Join Bill Kulterman for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Microsoft PowerApps Essential Training: Beyond the Basics.
- [Bill] Well, we had a lot of fun with this course.…We used PowerApps to create five different…mobile and web business apps.…We created apps that connected with data…from SharePoint and in Excel Workbook in OneDrive…for business.…We made apps that connected…to Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Salesforce…and we're able to add data to both of those powerful tools…with our apps.…We even created a great budget tracker app…using a PowerApps template,…but we've barely scratched the surface…on what you can do with PowerApps.…
Now, if you're looking to continue…learning more about PowerApps,…you can click on the Guided Learning link on the Help menu…on the PowerApps home page.…I'm Bill Kulterman and I hope you enjoyed this course…as much as I enjoyed creating it for you.…You can find me at LinkedIn or on Twitter at @BillKulterman…or on my webpage billkulterman.com.…Thanks a lot for watching.…
- 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
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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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