CANCELLED: Power Apps in Power BI - Record & Save information from Report

When:  Aug 27, 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CT)
Associated with  Milwaukee "The Brew City" PUG

Sorry folks, there has been an unexpected and unforeseeable circumstance that has taken our speaker out of country. Rather than try to scramble in a last minute substitute we're going to cancel this month and shoot for the next month.

Thanks - Seth

We are extremely excited to host Steve Campbell as our guest speaker. He is going to show us a great use case for Power Apps in Power BI. He also followed in the footsteps of Phil Seamark and has created an amazing game that he'll walk us through as well. This is going to be an action packed meeting that you won't want to miss.

Speaker: Steve Campbell
Steve has been working in Power BI for almost 5 years. Coming from the business world, Steve holds degrees in both Marketing and Finance. He has since switched the focus to data, with a emphasis in Power BI. Previously, he was the Power BI admin of Milwaukee Public Schools, deploying district wide reports to school leaders. Now at Concurrency, Steve is lucky to work with Mike Carlo in a Power BI consultant role.

Originally from the UK, Steve has lived and worked in three continents. After traveling through Asia, he worked in Australia and England, before settling here in Midwest of the US.

Topic: Power Apps in Power BI - Record & Save information from Report

 Power Platform (PowerApps, Power BI, and Microsoft Flow)

While Power BI is a great tool for visualizing data, one often asked question is ways for to capture information from users. With the PowerApps custom visual, you can pass context aware data to a PowerApps app which updates in real time as you make changes to your report. We will go through an example where users can record data directly from inside a power bi report – which can then be immediately added to the database! This could be projected sales forecasts, user rankings or even photos.  We’ll then see how we can leverage Microsoft flow to automate process, such as notifying users by email, all triggered from inside a Power BI report.

As a special additional treat Steve will be launching a brand new report – a fully playable adventure game, all designed in Power BI. This will surely push the limits of what you believe Power BI can do!


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