Set up your own SharePoint Hub or Teams site to share success stories, upcoming events, rules of engagement, and guidelines with your maker community - or get started with the Power Platform Hub.
This site should be a one-stop shop for makers to find out everything they need to get started with Microsoft Power Platform.
Here are a few tips on what the wiki should include:
- Training and reusable resources: Share internal and external training resources, reusable components and templates, and any brand guidelines or naming conventions you want your makers to follow.
- Community: Share how to engage with the internal community, how to become a champion, how to find a mentor, and what the benefits of the community are.
- Environment strategy: Share what environments are available and how to request access to existing environments or request new environments; additionally, ensure makers know the boundaries of environments, licensing, security, and connectors.
- Data loss prevention (DLP) policy strategy: Share which connectors are available in which environments and how to request more connectors or a new environment for a specific project.
- Responsibilities of a maker: Share what a maker is responsible for—for exa
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At the heart of growth is a community, a place for people to collaborate, share ideas, and discover new ways to apply technology to achieve more. A community is a safe place to ask questions to share tacit knowledge and expand skill sets.