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Reports Overview

Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform

In the previous week’s lessons, we looked at Other Entity Options & Building Model-Driven Applications.

In this step, we look at a video where Julie Yak discusses reporting options for Model-driven applications, specifically the report engine that comes with the application.

When we’re talking about our customer and analytics, we want to have that full-circle view available to us. We want to be able to see data and analysis, whether that customer’s being addressed through our marketing department, our sales department, or any other department where we have had a customized application experience.

In Dynamic 365, we have a reporting engine available with the platform.

Next up, we’ll be finding out more about Personal Power BI.

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Dynamics 365: Using Power Platform Applications

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