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Aug 23, 2022 12:00 AM

How to connect Microsoft Dataverse to Microsoft Teams

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In this 14-minute citizen developer-focused demo, Norn Young shares one way to save time finding information in Teams. Use Power Automate to identify custome...

Use Power Automate to identify customer channels across 100s of Teams, link an account record to a specific Teams channel, and see a dynamic “Open Teams” button o

In the model-driven app command bar. Account and Channel information is stored in Dataverse. The Model-driven app allows users to connect an Account to a Teams channel. Enjoy the rapid, yet comprehensive explanation of flow logic. This PnP Community demo is taken from the Microsoft Power Platform community call – July 2022, recorded on July 20, 2022.

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• Norm Young (Microsoft MVP)

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Get started with Microsoft Dataverse for Teams

Microsoft Dataverse for Teams is a built-in, low-code data platform for Microsoft Teams that lets users build custom apps, workflows, chatbots, and dashboards in Teams by using Microsoft Power Apps,


About the Microsoft Dataverse for Teams environment

ntroduced in September 2020, Microsoft Dataverse for Teams is a built-in, low-code data platform for Microsoft Teams that empowers users to build custom apps, bots, and flows in Microsoft Teams by using Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, and Power Automate. Dataverse for Teams—built on Microsoft Dataverse—provides relational data storage,


How are Dataverse for Teams and Dataverse different?

Applications within a team in Microsoft Teams have access to a Dataverse for Teams environment. Dataverse for Teams is a common platform that allows all these interfaces to have a unified understanding of how the data is modeled and consumed. Dataverse for Teams delivers a targeted set of the features commonly needed for creating apps, flows, and more within Teams.