#PowerPlatform #News
In Power Platform Rewind I review the key Power Platform News and announcements that you might have missed each month. Even though a lot of us took a summer break here in August 2021, there were still a lot of great new Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Virtual Agents and Power BI updates. Some of the news items I’ll cover in this episode are:

✅ In App Notifications for Model Driven Power Apps
✅ New Power Fx Functions
✅ Power Virtual Agents Regex Support
✅ New Power Automate Desktop Actions
✅ Power BI REST API DAX Queries
✅And many more!

🔗 Links 🔗
🔗 Service Now Sample Connector: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/a-sample-custom-connector-for-servicenow-using-oauth-authentication/
🔗 Independent Publisher Connectors: https://github.com/microsoft/powerplatformconnectors
🔗 Powerful Devs Conference Registration: https://aka.ms/PowerfulDevsConf2021
🔗 Code in Custom Connectors: https://us.flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/add-code-to-your-custom-connector/

Table of Contents:

00:00 – Intro
00:16 – In-App Notifications for Model Driven
00:53 – Canvas Components App Scope Access
02:39 – Power Fx Int, Trunc, Weekday Functions
03:31 – PVA Solution Export Import
04:08 – Regex Entity Support for PVA
04:54 – Code in Custom Connectors
05:42 – Power Automate Desktop Excel Actions
05:56 – Model Driven Apps and App Insights
06:32 – VNET Connectivity with Data Flows
07:02 – Power BI REST API DAX Queries
07:13 – Power Platform Build Tools Updates
08:03 – New Power Automate Connectors
09:07 – Powerful Devs Conference

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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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