Transition from using Excel spreadsheets to fully functional Power Apps in just a few minutes with Microsoft's AI tool, Copilot. The video guide will show you how to utilize existing Excel data and transfer it to Dataverse to create a Power Apps application that works seamlessly on desktop, mobile, and tablet devices. The tutorial includes steps to create a canvas app in Power Apps by using data from an Excel file.
This involves selecting your Excel file, creating the app, and running it. Your newly created app will come with screens to browse, view, and update records. It also allows you to use the AI Copilot feature to aid in table creation from the Excel file if AI has already been implemented in your organization.
The Copilot can even suggest table names, descriptions, column data types, and headers, when this information is not provided in the uploaded file. Following the upload of the Excel file and the creation of a table, you can customize its properties according to your organization's needs.
Moving Excel data to Dataverse and transforming it into a Power App is a game-changer for many organizations. Not only does it allow for quick and easy app creation, but it also fully utilizes the power of AI to enhance functionality and user experience.
Microsoft's AI Copilot optimizes the process by suggesting table names, descriptions, headers and more, significantly reducing the manual effort. This feature becomes particularly useful when the necessary information is not provided in the uploaded file. In the end, you get a Power App that works natively across platforms and devices, and that can be further personalized according to your specific requirements.
Using Microsoft's AI tool, Copilot, you can quickly turn your Excel spreadsheets into a fully functioning Power App in minutes. This video will show you how to take your existing Excel data and use the AI features to move it to Dataverse and create a Power Apps application that works on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices. You will learn how to select an Excel file, create an app, and run it. The app will come with screens to browse, view, and update records. The AI Copilot can suggest table names, descriptions, column data types, and headers even when the information is not provided in the uploaded file. After uploading the Excel file and creating the table, you can customize its properties. Finally, you will be able to test the app and make sure that it is working the way that you want it to.
Microsoft Power Apps, Microsoft AI Tool, Copilot, Dataverse, Excel Spreadsheets, Canvas App.