More Buttons! Let's look at another numerical control - The Number Input. The Number Input again creates another interactive layer to the form, allowing the user to easily increase and decrease a numerical field by clicking on a + or - button. Our use case is to be able to easily track the number of … Continue reading Unified Interface Controls – The Number Input
Let's press some BUTTONS! Continuing along our series of the Unified Interface controls, today we are going to implement another number based control - the Radial Knob. Weeeeee - circles! The Radial knob is a control that adds an extra layer of interactivity to our forms. It will again allow the user a great visual … Continue reading Unified Interface Controls – The Radial Knob
What a day! What an incredible event to kick off 2020! If you weren't able to attend the event, don't worry! Many of the speakers have uploaded their slide decks and/or have content available to view online! Let's take a look at some of these sessions! Breaking Down the Controls - Emma D'Arcy My session … Continue reading #PowerUpPhilly – A Recap
Footage of me the night before my exam I finally did it! I finally took the MB-200 exam, despite initially booking to take the exam six months ago. In this post I'll share what the MB-200 exam is, why you should take it, some resources that helped me and some tips for taking the actual … Continue reading I took MB-200 and you can too!
Earlier this week, we kicked off #TheDunderMifflinProject by starting out from the very beginning - Requirements gathering. In order to keep track of all the fun features we want to implement at Dunder Mifflin, Scranton, we decided that we would investigate the use of Azure Boards. Full disclosure - I have never really been involved … Continue reading Introducing: Azure Boards!
Over the last few weeks I've been working on a new medium for sharing content with the Power Platform community. As of Monday January 6th, I will be live streaming an entire implementation process from start to finish over multiple weeks! Mixer is an online streaming service provided by Microsoft. It allows viewers to watch … Continue reading Introducing Mixer for the Power Platform!
Me. Before I was told about Profiles. Over the last few weeks, I have been actively involved in various projects that required access to multiple environments. For some of you reading this, that will sound like your day to day life and what I'm about to blog about may be standard stuff, however my role … Continue reading How Google Chrome Profiles Saved My Sanity (And Time!)
On this episode, I had the absolute pleasure of speaking with two highly acclaimed individuals within our community - Lisa Crosbie, Biz Apps MVP and Ben Vollmer, Field Service Director at the Mothership! In our session we covered what exactly is involved in the day to day role of a Pre-Sales Consultant. We talked about … Continue reading Live Chat Episode 3: The Role of the Pre-Sales Consultant.
So now that we've looked at how to send ClickDimensions emails using Flow, our next step is to send an email containing data from any record in Dynamics! They said it couldn't be done, but I'm here to prove them wrong! We're going to be taking a look at this process and how to automate … Continue reading How to send ClickDimensions emails with data from ANY record!
Last week, I finally managed to get my hands on the illusive Relate Record Action to update my "Send ClickDimensions Emails within a Flow" post. However, I found that while the action appeared simple from the outset, actually implementing it was a little more difficult than I had originally expected, especially as I am not … Continue reading Microsoft Flow: The Relate Records Action Demystified!