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Power Apps Virtual Summit 2019

If you've purchased a pass to this Summit, you can access the sessions below by clicking 'Watch Session' and then 'Unlock' using the email address you used to make your purchase. Once unlocked, all the videos will be available on that same browser for 12 months.

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How to create a Suggestion Voting PowerApp

In this session Nick Brattoli introduces the Power Apps Summit and moves on to demonstrate how you can create a Suggestion Voting Power App. The App includes a method for users to submit suggestions, functionality to allow users to vote for their favourite along with a method to review which suggestion received the most votes. This process looks at many different aspects of creating a Power App, including forms, linking to data held in a SharePoint list, creating and then moving dynamically between Power App screens.

Nick Brattoli MVP

Consultant

Speaker

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The Modern Autograph book - A PowerApps and Flow Story

The session looks at taking photographs and signatures from Power Apps, processing them through Power Automate, combining them into a Word document using an Azure function and then storing them in SharePoint. Whilst the premise of an autograph book is a bit of a gimmick and allows me to tell a bit of a story around it, the idea is that it promotes thinking about how you could use the technology for business purposes by showcasing the art of the possible.

Matt Weston MVP

Consultant

Speaker

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How To Create A Hangman Game Using A Power Apps

In this session, we will build a Hangman game that selects a word and lets the user pick letters and for every wrong answer draws another part of the hangman. Many "learn to code" courses include programming a game to explore different techniques in a fun way. The techniques included here include using collections to track activity, using galleries to display a keyboard and correctly selected letters, using svg to draw the hangman and using timer to do a loop to set it all up.

Laura Graham-Brown

Consultant

Speaker

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Learn how to control your Controls

In this session I will take you on a grand tour of all the major PowerApps Controls in the toolbox. This is unmissable if you're just starting out on PowerApps.

Sandy Ussia

MVP

Speaker

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PowerApps Off the Grid: An Offline Story

Let Matt take you through the “Ins” and “Outs” of the offline capabilities of PowerApps as he walks you through real-world examples in a session that will prepare you for what you need to know.

Matt Schuessler

Consultant

Speaker

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Building Consistent User Interfaces in Power Apps

In this session, I will show you some examples of how to easily create centralised application settings that are available across all of your screens. Using variables and collections to manage your apps means you don’t have to update hundreds of controls each time you make a change. We will also use this method to allow your users easily choose different Themes in your application.

Mark Stokes

Consultant

Speaker

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PowerApps - the best practices

This action packed session will include and demonstrate:

  • using collections for your branding
  • how to pass through delegation
  • how to overcome delegation with collection methods
  • loading icons interaction with ms flow (and maybe some more)

Dries Verdonckt

Consultant

Speaker

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Connect PowerApps to Zapier in a Zap

Power Automate can answer a lot of your connectivity needs however, there may be times when you want to use Zapier to connect to other services on the Internet. In this session Hugh, will explain how to create a new connector that allows you to leverage over 1200 applications via the leading integration solution, Zapier!

Hugh Wood

Consultant

Speaker

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PowerApps and Related Lists

Related lists, and parent-child forms are a very common requirement when building business solutions in SharePoint. Are you moving to PowerApps from older legacy technologies like InfoPath and MS Access? With related lists and tables, and SharePoint lookup columns, there are some important details to understand in order to work with these types of relationships in your apps. In this session, learn how to configure your sub-forms, repeating tables, and cascading drop-downs with SharePoint lists and libraries. Apps that have dashboards of related lists, can even be used as a replacement for old classic connected web parts on a page. With this knowledge, you’ll walk away with a fundamental understanding of how to build your own business solutions the right way with PowerApps, and apply these principals in many types of SharePoint scenarios.

Laura Rogers MVP

Consultant

Speaker

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On-DEMAND

Powering up your Apps with Cognitive Services

If you want to power up your Power Apps with Artificial Intelligence, then this session is for you. Imagine if you could enable functionality for facial and speech recognition, language understanding and emotion detection in your app?

In this session we will:

  • Explore the different Azure Cognitive Services capabilities
  • Demonstrate how you can utilize these features in your Power Apps & Power Automate solutions

April Dunnam

Consultant

Speaker