With Teams context variables, you now have access to information like which channel, team, or group your app has been embedded in. With that information, you can now build apps that automatically filter down to relevant content, pre-populate fields, or respond to the users Microsoft Teams theme. Additionally, you can use this information to support deep linking to pages within your app.
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Power Apps April updates are now available, adding new capabilities for our makers, a new converged mobile player and usability improvements for the unified interface.
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We are excited to announce the April 2020 update for AI Builder is now available.
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Introducing Mixed Reality features for Power Apps
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Power Apps mobile app now has all your apps. With the new Power Apps mobile app, you have access to both canvas and model-driven apps in a single view. Easily sort and filter your model-driven apps for quick access and pin model-driven apps to device’s home screen for native app like experience. Model-driven apps have a new, delightful experience, tailored for mobile scenarios.
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Advanced column filtering on grids in unified interface allows you add and edit column filter conditions so you can create personal views easily.
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Grids in unified interface have intuitive and intelligent column filtering options that help you refine your data quickly and gain insights. Slicing your data with an Excel-like experience helps you be more productive and serves you a powerful tool to create filters that can be used for one-off filters or to create personal views.
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