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Power Baseball League: Rollup Fields

This is a field that is not a Rollup field. Occasionally they may roll something out onto this field in case of rain. That is not the same thing. Today on the Power Baseball League we are practicing our Rollup Fields. Plus we are going to talk about Calculated fields too. Rollups and Calculated fields … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Rollup Fields

2021 April DC Chapter Meeting

2021 April DC Chapter Meeting

Amazing turn out for the 2021 April DC Chapter Meeting Yesterday was the 2021 April DC Chapter Meeting featuring Keith Whatling! We had a great turnout for our monthly happy hour. Plus a great session! Selling the Power Platform Keith Whatling (LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube) joined our 2021 April DC Chapter Meeting to talk about how … Continue reading 2021 April DC Chapter Meeting

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Power Baseball League: Business Rules

We love Business Rules almost as much as we love baseball! This week the Power Baseball League rounds the bases with Business Rules! Business Rules allow our citizen developers to create form scripting with point-and-click customization. They allow you to do things such as set fields as required, show recommendations, show error messages or set … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Business Rules

Baseball shoes at the Washington Nationals Park

Power Baseball League: Marketing Lists

This has no relation to Marketing Lists, Quick Campaigns, or Dynamics 365 but I just love those shoes! Last week we talked about creating and using E-mail Templates. So today we will take that a step further to present Marketing Lists to the Power Baseball League. We are also going to talk about Quick Campaigns. … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Marketing Lists

2021 March DC Chapter Meeting

2021 March DC Chapter Meeting

Great group of attendees at the 2021 March DC Chapter Meeting! It's time for another chapter meeting! The Washington, DC Power Platform user Group meets monthly for happy hour, learning and discussion. Join our chapter and join us next time! Here's a quick recap of the 2021 March DC Chapter Meeting. Vue, React and Dynamics … Continue reading 2021 March DC Chapter Meeting

Kylie & Andrew Kiser at Nationals Park

Power Baseball League: System View Enhancements

I am running out of baseball pictures! So here is the hubby and I enjoying a game at Nationals Park when both of us had much shorter, pre-quarantine hair! This week on the Power Baseball League we look at System View enhancements. Views are a simple yet powerful element of any model-driven app. They provide … Continue reading Power Baseball League: System View Enhancements

Kylie Kiser and Hashtag at the Washington Nationals Park

Power Baseball League: Editing System Views for Model-Driven Apps

Improving the views in your Model-Driven App will make your users like you as much as Hashtag likes the Washington Nationals! It's time to spend some time improving our Power Baseball League Model-Driven App by editing the System Views. In our previous videos, we worked to get the basics of our app set-up. We added … Continue reading Power Baseball League: Editing System Views for Model-Driven Apps

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Power Baseball League: We’re Back!

Power Baseball League is back! Welcome back baseball fans! Malcolm and I took some time away to enjoy the holidays. We hope you all had a wonderful holiday season and your 2021 is off to a fabulous start! Both of us have started new jobs in the past couple of months so we've each been … Continue reading Power Baseball League: We’re Back!

2021 January DC Chapter Meeting Photo

2021 January DC Chapter Meeting

Check out all these smiling at the 2021 January DC Chapter Meeting! Earlier this week we had a great chapter kick off with our 2021 January DC Chapter Meeting! Virtual meetings are really fun because we get to connect with people from all over the world. This meeting featured attendees for DC, Virginia, Maryland, New … Continue reading 2021 January DC Chapter Meeting

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Dynamics is Weird

If you have worked with Dynamics (or Dataverse or Common Data Service) for sometime you have probably said some variation of "Well, Dynamics is weird". This tends to come up for me when troubleshooting odd issues. It is so easy to assume a feature will function one way but then upon further inspection that is … Continue reading Dynamics is Weird