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User Group Spotlight – the Flow & PowerApps User Groups are doing amazing things every day. We’re constantly impressed with the passion, dedication and creativity we see in the groups and the members of the community that lead them. This week we would like to inspire you by highlighting one of our groups that have blown us away with their agenda lineup.   Salt Lake City PowerApps and Flow User Group When: Sep 12, 2019 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (MT) Where: Bridge Investment Group, Sandy, UT Agenda:  UG Leader @Greg McMurray   will set the stage with a brief intro to Flow & PowerApps , followed by four awesome demos that ...
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Introduction I don’t consider myself a master of PowerShell, REST calls or JSON (JavaScript Object Notation), but I understand that these tools have enormous benefit and make life easier for SharePoint development. Those who are experts with these tools, and others, can shape SharePoint sites easily and quickly with scripts. My experience is the opposite: I am not one of those experts. Instead, I have to perform numerous page clicks to burrow into the depths of SharePoint to perform the tedious, and most often repetitive, operations to complete the intended tasks. With the introduction of Microsoft Flow, I was excited that much of what I was doing in SharePoint ...
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Have you ever thought it would be handy to target your customers within a certain distance of something? Maybe you're throwing an event and want to know how many of your customers are within a 30 minutes drive so you can send them a personal invite? Maybe you're a recruiter and would like to know which of your potential candidates live within a 15 minute walk of the role you're trying to fill? Sure, you could use an advanced find in Dynamics 365 to target customers in a specific city, but that doesn't give you that much info to go on. On the other hand, knowing that your customer is a 5 minute walk around the corner gives you that extra bit of knowledge to ...
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User Group Focus for the Power platform (includes Power BI, PowerApps, Microsoft Flow) March 13-14, 2019 in Houston, TX  In its fourth year,   User Group Focus for the Power platform   is heading to Houston, TX this March 13-14. This immersive event offers 90-minute, multi-level sessions on PowerBI, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow. All sessions are deep-dives, presented by technical and functional experts, MVPs, and Microsoft team members. Why should you attend? An intimate event, User Group Focus offers a unique opportunity to sharpen your skills and learn best practices to further your job role, career, and product investment. This will result ...
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Journey from “User” to “User Group Leader” This is a Q&A with Daniel Laskewitz, Dutch PowerApps and Flow User Group Leader Why did you initially submit an application to start a PowerApps User Group in the Netherlands? (DL): The Power Platform is a really powerful platform. It makes it possible for non-IT users to create IT-solutions. Lots of user groups are focusing on the IT-space instead of the power users. We wanted to also get the power users involved, so that and the fact that it’s really cool technology made us start the user group. How has the experience of being a user group leader been – what do you enjoy most about it? (DL): ...
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I have been working on Microsoft Flows Customer support team for quite some time now and one very common ask from customers is : How to create a SharePoint list from another list.  So far flow actions for SharePoint allows users to create, copy or delete items from one list to other. However, we don't have actions, which will create the List itself. With Send HTTP request to SharePoint action in flows, its now very easy to leverage rest api calls to perform a lot of custom actions.  In my flow, I am calling Sharepoint Rest API to list all the fields in Source List A. The following rest api call is used to list all the Fields in Source List A: _api/web/lists/GetByTitle('ListA')/Fields?$filter=Hidden ...
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We are very excited to announce that our Flow User Group (FlowUG), a site to connect Microsoft Flow users with each other, has a new enhanced web experience! Let’s take a tour of some of the new personalized features which will help you better see relevant discussions and upcoming events.  Easily Access User Groups  With the new Utility navigation on the top bar, you can seamlessly access PowerBIUG, PowerAppsUG, and other user groups without leaving the site. You can use your same login credentials for the User Group for Dynamics 365 ( D365UG.COM ) site, giving you access to expanded resources and education around the Microsoft Business Application suite.  ...
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Power Summit  is coming to  Amsterdam, the Netherlands!  Block your calendar for  March 27-29, 2019  and join us at this must-attend event  at the  RAI Amsterdam . Power Summit is aimed at empowering Microsoft Business Intelligence users with the right information to tackle any project, big or small. What to expect at Power Summit: Products covered : deep dives on the Microsoft Business Intelligence suite, including Power BI, PowerApps, Flow, SQL Server, Excel, Azure, D365 and more Exceptional content:  interactive sessions, workshops, and labs led by industry and product experts Get immediate answers  directly from the Microsoft ...
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Hundreds of Power BI, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow users are marking their calendars as busy for October 15-18. Why, you ask? To gather in Phoenix, AZ for the inaugural  Power Summit  conference, of course! Are you still scheduled to be in the office? Don’t delay your Summit registration – you can save $200 with Advanced pricing through Thursday, September 6.  Register now. If you're not already registered, can we tempt you to join us in Phoenix? Here is a preview of what you can look forward to onsite: Learn from the Best. Take advantage of the kick-butt content and learning tracks.  Check the schedule to start planning. ...
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