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Customising the User Experience

Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform

In the last step, we uncovered Signals. In this step, we learn about Customising the User Experience.

Now that we have our application built, and we’re accessing some data, let’s talk a little bit about some of the ways that you refine the user experience or how the user interacts with the application. We’ll just touch on a few of the things that you might commonly do.

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After watching the video on customising your apps, What do you think is the purpose of themes for the user experience, and how does it impact your design?

Use the discussion area below to let us know your thoughts. Try to respond to at least one other post and once you’re happy with your contribution, click the Mark as complete button to check the Step off, then you can move to the next step which is Embedded Apps.

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