April 2019 Cincinnati PowerApps and Flow User Group Meeting

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PowerApps and Flow license based on Office 365 license

This blog post is based on the Licensing document released by Microsoft in April 2019. The intent of this blog post is to help you understand the licensing better based on the Office 365 license you currently have. If you have any of these Office 365 Licenses - Office 365 Business Essentials Office 365 Business … Continue reading PowerApps and Flow license based on Office 365 license

Alexa, ask Microsoft Flow to read out my latest e-mail

I posted this on twitter and got a lot of requests to create a blog on this , so here you go - Why are we doing this? We are all surrounded by different smart home devices and voice assistants around us. Wouldn't it be great if we could use them to - Add a … Continue reading Alexa, ask Microsoft Flow to read out my latest e-mail

Open Meeting Links Automatically on Desktop | Microsoft Flow

Frustrated with always opening the meeting invite and clicking on the join Skype / Teams meeting? Want to know how to automatically start the meeting window on your desktop a few minutes before any meeting starts? You are at the right place! What you need  - Microsoft Flow Pushbullet Account Pushbullet API Access token (don't … Continue reading Open Meeting Links Automatically on Desktop | Microsoft Flow

Microsoft To-do! Due dates based on E-mail Importance

I recently read this blog post from Luise Freese about Microsoft To-do - 11 reasons why I fell in love with Microsoft To-Do and I couldn't agree more. In-fact, I can add 10 more to that list! 🙂 One of the reasons mentioned was around moving flagged e-mails to To-Do using Microsoft Flow . To take this a step … Continue reading Microsoft To-do! Due dates based on E-mail Importance

PowerApps Challenge

In this video we will show a step by step approach to solve the 3 tasks mentioned in this challenge by Audrie Gordon - Challenge Form Challenge 1. We will create a PowerApp with 2 data sources such that the user can read the data but can't edit it. Challenge 2. Tracking inventory of PowerApps … Continue reading PowerApps Challenge

Send O365 Docs as PDF | Power-N-Apps E3

  Welcome to Power-N-Apps! In this week's video, the PowerApps Gaming guru Brian Dang shows us his scavenger hunt app, and we also discuss how to convert office 365 docs to PDF using Flow and then read it in PowerApps. Join us in this power journey and let's learn together. Show notes To follow Brian … Continue reading Send O365 Docs as PDF | Power-N-Apps E3

Gamify Physics with PowerApps | Power-N-Apps E1

Welcome to Power-N-Apps! You can think of it as "Power and Apps" , "Power in Apps" or as I pronounce it - "Power naps" 😀 . These sessions are equivalent to having "power naps" as these will give you the right amount of content to get you more energized and pumped about PowerApps and Flow. … Continue reading Gamify Physics with PowerApps | Power-N-Apps E1

Click-through PowerApps Analytics

Introduction This blog post will walk through a simple approach to create your own click-through analytics. Extend your reporting options to include statistics which will raise visibility into how your app consumers navigate your applications, enabling you to use data to validate assumptions on app usage and design. I have attached the MSAPP files and … Continue reading Click-through PowerApps Analytics

The Journey Begins

Why this blog? I am having an amazing journey through the world of PowerApps and Flow. This  platform has enabled the non-programmers/citizen developers like me to develop apps easily to simplify business processes(and sometimes just to have some “Nerdy Fun”). This blog is for the community to benefit from and to learn what I have … Continue reading The Journey Begins