This question requires that you evaluate the underlined text to determine if it is correct.
You have a Power Apps app. You create a new version of the app and then publish the new version. A customer goes through the process of restoring the previous version of the app. In the Version tab for the app, you will see two versions of the app.
Review the underlined text. If it makes the statement correct, select ג€No change is needed.ג€ If the statement is incorrect, select the answer choice that makes the statement correct.
Restore a canvas app to a previous version in PowerApps.
1. Open powerapps.com, and then click or tap Apps in the left navigation bar.
2. Near the right edge, click or tap the info icon for the app that you want to restore.
3. Click or tap the Versions tab, and then click or tap Restore for the version that you want to restore.
4. In the confirmation dialog box, click or tap Restore.
A new version is added to your list.
A company uses Dynamics 365 Sales. The company uses a browser-based app named Sales Hub.
You need to ensure that users can access data from mobile devices.
Which app should users install?
Use the Dynamics 365 for phones and Dynamics 365 for tablets apps for your sales, customer service, field service, and other tasks when you're on the go. With one download from your app store, you'll automatically have access to all the apps you need for your role. You will see apps with the new Unified Interface on your mobile device.
You are a customer service manager.
You need to implement a Power Apps portal that allows customers to submit cases.
Which type of data source is used?
SharePoint can be set up to setup customer feedback.
Note: The PowerApp uses Finance and Operations connector to grab sales order information and SharePoint connector to connect and write the data to
You create a user-owned custom entity by using Common Data Service.
For each of the following statements, select Yes if the statement is true. Otherwise, select No.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Box 1: No -
Common Data Service supports two types of record ownership. Organization owned, and User or Team owned. This is a choice that happens at the time the entity is created and can't be changed.
Box 2: Yes -
By combining conditions and actions, you can do any of the following with business rules:
Set field values -
Clear field values -
Set field requirement levels -
Show or hide fields -
Enable or disable fields -
Validate data and show error messages
Create business recommendations based on business intelligence.