Microsoft Power Apps puts collaboration front and center with 3 big announcements – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

Yesterday, on day one of the inaugural Microsoft Power Platform conference in Orlando, Florida, the company made three big announcements and feature updates, including:

Power Up Skills Program: An upskilling initiative created to help people from non-technical backgrounds advance their careers with low-code technology and skills.

Cards in Microsoft Power Apps: A new, lightweight way to design and deliver micro apps directly in Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Outlook, and more with an adaptable user interface (UI).

Co-authoring in Power Apps: A feature that allows makers and developers to design and develop the same app at the same time, just like co-authoring in Microsoft 365. This is a big step forward for development of software, allowing multiple manufacturers to collaboratively create and modify the same application simultaneously.

Enhanced SAP Integrations: New and improved ways to connect your SAP data to your Microsoft Power Platform solutions.

Built-in virtual agent matching creators to creators in Power Apps: A chatbot (powered by Power Virtual Agents) designed to optimize and extend an organization’s network of creators.

This Microsoft community-led event titled “EmPOWER Everyone” is a celebration of the passion and ingenuity of the Microsoft Power Platform community and will empower the pro/citizen developer community to develop new skills with low-power technologies. coded. The conference features Microsoft low-code thought leaders, community experts, partners, and customers from around the world who have come together to share their expertise and experiences, and make the Power Platform more collaborative, intuitive and productive for all makers and users.

Rosemary C. Kearney