Power Baseball League: Interactive Dashboards

Interactive Baseball
I interact with baseball by meeting the presidents. Today on the Power Baseball League we talk Interactive Dashboards which let us use our charts to filter other components of a dashboard.

In our second Dashboard focused session on the Power Baseball League, we scratch the surface on Interactive Dashboards. What a cool addition to the platform these are! As you know, we’re learning alongside you – so neither of us had a great deal of experience with these. The more we dove into them, the more impressed we were!

In today’s video we get a basic interactive dashboard set-up and ready to use. Then we talk a bit about the differences between single-stream and multi-stream. We also look at the differences between the ‘maker portal’ and the classic interface.

If anything is clear after producing this video it’s that there is a whole lot more to explore! Such as what they are, how they work, and what an organization could do with them. Perhaps we’ll need to revisit in a future segment! For now, we hope this video gives you a basic overview of their intent and how to get started. Plus there is a wealth of information available in the Microsoft Docs page

Join us next week as we continue our work to build out our app. We’ll be tackling how to build an on-demand flow in Power Automate to create a record in the system. Sounds simple, but we’ll be touching on how you can now have an element of interaction on these workflows to have data incorporated into the flow. So cool!

This is part of the Power Baseball League Series with Malcolm McAuley (follow him on LinkedInTwitter or his Blog). You can follow the series on the Power Baseball League Series Page and the Power Baseball League YouTube Playlist as they are added.

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