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London user group meeting - it's this week

  • 1.  London user group meeting - it's this week

    Silver Contributor
    Posted Sep 16, 2019 12:24 PM
    Just a quick reminder that the next London PowerApps & Flow user group is this week - Thursday 19th September, at The London Reactor, 70 Wilson St, London, EC2A 2DH

    Don't forget to register:

    We have three exciting sessions:
    • Show & Tell: @lisamcrosbie PowerApps AI Builder – Training and Using a Text Classification Model
      The new PowerApps AI builder comes with a model for Text Classification which allows you to tag text (such as incoming emails, reviews or social media posts) using tags and labels that fit your business processes.  This session is a show and tell of Lisa's learning journey with training and using the Text Classification model for the first time –  how to get started, what works, what doesn't, how to improve the results, and how to consume your model, with a live demo of her working PowerApp, and some key tips to help you avoid the pitfalls.
    • Session 1: @andrewdwelch Power Platform Adoption Framework
      The Power Platform Adoption Framework (#PowerPlatformAF) is becoming the global community standard for adoption, buildout, road mapping, enterprise management and governance of Power Platform at scale. The framework is supported and driven by Power Platform experts and citizen developers around the world, as well as its original creators at Applied Information Sciences (AIS) who are committed to an open community standard that benefits everyone. At the user group meeting we'll present the framework, but then focus more on a group discussion of evolving best practices, latest trends, and how the framework can continue to grow into a true community-driven standard.
    • Session 2: @MeganVWalker - The Power of Microsoft Flow & Forms Pro
      Microsoft Forms Pro was made generally available on July 1st 2019. In a magical combination, Microsoft Forms has been given a much needed boost by storing responses in the Common Data Service, and therefore providing the ability to use the flexibility of Microsoft Flow to give organisations a powerful solution to request and analyse feedback from customers. In addition, a Power BI integration provides charts and analysis of responses within each survey. Let's take a look at how you can get started with Forms Pro!

    Penelope Coventry
    Principal Consultant