In this on-demand course, you dig deeper into the concepts and benefits of Microsoft Dataverse: creating an environment, tables, columns, fields, and options sets. The course takes a closer look at Power Apps: how to help create and customize an app, how to manage and distribute the app, and how to create a model-driven app in Power Apps that uses Microsoft Dataverse.
The course also goes over an in-depth discussion about creating business-process flows in Power Automate, creating desktop flows, and creating bots by using Power Virtual Agents. Lastly, the course explores how to integrate all these features together.
People in the following roles might find this course useful: functional consultants, project managers, architects, data analysts, app developers, process automation engineers, and Power Platform app makers.
You can leverage the learnings from this course toward preparing for exam PL 200 and any of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement associate certifications. The key takeaways of this course are to learn to use Power Platform to build powerful apps to automate business processes and prepare for exam PL-200. We recommend reading the Power Platform Beginner Level Learning Path.
Prerequisites: to make the most of this course, participants are highly recommended to have passed Exam PL-900: Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals. Also, it's helpful to have the following: broad knowledge of Power Platform; experience that includes practical understanding of capabilities, boundaries, and constraints; experience using tools to create solutions that use Power Platform; and proficiency in data modeling, user experience design, requirements analysis, and process analysis.