Watch Bill create a data connection between PowerApps and OneDrive for Business.
- [Instructor] All right, once again…we're here in our Office 365 portal…and we're ready to go to PowerApps.…We're gonna click there and it will take us…to our PowerApps homepage,…and we need to create that data connection.…So we're gonna click on data and choose connections.…And we need to create a connection…to our OneDrive for Business.…So we're gonna go up here and click on new connection.…We will search for OneDrive.…
OneDrive for Business 'cause it is our Office 365 account.…We'll click there.…Create that connection.…It's gonna ask us to sign in, pick our account.…We're signed in again as Harold Wandaleere.…And we look down at the bottom and there is our connection…for our OneDrive for Business.…So you know now how to create that connection…to OneDrive for Business.…The next thing we're going to do is create our app.…
- What can you do with PowerApps?
- Data connections for PowerApps
- Creating an app using data from a SharePoint list
- Creating an app from an Excel workbook
- Using templates to create apps
- Creating an app for Microsoft Dynamics
- Creating an app for Salesforce
Skill Level Beginner
SharePoint 2016: Managing Large Listswith Gini von Courter1h 18m Intermediate
SharePoint 2016: Branding SharePoint Siteswith Gini von Courter56m 10s Intermediate
Microsoft Flow Essential Trainingwith Bill Kulterman1h 49m Beginner
1. Getting Started with PowerApps
2. Create an App from a SharePoint List
3. Create the Reviewer App from Excel in OneDrive
4. Create an App from a Template
5. Create an App for Microsoft Dynamics
6. Create an App for Salesforce
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