Archive for November 17, 2020

Power Apps | Microsoft Dataverse

November 17, 2020 4 comments

Microsoft Dataverse

Common Data Service (CDS), the sophisticated and secure backbone that powers Dynamics 365 and Power Platform, has been renamed to Microsoft Dataverse

Some terminology in Microsoft Dataverse has been updated. For example, entity is now ‘Table’ and field is now ‘Column’. Learn more.

Microsoft Dataverse for Teams

Microsoft Dataverse for Teams (formerly known as Project Oakdale), a low code built-in data platform for Teams, is generally available now.

Microsoft Dataverse for Teams follows existing data governance rules established by the Power Platform and enables access control in the Teams Admin Center like any other Teams feature. Within the Teams Admin center, you can allow or block apps created by users at the individual level, group level, or org level.

Refer my article on Project Oakdale to know more.

Power BI Teams App

Licensed Microsoft Power BI users can enjoy the full capabilities of Power BI in Teams with the Power BI Teams App.

Power Automate App for Teams

Power Automate App for Teams lets you automate your Microsoft Teams activities or and connect Microsoft Teams to other apps and services.

Click here to know more on Dataverse.


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