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Community Challenge: Summer of Solutions 2023--Win a Pass to #MPPC23

We are excited to announce theSummer of Solutions Challenge!This challenge is open to all Power Platform (Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Virtual Agents & Power Pages) community members. We invite you to participate in a quest to provide solutions to as many questions as you can. Answers can be provided in all the communities: Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Virtual Agents & Power Pages.The top 10 participants (5 Community Users & 5 Super Users) every week will receive a badge on their profile for participating in the challenge. (1 badge per person).The challenge will last for 5 weeks. There will be a new leader board every week of the challenge. The leader board will recognize the top 10 participants (5 Community Users & 5 Super Users) for that week. Leader boards will be posted in the News & Announcements of each community.At the end of the challenge, each community will award the top community user and top Super User, for a total of 2 winners per community.In addition, we’ll randomly draw 2 more winners from all entries for each week’s top 10 users.TheWinners(10 in total)of the drawing will receivea complimentary pass to the Power Platform Conference in Las Vegas in October 3-5, 2023.Please note: Prize is the complimentary pass to the Power Platform Conference ONLY. Airfare and lodging are not included. The pass has no monetary value and compensation is not available should the winner not use the pass.Here is how it works:When:There are 5 weekly challengesWeek 1: August 8-14Week 2: August 15-21Week 3: August 22-28Week 4: August 29-September 4Week 5: September 4-11How:During the challenge, you earn an entry for every accepted solution you provide. Each solution counts towards one entry in the drawing. (i.e.: 5 solutions = 5 entries) Every week, the top 10 users (5 Community Users & 5 Super Users) for each community with the highest number of solutions will be entered into a random drawing.The drawing will take place on September 15, 2023. We will announce the winners on the same day. The winners will have one week to accept or decline the prize.You will need toprovide an answer to the post so it can be marked as an accepted solution. The threadmust be markedby the original poster of the question as an Accepted Solution within24 hoursof the original posting.We highly recommend you @mention the author of the post, so they are notified of your comment or potential solution and can mark it as an accepted solution.To help find solutions in thecommunity, you can look at any board landing page that does not have a green check mark that appears to the right of the post.You can find instructions for marking your response to your post as a solution in our support articles:Power Pages:Using the Community,Contributing to the CommunityWe hope you are as excited about the Summer of Solutions challenge as we are and can’t wait to see who will be able to find the highest number of solutions!----------------------------------------------------------------Rules:Challenge runs August 8th12am PDT thru September 11th12m PDT.One pass per winner. Once your name has been randomly selected, you will not be eligible to win another pass. If your name is randomly selected a second time, an additional drawing will take place.Winners will be notified on September 15th, via private message in the community. Once the user accepts, we will post in the News & Announcements of each of the communities.The winner will have one week to accept or decline the prize.If accepted tickets will be sent to the userIf declined, a 2ndrandom drawing will be held.Prize only consists of a pass to the Power Platform Conference (air and hotel are not included)Please review the Rules attached to this post.

Productivity Across Borders: Localized content now on Microsoft Release Planner

We are excited to announce that starting August 8th, 2023,Microsoft Release Plannersupports the content in 11 new languages. Users around the world can now view the release plans of Dynamics 365 and Power Platform in Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish, Swedish, and English.This update underscores our commitment to inclusivity. We at Microsoft strongly believe that language should not be a barrier to accessing tools and information. With this update, we aim to provide a more personalized, standardized, and intuitive user experience regardless of where you are in the world.How to view and manage plans in your preferred language?Our user-friendly design ensures that theRelease Plannerautomatically loads in your preferred language based on your browser settings. Additionally, you can switch to your desired language through the language switcher in the header.Your comments are displayed only to the stakeholders with whom you have shared the plan. The owner of the comment has complete control over editing and deleting the comment.Customize your view by using multiple filters, sorting, and grouping criteria. These criteria are available for both All release plans and My release plans views. You can also view the plans grouped by product theme or timeline.The Release Planner advantageTheRelease plannerfor Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform allows customers to view and manage release plans across all active release waves in a unified and interactive interface while giving them the option to personalize, filter, sort, and collaborate on release plans.Under the hood, the Release Planner is powered by the Power Apps portal. It is created based on customer feedback to address the constraints of content suitability, discoverability, and personalization. Our goal is to improve the release planning and change management process where it matters most - help customers identify and track their salient capabilities, included in both the current and upcoming release waves.Here are some of its key features:Content personalization through ‘My Release plans’Create a curated list of release plans you would like to follow.All the release plans across various products can be viewed in a unified view.Collaborate on plans effortlessly and securelyShare your curated list and effortlessly and securely with your stakeholders. Collaborate on individual plans using notes and comments all within theRelease Plannerexperience.Thank you for your continued support as we work to make our product more accessible worldwide. We hope this update sparks more creativity and productivity across our global community!Stay tuned for more exciting updates.Here's to breaking down barriers and welcoming a world of new possibilities!

Power Automate Week Recap: Everything We Showcased This Week for MPPC23

That's a wrap on MPPC23 Power Automate Week! Check out the recap HERE!If you missed any of this week's exciting Power Automate content, all the links are available below for you to catch up:* Demo:* MPPC Sessions:* Stephen Siciliano: HERE to check out April Dunnam's session “Power Platform + List Formatting Integrations Master Class” alongside Chris Kent, David Warner II, and Hugo Bernier at the Microsoft Power Platform Conference this October in Las Vegas! #MPPC23DON'T FORGET ABOUT the Power Platform AI Hack Together starting on September 14th, 2023. CLICK HERE for info!

MPPC23 Power Automate Week Continues with a Sneak Peek from Power Automate VP Stephen Siciliano

Check out some of the latest news from#PowerAutomateVice President,Stephen Siciliano, as he prepares to deliver his customer-focused "Power Automate in the Real World" session at theMicrosoft Power Platform Conference.CLICK HEREto discover more about this session at Microsoft Power Platform Conference today! #MPPC23

THE NORTHWEST'S #1 CONFERENCE FOR MICROSOFT 365 & POWER PLATFORMWith 2 optional days of workshops and a 3-day conference, attendees can choose from over 130 sessions in multiple tracks and 25 workshops presented by Microsoft 365, SharePoint, Power Platform, Microsoft Teams, Viva and Azure's top experts!LEARN FROM THE EXPERTSMany of the speakers are Microsoft MVPs, MCMs, Microsoft Program Managers, Microsoft Engineers, MCTs or Microsoft Regional Directors, based on their in-depth knowledge of Microsoft 365, SharePoint, Power Platform, Azure and more!CONNECT AND CULTIVATESee how the Microsoft 365, SharePoint and Power Platform ecosystem is growing and evolving by speaking with technical experts from the local Microsoft field and diverse channels within the Microsoft Partner Network.Find out more today:365 EduCon Seattle:Microsoft 365 Conference & Power Platform Conference

Power Automate Sessions at #MPPC23 Announced

Come and check out some of the great#PowerAutomatespeaker sessions that will be taking place at theMicrosoft Power Platform ConferencefromElaiza Benitez,Vlad Catrinescu,Laura Rogers,Stephen Siciliano,Anjli Chaudhry,Derah Onuorah,Ashvini Sharma, andHarysh Menon.CLICK HERE to check out some of the amazing Power Automate Workshops that will be taking place at#MPPC23from the likes ofGokan Ozcifci,Kendra Springer,David Shadle,Charla Pereira,Zohar Raz,Mustapha LAZREK,Lisa Crosbie,Shane Young,Evan Lew, and many more!

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