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Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform

In the previous step, we explored the multiple portals which you will interact to configure and manage within Power Platforms. In this step, we go through a demo on the admin and maker portals to get an idea of how to find your way around the different places.

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This video demonstrated how to go about using and navigating admin and maker portals. Do you have a different approach or even some handy tips that you use to work with these portals more effectively?

Comment in the Discussion section below. Don’t forget to like and comment on your fellow learners’ views and approaches, click the Mark as Complete button to check the Step off, then you can move to the next step which is Enabling Preview and Experimental Features.

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Dynamics 365: Using Power Platform Applications

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