About This Class

This course will give you an introduction to PowerApps which is Microsoft's latest business solution tool. After this course you will be able to create no-code applications, connect to and integrate with many types of data, use a visual interface for layout design and publish apps to the web or mobile.

This course will cover the following functionality in PowerApps: Creating a PowerApp, Understanding the Interface, Data & Connections, Screens and Controls, Sharing & Publishing Apps in SharePoint, and Integration with Flow and Power BI.

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    Regular price for 30 days of access to this single course

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Course Reviews

  • Fantastic Introduction - Excited instead of Frustrated!

    Chris Keeney

    I opened PowerApps and gave up right away because I could not figure out how to modify anything. The learning curve is steep. I just completed this course ...

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    I opened PowerApps and gave up right away because I could not figure out how to modify anything. The learning curve is steep. I just completed this course and created a basic PowerApp for one of my SharePoint list in under an hour! I am excited about PowerApps after completing this course instead of being totally frustrated. I highly recommend this course! Thank you Laura!

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  • Laura Rogers

    Microsoft MVP

    Laura Rogers

    Laura Rogers is a SharePoint, PowerApps & Flow expert, speaker, author and educator. She is well-versed in helping organizations make the most of their SharePoint environments using out-of-box functionalities such as workflows, forms and Web parts. Laura’s technical expertise also includes over 12 years of experience working with Microsoft’s messaging and collaboration systems. She has been named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for the past eight years. She has contributed to several books on SharePoint over the past ten years. You can read more about Laura’s experiences on her blog, www.wonderlaura.com.