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Microsoft Build (MSBuild) is a yearly event where announcements from Microsoft usually take place. There are Release Plans for Power Platform and Dynamics 365 which are launched twice a year. However, we have seen lots of new features being announced also at events such as Microsoft Build. New features can be announced and put into the Release Plans thoughout the whole Release Wave.

The event is also a place where you can (virtually) meet with and gain insights from community members from around the world. Read more on the Microsoft Build Event Page.

If you are the type of person that easily get overwhelmed by the amount of information that you get out of these type of events, Microsoft and the community has got you covered! As tradition Microsoft releases a Book of News after this event. Usually there are also summaries from both Microsoft and the community, video format and in blog posts. Power Wiki is here as a place to gather all those summaries!

Microsoft Build May 23-25, 2023

Microsoft Build 2023 took place May 23-25. Here'e the Microsoft Build 2023 Book of News.

Microsoft Build May 24-26, 2022

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Microsoft Build 2022 took place May 24-26.

Build 2022 Book of News

Power Platform related news included:

  • Power Pages – Power Apps portals re-imagined
  • Express Design – Image/Figma to App
  • API to App – Custom Connector to App
  • Collaborative controls for Power Apps
  • Technically embed SDK from Power Automate
  • The evolution of PVA (Azure Bot Framework and PVA unified)

Microsoft PRE event Resources

Your guide to Power Platform at Microsoft Build

Community PRE event Resources

Exam voucher at Microsoft Build by Julian Sharp

Post event summaries from the Community

Articles by Microsoft

Microsoft Build May 25-27, 2021

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Microsoft's tips about sessions: Your guide to Dynamics 365 and Power Platform at Microsoft Build

Build 2021 Book of News

Power Platform related news included:

  • Power Apps ideas - Use natural language and generate Power Fx formulas in canvas apps.
  • Model-driven commanding - Power Fx to be used in commanding (Ribbon customizations)
  • Power Apps Developer Plan - The Community Plan is being re-branded and there will be support for more than one personal environment (hello ALM) and sharing apps with others.
  • Industry Components - Possibility to add industry components as part of your apps.

Post event summaries from the Community

Articles by Microsoft