What’s New in the Microsoft Power Platform: Wave 2 Release

On-Demand

Did you know that Microsoft's Power Platform has two major releases each year? This October, a host of new features, both enhancements, and brand-new experiences are out and ready for you to use. We will introduce the newest component of the Power Platform Power Pages!
We've combed through the list of features and found our favorites to highlight some of the most impactful changes with this update for:

• Power Bi
• Power Apps
• Power Automate
• Power Pages

We'll show you how to access and use some of these features right now and how to get help from Innovia's Team Empower.

About the Presenters

Savannah Dill

Savannah Dill

Power Platform Consultant

Savannah is an experienced graphic designer with an emerging taste for UX design and research who thinks of herself as a hybrid practitioner, both a thinker and a doer, being able not only to identify real opportunities at the fuzzy front end of the innovation process but also, design, develop and help drive a product to completion. Savannah plans on spearheading the innovation process at Innovia through design thinking and creating the best overall user experience for our clients. She has a strong and diverse academic background with a Bachelor of General Studies degree focused on Science and Mathematics from Indiana University South Bend and graduated with her master’s degree in Emerging Media Design and Development at Ball State University in 2021. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, reading, and playing tabletop games. 

Isaiah Donley

Isaiah Donley

Power Platform Consultant

Isaiah comes from an Education Background, teaching Psychology in a high school setting, designing student support programs, and using Power Platform to optimize student performance and program health. His experience with Power Platform has solidified his passion for data and technology and has clarified the potential of Power Platform to increase productivity and efficiency. Isaiah received his B.A. in Psychology from Upper Iowa University and his M.A. in Psychology from Santa Clara University.