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Changes and new features for our Power Apps course
Part four of a five-part series of blogs
Much has changed in the 2 years since we first launched our Power Apps course - this blog is intended to give previous course delegates a chance to catch up on anything you might have missed!
Charts in Power Apps aren't a new feature, but they are new for our courseware.
Be warned: you are unlikely to be swept away by the power and flexibility of charts in Power Apps!
You can create 3 types of chart in Power Apps:
Want a stacked area chart? Think again!
Every chart consists of just 3 parts - the title, chart and legend. Here's an example of a title:
The title of a chart
Here's an example of a chart:
The chart within a chart.
And here's an example of a legend:
A chart legend.
Here's about the limit of what you can do with chart formatting in Power Apps:
A chart showing data markers and other embellishments.
Given the small size of screen which your app will probably take up, basic charts like the ones shown above may well be sufficient for most purposes.
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