Learn how to use the Month function in Power Fx to get the month from a DateTime, in this video I’ll use Copilot Studio to show you how as well as provide you with examples of why you would use this function and exactly what it does! However, this can be used anywhere Power Fx has been implemented (such as Power Apps or Copilot Studio!).
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If you haven’t seen it yet, Microsoft Designer is the new AI artwork generator by Microsoft using DALL-E 3 and GPT 3.5. It allows you to generate digital artwork for your social media posts, invitations, digital postcards, graphics, and more, all in a flash. This will make getting artwork for your presentations so much easier, especially with prompt templates.
Ever thought about owning a custom copilot for your personal, business or any website? It’s time to turn that thought into reality! Learn how to build a custom copilot, using Microsoft Copilot Studio.
Learn how to get the year from a DateTime type using the Year function in Power Fx. This uses a demo of the latest Copilot Studio, however it can be used anywhere that Power Fx is used (such as Power Apps).
Learn how to use the TODAY function on Power FX. If you’ve ever found yourself wrestling with manual date entries or wasting time trying to mess around with users location and their ‘today’s’ date, this tutorial is for you. I’ll walk you through the easy steps to use the function and show you how it requires updating alongside that it’s based on user location, saving you time and eliminating date-related headaches.
Learn how to use the Concatenate function in Power Fx, the low-code programming language created by Microsoft. The Concatenate function allows you to join together multiple strings of text and strings in tables, but only in certain scenarios! You will see some examples of how to use the Concatenate function with individual strings, single-column tables, and mixed arguments.
Are you drowning in a sea of Power Automate flow runs that need to be canceled? This solution will save you a huge amount of time and frustration. Learn how to effortlessly cancel hundreds of Power Automate flow runs with just one straightforward flow.
In this video, I’m going to go into how to use the Contains function! Whenever we’re working with data, be it strings or a data source, we always want to check if something is contained IN it. This is the video shows you how to write your own contains statements using the IN operator in Power Fx!
Learn how to use the Power Fx If Function in Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents (PVA) and more! So what is it? It’s like a detective that checks conditions until it stumbles upon the truth, except it can also find the false outcomes too with multiple-layers of checking. This is the video for you if you’re looking to refresh your memory on the Power Fx If function or you’re a beginner to low code/no code and haven’t ever seen anything like this before!
I’ll show you how to efficiently arrange rows in Dataverse using any column, including Lookup columns! Stop using the SortBy in the List Rows action and start using this, it offers you so much more in terms of sorting options, without all those pesky limitations!