There are three different PowerApps plans. The first is already included with some Dynamics 365 and Office 365 subscriptions, so if you are working with these cloud-based products you may already have an institutional account for PowerApps. PowerApps Plan One is for users. PowerApps Plan Two is designed for PowerApps builders and administrators, including people who build data models for use with PowerApps. If you find that you need to have access to Plan Two, there’s also a free trial for Plan Two.
- [Instructor] You will need some tools to work along…with me in this course.…The first thing you will need is Microsoft PowerApps.…PowerApps is included with many Office 365 plans,…and with Dynamics 365 subscriptions.…So if you were working with one…of these cloud-based products,…you may already have an account for PowerApps.…You will also need Microsoft Excel 2019, 2016…or even 2013 will work, and you'll need a OneDrive account,…OneDrive for Business is highly recommended.…
If you don't have these tools, the easiest way to get them,…if your organization doesn't provide them,…is to sign up for a business trial of Office 365.…Now, let's sign up for PowerApps.…If you haven't already signed up for PowerApps,…it's time to do that.…Browse to powerapps.microsoft.com…and you'll end up on a page that's a current version…of what you see here.…Note that you have places to sign up for free or to sign in.…
If I choose Sign up free, it says please enter…your work or school account to get started.…By work or school account, what you need to provide…
- Recognize which devices a mobile-first app is designed for.
- Explain how to download an app template.
- Recall which screen in PowerApps displays one card after another.
- Identify layouts available in PowerApps.
- Determine how to enter text as a constant.
- List two terms to describe the first screen that’s loaded when the app is launched.
- Identify the URL used to run PowerApps in a browser.
- Explain how to launch an app from Dynamics 365.