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Power Pizza: Sticky Option Sets

We are in the middle of a Power Pizza Blog Series! I am walking through lessons learned while building a Power App to track your Pizza Crawls. This will allow your friends to submit their locations, enter ratings and view the winner. Finally, a scientific solution for finding the best pizza! This was not on … Continue reading Power Pizza: Sticky Option Sets

Pizza Crawl Fourth Stop

Power Pizza: Sums and Calculations

We are in the middle of a Power Pizza Blog Series! I am walking through lessons learned while building a Power App to track your Pizza Crawls. This will allow your friends to submit their locations, enter ratings and view the winner. Finally, a scientific solution for finding the best pizza! The Fourth stop on … Continue reading Power Pizza: Sums and Calculations

Pizza Crawl Third Stop

Power Pizza: Icons and Tool Tips

We are in the middle of a Power Pizza Blog Series! I am walking through lessons learned while building a Power App to track your Pizza Crawls. This will allow your friends to submit their locations, enter ratings and view the winner. Finally, a scientific solution for finding the best pizza! Third Stop on the … Continue reading Power Pizza: Icons and Tool Tips

Pizza Crawl Stop #2: Fireworks Pizza, Arlington

Power Pizza: Form Modes

We are in the middle of a Power Pizza Blog Series! I am walking through lessons learned while building a Power App to track your Pizza Crawls. This will allow your friends to submit their locations, enter ratings and view the winner. Finally, a scientific solution for finding the best pizza! Pizza Crawl Stop #2: … Continue reading Power Pizza: Form Modes

Pizza Party Game

Power Pizza: App Version 1

We are in the middle of a Power Pizza Blog Series! I am walking through lessons learned while building a Power App to track your Pizza Crawls. This will allow your friends to submit their locations, enter ratings and view the winner. Finally, a scientific solution for finding the best pizza! Pizza Party game for … Continue reading Power Pizza: App Version 1

Pizza Crawl First Stop

Power Pizza: An Introduction

It's time for another blog series! I wanted to use a Power App to solve a real life problem. This was a great opportunity for me to keep learning Power Apps (Model Driven and Canvas), Power Automate, and the Common Data Service. So I want to talk through what I learned! The problem I wanted … Continue reading Power Pizza: An Introduction

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User Group Summit 2019 Recap

It's been a week since User Group Summit in Orlando! This was a great week of learning and networking. I presented many times and also hosted the 3rd annual DMV Summit Happy Hour. Patrick Wright and I presented some basics for new Dynamics 365 administrators. These sessions have also been scheduled for repeat webinars in … Continue reading User Group Summit 2019 Recap

D365 Saturday DC Speakers

D365 Saturday Washington, DC 2019 Takeaways

Check out this All-Star crew of speakers for #D365SatDC! I can't believe it's almost been a month since D365 Saturday in Washington, DC! This was a great event packed with amazing speakers and lots of great networking. I wanted to share some of my takeaways about the sessions I attended and what I learned. To … Continue reading D365 Saturday Washington, DC 2019 Takeaways

Alert on Old Cases: FLOW!

I have finally come to the last solution in my Case Study series! Today I continue to answer the question 'what was the best way to use a workflow to send an email when a case had not been modified in 5 days?' one last time by discussing a potential solution using FLOW! We have … Continue reading Alert on Old Cases: FLOW!

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Case Study: Alert for Old Cases

I was recently approached at a conference about a unique question on the best way to do something in Dynamics365. The question led to a very interesting discussion because I realized that there were actually many possible ways that the objective could be achieved. So today I'm launching a new recurring Case Study mini-series where I … Continue reading Case Study: Alert for Old Cases