In how to get started with PowerApps, we explained how to sign-up and get access to PowerApps. We also gave a very in-depth overview explaining what Microsoft PowerApps and Flow is the ultimate introduction to Microsoft Flow and PowerApps (you should definitely check this out as it explains both products very well via video). Once ...

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After the release of Microsoft PowerApps, many Office365 subscribers are thinking that Microsoft PowerApps is designated as replacement of InfoPath. Microsoft PowerApps provides many features that are available in InfoPath and enables enterprise users to create, collaborate, communicate and manage mobile apps without having developer skills. Also, Microsoft PowerApps can ...

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Microsoft Project Rome is a platform that allows a user to connect, manage and control devices and apps locally or from the cloud. It allows a developer to write apps that can facilitate a user to start a task on one device and complete on another device. For an instance, ...

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Microsoft has launched Microsoft Forms for Office 365 education customers which is another step to make Office 365 a more collaborative platform. Presently, Microsoft Forms is available only to Office 365 Education subscribers and a public preview will be rolling out for Office 365 commercial subscribers. Microsoft Forms is an ...

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​With the ever growing suite of applications and tools being released into the Microsoft product landscape, it can be difficult to keep up, so we thought we'd show you how to get started and how to use PowerApps! ​What is Microsoft PowerApps? Microsoft PowerApps is a powerful and innovative service introduced by ...

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Microsoft is consistently adding new Applications and Apps into Office 365 at an amazing pace. It is clear to see that they are determined to increase the overall functionality and adoption of it. One of the newest additions is Microsoft StaffHub, which has now been made accessible to Office 365 customers ...

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