Speaker: Yash Agarwal |
|In this session, users will learn how to add sentiment analysis to Power Virtual Agents using Power Automate and Text Analytics (from Azure Cognitive Services). There will be a working live demo of the PVA bot and example to direct the chat based on the sentiment analysis of inputs of the user.
Speaker: Colin Vermander |
|The Power Apps Portal team is continuing to build and extend the product with new features, including a new supported and documented extensibility model to allow external data and services to be integrated with the portal. Learn the latest details and the new authentication model that is available and the patterns that it can be used in. Get your hands on templates and see real world examples of how this pattern can work to help you as a developer solve complex requirements that require custom server code.
In this session:
• Understand the concept of a companion app to your portal
• Learn how to pass portal user authentication between applications
• Build custom server code on a modern .NET platform
• Learn the best practices for implementation of companion app modules
• Use the companion app and portal authentication outside of the Power Apps Portal
Bring back the power of the .NET Framework, CDS/Dynamics 365 SDK and C# to your portal applications in a secure and safe manner with what you will learn at this session. Go beyond the limitations of configuration options or liquid templates with the portal. Create the user experiences and use the services your projects demand with the concepts demonstrated.
Speaker: Joel Lindstrom |
|So you know the Dynamics 365 and Power Platform integration with Teams, in this session we will take it to the next level:
-advanced notifications and interactive cards
-Power Virtual Agent in Teams
-Using Power Automate to extend the Teams integration
Speaker: Megan Walker |
|Gathering feedback from customers is vital to analyse what you're getting right, and what needs to be improved in terms of products and services offered. Microsoft Forms Pro survey variables can be created and used to show piped values in emails and survey questions; you can also use them to create links between different types of records providing you with a way to update them after responses are received. In this session, you will learn how to create new variables, where to use them, how to get the right data to display and provide a personalised and powerful experience.