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Power Platform Summary

Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform

In the previous step, we learned about Discovery and Planning. In this step, we go through an overview of everything that we have learned about thus far for Dynamics Platform.

We learn that the Dynamics Power Platform not only offers its own first-party apps, like sales and marketing but as a platform allows us to create our own apps and use apps created by others.

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The Power Platform offers a ready to customize the user interface with several choices for automation and integration of not only other Microsoft business applications but the full Microsoft Stack. Can you think of a few things that can be done on the Platform?

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 an assessment to check your knowledge.

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Dynamics 365: Using Power Platform Applications

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