#InfoPath #SharePointDesigner

InfoPath and SharePoint Designer 2013 have now officially fallen out of mainstream support. What exactly does that mean? I’ll explain what implications this has for you if you’re still using InfoPath and SharePoint Designer. I’ll also cover what tools to use instead and how to get up to speed with them.

🔗 Links 🔗

🔗 Power Apps Formula Reference – https://aka.ms/powerapps-formulas​

🔗 Getting Started with Power Apps – https://aka.ms/learn-canvasapps ​

🔗 Getting Started with Power Apps Formulas – https://aka.ms/learn-powerapps-formulas ​

🔗 Building the UI for your Power App – https://aka.ms/learn-powerapps-ui ​

🔗 Power Apps Developer Plan – https://aka.ms/powerapps-devplan ​

🔗 Getting Started with Power Automate – https://aka.ms/april/learn-powerautomate ​

🔗 Integrating Power Automate with SharePoint – https://aka.ms/learn-powerautomate-sharepoint

🔗 LinkedIn Learning Course: Migrating from SharePoint Designer to Power Automate – https://www.linkedin.com/learning-login/share?account=3322&forceAccount=false&redirect=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.linkedin.com%2Flearning%2Fsharepoint-migrating-from-designer-to-power-automate%3Ftrk%3Dshare_ent_url%26shareId%3D%252BIcfMvI4TRSq%252BoKGOcou1Q%253D%253D

🔗 Licensing Overview – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/pricing-billing-skus

Table of Contents:

00:00 – Intro
01:06 – Understanding the Product Lifecycle
02:22 – Mainstream vs Extended Support
04:30 – How to Move Forward
07:06 – Power Apps Features
09:36 – Power Automate Features
10:43 – Learning Power Apps
13:03 – Learning Power Automate
15:11 – Wrap Up

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I'm a Partner Technical Architect at Microsoft and Power Apps/Power Automate MVP Alumni. As a Partner Technical Architect on the Modern Workplace Team, I focus on helping our partner ecosystem skill-up on Teams and Power Platform and overcome technical barriers. I'm a developer who is passionate about the Power Platform. I have an active YouTube Channel and blog where I share how-to videos and demos around Power Apps, Power Automate, Teams and SharePoint. I regularly speak at events across the globe to share Power Platform knowledge. On top of blogging, I speak at local tech events and run the local PowerApps and Flow User Group. When I’m not working I love going to karaoke or trivia night at the local brewery.

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