Forms – Power Automate – SharePoint and then Showing the Most Current Submission in Power BI

In this video, we take a simple Microsoft Form, copy each entry to SharePoint with Power Automate, and then visualize the data in Power BI. The main insight is to show only the most recent form submission by grouping within Power BI, creating a MaxDate column, and then filtering.

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About Jeff Rhodes
Jeff Rhodes is a founder and Chief Technical Officer of Platte Canyon Multimedia Software Corporation, a leader in developing commercial e-Learning software. He graduated at the top of his class at the Air Force Academy, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Jeff received a Masters degree in Economics from the London School of Economics, which he attended under a British Marshall Scholarship. Jeff is the author of "Creating Business Applications with Microsoft 365: Techniques in Power Apps, Power BI, SharePoint, and Power Automate", "Creating Business Applications with Office 365: Techniques in SharePoint, PowerApps, Power BI, and More", “Programming for e-Learning Developers: ToolBook, Flash, JavaScript, & Silverlight”, and “VBTrain.Net: Creating Computer and Web Based Training with Visual Basic .NET.” He also co-wrote “The ToolBook Companion.” Jeff lives in Colorado Springs with his wife Sue.

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