type of component.