Dynamic Information in PowerApps and Sending an Adaptive Card to Teams using Power Automate

In this video based on a real-life example, we create linked SharePoint lists that display status levels, colors, and associated steps. We then read these lists from PowerApps to create a status display that we display in a tab in Teams. Finally, we create a flow so that each time the status changes, we automatically post that to our Teams channel.

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Overcoming Delegation Issues with PowerApps, SharePoint, and Flow

In this video, we look at how to use technique described in https://tinyurl.com/twzvbgl to overcome delegation limits in PowerApps using a SharePoint data source. We also implement a corresponding Power Automate Flow to copy the ID value to a numeric column each time we create a record.

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Creating a Help Ticket Application in PowerApps

In this video, we look at the design of a PowerApps application that allows users to view their own tickets and add a new one. Along the way, we cover the Office365Users, Office365Outlook, and SharePoint data sources. We show how to set colors based on logic, show a label until all mandatory items are filled in, edit data cards, set and use global variables, and much more.

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Simple Programming Concepts Implemented in PowerApps, Web Forms, HTML, Windows Forms, and ToolBook

In this video, we build the same simple application in Visual Studio (Windows Forms, Web Forms, HTML), ToolBook, and PowerApps to see the differences in environments in working with properties, events, and methods.

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Implementing Search in PowerApps, SharePoint, and Teams

In this video, we implement search in our “Help Tickets” SharePoint list datasource for multiline text columns using managed properties. We then examine how to add the list to Teams to implement search there. Finally, we build a PowerApps search application that uses collections to quickly search our tickets.

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My book Creating Business Applications with Office 365: Techniques in SharePoint, PowerApps, Power BI, and More is on sale for $7 this week as part of the Apress Cyber Monday Sale. Enter code CYBERWEEK19 at checkout. Here is the direct link: https://www.apress.com/us/book/9781484253304.

Emailing Users Based on List Values Using PowerApps

This video shows how to email users from PowerApps and to customize who is emailed based on the settings in a SharePoint list. We also look at how to send the emails via HTML and with normal importance.

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Using Logic in PowerApps to Set the Name of an Approver

This video shows hot to use variables and logic in PowerApps to log the name of the user who approves the form and save that into SharePoint.

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Disabling PowerApps Controls Based on a List of Users

This video demonstrates how to enable or disable particular PowerApps controls based on a SharePoint list of approved users.

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Disabling Particular Controls By User in PowerApps

This video demonstrates how to control access to a particular control in PowerApps by looking at the current Office 365 user. This allows us to only allow a particular user to approve an item, for example.

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