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  • 1.  UG Meeting - March 12th

    Silver Contributor
    Posted Feb 24, 2020 04:09 PM
    Our next meeting will be on March 12th.

    Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kansas-city-power-apps-and-power-automate-user-group-quarterly-meeting-tickets-94550732787

    We are going to have a panel discussion, so if you are seeking answers from your peers on any of the following topics, this is the meeting to attend.
    • Have you promoted or set up governance for a broader use of Power Automate at your organization?
    • How are you using auditing at your Organization to monitor usage of the Power Platform? And what outcomes are or will be achieved with your auditing implementation?
    • What problems are you or would you be using PowerApps/Power Automate to solve at your Organization?
    • How do you handle release notes, enhancement requests, or hot fixes?
    • How are you managing lower, test environments? Are you paying for the additional licenses or managing change in a different way?
    • What service accounts are you using for your Power Platform components? What settings, licensing, and permissions are configured.
    • How do you proxy and maintain various business unit processes? For example, a certain team/department does one line of process across multiple apps and a different team uses the app differently.
    • How do you test as other users?
    • What are some ways you have tuned performance in your Power App?
    • Where do you guide users to get used to navigating to the Power Apps? Are they embedded in Teams/Sharepoint or accessed through PowerApps portal?
    • What is the location of your data set? When do you use Sharepoint, SQL, etc. and how consistent do you try to be?
    • What other applications or systems does your Power Platform typically connect with?

    12 - 1:00 Lunch, networking, introductions
    1 – 1:45 Daryl LaBar, Business Applications MVP will be sharing with us his tips and tricks to organize and manage canvas apps with extremely large amounts of "low code". He'll explain how to use the Canvas App Packager to extract and check-in code and how to use buttons to make smaller reusable sections of code.
    2:00 - 2:30 Jeremy Knudson showcase for Children's Hospital Association production app
    2:30 – 3:15 Panel
    Panel participants
    • Ali Khan – Sr. Business Intelligence/Data Analytics Analyst at Black & Veatch
    • Jeremy Knudson – Application Analyst at Children's Hospital Association
    • Jeremy Hamilton – Administration, Information Systems at Children's Hospital Association
    • Rob Duke – Columbia Forest Products
    3:15 to 3:25 Break
    3:25 – 4 Open discussion

    Jerry Weinstock
    Business Technology Strategist, MVP
    CRM Innovation
    Overland Park KS