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Simplify your app authoring experience with the latest updates in Power Apps. The new modern app designer makes model-driven apps far more accessible and easier to build. Customize pages, then generate Power Fx formulas that write themselves when you specify what you want using natural language. Emma Cooper, Senior Program Manager for Microsoft Power Apps, joins Jeremy Chapman to share how these updates make it easier to build apps and bring in advanced functionality with very low code.

Build your own model-driven apps: Fully working app, no formulas or code buildingGenerate data already stored in Dataverse Preview, then publish

Customize your apps: Add custom pages Build custom logic with Power Fx Make apps available in Microsoft Teams

► QUICK LINKS: 00:00 - Introduction 01:34 - Office Depot’s model-driven app 02:41 - How to build a model-driven app 04:58 - How to customize your app 06:44 - What is Power Fx? 09:56 - Make apps available in Teams 10:25 - Wrap up

► Link References: Get a full list of the Power Fx functions available at https://aka.ms/powerfxfunctions For tips, tricks, and guidance on Power Apps, go to https://aka.ms/powerappsresources Check out our show on Dataverse at https://aka.ms/MechanicsDataverse

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