Today, we’ll show you how to connect Power BI and Power Automate platform. One simple use case for this is if you have a Power BI report that lists customers, clients, and members of your own team in a list, and you want to be able to cycle through each one and do something for
In this post, I’m going to show you how to do a conditional merge of tables in power query. For this particular example, we can actually do it the normal way, which is what we are going to start with. Then I will show you how to do a conditional merge. Let’s see what we’re
In this tutorial, we’re going to talk about data validation and why we need it in our apps. We’ve discussed creating forms from scratch in past tutorials and it’s amazing how we can allow end users to input new data or change an existing piece of information seamlessly through our app. However, there will be
In this tutorial, we’ll be talking about the third type of variable called collections. Collections are helpful if you want to create variables on Power Apps that are more comprehensive than contextual and global variables. We talked about contextual and global variables in a different tutorial. Contextual variables are straightforward variables that can only be
In this tutorial, we’re going to learn about PowerApps variables and the contribution that they can make to our app. A variable is any element that can be counted or measured. PowerApps variables come in three forms — contextual variables, global variables, and collections. In this tutorial, we’ll be discussing contextual variables and global variables.