{Power 2021} First impressions for Relevance search intelligence capabilities in Dynamics 365 and Model driven Apps

Exploring the updates from Microsoft Product group is always very exciting. Today I am going to take you through my first impressions on the Dynamics 365 Relevance search intelligence related offerings that have been introduced on to Dynamics 365.

Step 1: Let us see where to turn this on in Settings area (Power platform admin Center -> Settings -> Products -> Features):

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Step 2: Once you turn the toggle on, you will need to accept the privacy policy and click Enable:

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Next Click Save on bottom right corner (scroll might be required on the Settings page):

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Step 3: Let us try using acronyms for the company name Dynamisity Pvt Ltd – I have used dyn pvt and it returns back the results quiet well:

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Step 4: Let us try if it can understand the commonly used terms and return back some data. This time I am searching for deep somani and it still fairly gives out the results:

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Step 5: Let us try searching numeric in form of strings. In this example, I am searching for District 9 as District Nine:

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For a detailed read, refer here: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/intelligence-in-relevance-search/

Hope it helps and Power 365ing as usual!

Any problem in Power Platform or Dynamics 365 – end user, Microsoft partner or an individual?

Problem Area – Technical, Functional, Training, Development or consulting?

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{POWER 2021}Push notification for Model driven PowerApps

Often I was being asked in various Power platform implementations to have the ability to send Push notifications for Model driven PowerApps. Well  now we can send a Push notification to a Model driven PowerApps as well for the Mobile based scenarios.

Let us look at a sample scenario using Contact entity and try to send a push notification.

We will start with configuring an Automated Cloud flow.

Step 1:

Select the appropriate trigger and click Next:

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Step 2: On the next screen, select Trigger Condition as Create, The entity name as Contact and Scope as Organization:

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Step 3: Select Send Push notification V2(Preview) as a new Step. Notice that you have options to select Mobile App for PowerApps as well as Field service app. Great indeed!

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Step 4: In our example, I am selecting CRM Hub as the App – in real implementation scenarios you can pick the app where you want to show the notification. You can also choose to Open the App, specify entity name, record id to make it a seamless mobile experience for the end user:

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Step 5: Save and Test Flow and see Push notifications enabled for your Mobile experiences in PowerApps.

Hope it helps and Power 365ing as usual!

Any problem in Power Platform or Dynamics 365 – end user, Microsoft partner or an individual?

Problem Area – Technical, Functional, Training, Development or consulting?

I am here to help, get in touch here: Click here

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