There’s lots of posts on this, but they seem to mostly point to something other than what I was looking for. Power Apps maintains versions every time we edit the app, so how do we do that?
We’re all aware of the importance of having strong passwords and changing them from time to time. Recently I made an effort to automate the process of updating my SQL Azure password using PowerShell.
You can use readily available basic visitor context information to do things like show/hide fields on a SharePoint custom list form, or change colors and button text on a standalone Power App. Maybe even load a specific screen in a Power App!
Often times I’ve heard the need to get the manager of a user for various reasons – seek approval, alert an expiring action, general notification, etc. This needs to be available in Power Automate…and it is!
Filtering content has evolved! Learn the modern approach to displaying content on your SharePoint site, and also how to apply legacy filtering techniques to this same modern method!