What is the Microsoft Power Platform?
What is the Microsoft Power Platform? You may have already heard of its virtues in helping to display, automate and analyze data. But how does it work? And what does it do for you? In fact, the Power Platform is not one, but 4 tools: 1. Power BI 2. Power Apps 3. Power Automate 4. Power […]
Microsoft Changes: What are the Changes for API Calls?
The changes made by Microsoft in October will also be applicable for the use of APIs (Application Processing Interfaces). The plans of the application programming interface, which serve as a kind of toolbox for developers, have been modified. Following our article on license modifications as well as the one on Power Apps and Flow, here are the newest developments on […]
What you need to know about changes to Microsoft Power Apps and Flow licencing
The changes announced by Microsoft for its applications have been in place since October. These changes allow users to work on the applications they need when they need them. After discussing the changes for Dynamics 365 licences, we now present those for Power Apps and Microsoft Flow. Here’s what’s new with Power Apps and Microsoft […]
Using Flow as a workflow scheduler in Microsoft Power Platform
One requirement that is repeatedly being asked for by customers in Power Platform projects is the ability to schedule a workflow on a collection of record. For example: I want to run a daily (classic) workflow on every active contact at midnight. Unfortunately, there is no out-of-the-box way of implementing this requirement inside Microsoft […]