First look at Power Fx command buttons for model-driven apps - Power Platform Unpacked #11

In this episode of Power Platform Unpacked, we get a sneak peek at the upcoming Power Fx command buttons for model-driven apps. These new buttons allow you to create custom actions and automate repetitive tasks, making your workflows more efficient and streamlined.

The video highlights how easy it is to create these command buttons, even for users who do not have a strong coding background. The drag-and-drop interface simplifies the process of creating custom actions, allowing you to add logic to your apps without writing complex code.

The presenter also discusses some of the potential use cases for these buttons, such as creating a "Save and Close" button or automating data entry tasks. With Power Fx command buttons, users can create more personalized app experiences tailored to their unique business needs.

If you're interested in learning more about Power Fx command buttons and how they can be used in your model-driven apps, this video provides a great overview.

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Scott Durow
Scott Durow

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