In this video, you will learn how to build an AI Model to process forms / invoices using the new AI Builder in PowerApps. This video is a part of the AI Builder Video Series in which we will explore three different capabilities of the new AI Builder in PowerApps and build the AI Models and canvas apps from scratch. 1. AI Builder Quick Demo - Business Card Scanner | Object Detector | Form Processor -https://youtu.
In this video, you will learn how to build a business card scanner in PowerApps using the new AI Builder and then store the info in SharePoint / Outlook Contacts / CDS . This video is a part of the AI Builder Video Series in which we will explore three different capabilities of the new AI Builder in PowerApps and build the AI Models and canvas apps from scratch. 1.
Flow Screenshot It is a good practice to publish all your PowerApps regularly as sometimes the enhancements/features don;t show up until you publish the app. You can use Flow and the “PowerApps for App Makers” connector to publish your apps on a regular basis. ( I do it on a monthly basis) Hope this helps. Link to the flow files here - https://github.com/thatapiguy/Publish-All-PowerApps-using-Flow/ Comments: Michael - Feb 5, 2023
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 Premium Office 365 A1 for Students Office 365 A1 Plus for Faculty Office 365 A1 Plus for Students
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[tweet https://twitter.com/that_API_guy/status/1104836878107373570 ] 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 task to To-Do Read email/ send email Read out calendar Create a meeting invite Add an item to SharePoint list and much more… What do we need?
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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 get scared, it’s simple) That’s all you need to automate your online meetings. Step 1: Get the access token for Pushbullet APIAfter signing up for Pushbullet, go to My account and click on “Create Access Token” Copy this token and save it in some document / sticky note.
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 further, I wanted a way to assign due dates and reminders for the e-mails based on some priority level.