I’m Aaron, a Consulting Manager for a team that delivers Power Platform solutions, with a historic background in Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (CRM). Here I’ll share with you snippets relating to my world, in the hope that these can be useful to you too!
Way before Microsoft had a fully-fledged Outlook and Microsoft To Do app for iOS and Android, there were two apps that tightly integrated with each other to form an absolute machine in productivity – Sunrise and Wunderlist. Tasks would show as ‘All Day’ items at the top of your calendar, with ticks next to eachContinue reading “Tip: Find Hidden Personal Microsoft To Do Capability in Power Automate”
A couple of weeks ago I found an empty slot in my diary, and I (dangerously) thought “I know, I’ll brush up on my Canvas app skills!”. In my role I find myself looking across multiple Dynamics 365 apps, Excel spreadsheets, and Power BI reports daily, and I set myself the task of bringing allContinue reading “Delegation in Canvas Apps”
Microsoft’s documentation goes to great lengths in order to explain how we can migrate Power Apps Portal data from one environment to another by using the Configuration Migration Tool, but it doesn’t quite go as far as explaining how to re-point the already-provisioned portal to your newly migrated data upon first deployment. Follow the belowContinue reading “Tip: Quickly Enable Migrated Power Apps Portal Configuration”
For me, the most exciting part of a project is the challenge of figuring out exactly what a client is asking for based on a very short brief provided in an introductory call. This challenge is increased in my industry when you move from Dynamics 365 based projects to pure Power Platform projects, because youContinue reading “Translating Unknowns into Tangible Requirements”
Do you keep hearing about the Power Platform but don’t really know what it is? Well let me tell you everything you need to know in this short video! In my role at QUANTIQ as the Power Platform Team Manager, I had the opportunity to join in with the video-first campaign where a number ofContinue reading “What is Microsoft Power Platform?”
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