Microsoft Power Pages is a great platform that allows users to leverage much of their existing skills with Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform to create a portal that can allow more individuals to access their system. While Power Automate may be the go-to method to perform automation, real-time workflows also have some user cases as well.
Power Automate is a great tool to expand the capabilities of Dynamics 365. If you use it long enough, you'll likely become familiar with the nuances of setting the values for different column types. One of which would be option sets. While you can use the drop-down to pick the option in some cases, it's also possible to run into instances where you will need to set the column based on data from another step.
Duplicate data is an issue many of us are familiar with. Dynamics does have methods to detect duplicates as they are being created and ways to use rules to gather potential duplicates after the fact. However, someone still needs to go through that list and determine if they should be merged one by one.
What is Concurrency Control in Power Automate?
Power Automate is a cloud-based service by Microsoft that allows users to streamline repetitive tasks, integrate systems, and trigger actions based on specific events or conditions. While Power Automate can do a lot, speed can become an issue if the task you're trying to achieve is being applied to multiple rows.
Canvas apps are a great tool that empowers citizen developers and professional developers alike to quickly build custom applications that meet specific business needs. However, like most things, it isn't perfect. One limitation is the built-in search functionality.
If you often find yourself sending emails from Dynamics that require attachments, you are likely familiar with the pain points of this process. It requires multiple clicks, you need to search for the correct attachments, and it opens the door for inconsistent file versions.