Microsoft has been recently concentrating more on the low code capabilities. Microsoft Power Platform brings most of those capabilities and makes the citizen developer’s life easy. This time also during the Ignite they have announced a pretty good number of features/capabilities for the Microsoft Power Platform. The original post regarding the same can be read here. A summary of the same can be found below for your convenience.
Users building the app can add and share comments in the different power platform apps like virtual agents, automate, and power apps. This will look something similar to the comment capability in the Microsoft office space.
New licencing of Power apps gives the flexibility to use an Azure subscription to license users. They have the pay-as-you-go plan.
Introduction of Process Advisor helps to discover the inefficiencies in workflows. This should improve the performance of the system where the daily business processes are used.
General availability of Microsoft Power BI App in Microsoft Teams will bring in the data insights for teams by bringing in the Power BI flavor into chats, meetings, calendar invites, and so on.
Enables the developers and business users to work as a team while developing apps together thus improving the turnaround time in app development.
Quick integration of Artificial Intelligence into our apps has made it easy now. New changes include bringing our own AI model to the system, improvements in form processing, classification of images, and AI builder started capacity by including them in the license plans.
Details of each of them can be found here. Accelerate innovation with low-code applications using Power Platform, Power Apps introduces pay-as-you-go pricing, Optimize how you work with RPA and process mining in Power Automate, Enabling data-driven decisions everywhere collaboration happens with enterprise-grade analytics, New ways to add intelligence to your power apps.