It’s autumn in the North America, the leaves are falling, and we are back with another episode of CRM Audio.

In today’s episode, Joel Lindstrom, George Doubinski, and Shawn Tabor talk about George’s new in-line code editor function for Power Automate–how does it work, why would you want to use it over plain expressions, and is it secure?

We also get into Oakdale, the new light version of Common Data Service included in Microsoft Teams. After using it for several weeks, how does it compare with full CDS? Are there any performance differences? And what about storage capacity?

Links:

In-line code editor in Power Automate: https://crmtipoftheday.com/1384/inline-code-in-power-automate/

This episode is a production of Dynamic Podcasts LLC.