Microsoft Power Apps and Power Automate
This assessment is a set of 20 multiple-choice questions that test your knowledge on Microsoft Power Apps and Power Automate. The questions cover a range of topics including the purpose and features of both tools, their data sources and connectors, pricing models, and differences between canvas and model-driven apps. This assessment is designed to evaluate your understanding of the fundamentals of Power Apps and Power Automate and to help you assess your readiness for using these tools to build custom applications and automate workflows in your business or organization.
1. What is Microsoft Power Apps?
A. A cloud-based software platform used for building and deploying custom business applications
B. A software suite used for managing email and calendar scheduling
C. A social networking platform for professionals
D. A video conferencing tool for remote collaboration
2. What is Power Automate?
A. A cloud-based service used for automating workflows across different applications and services
B. A project management tool for organizing team tasks
C. A database management software
D. A video editing software
3. Which programming language is used to develop Power Apps?
4. What is the difference between Power Apps and Power Automate?
A. Power Apps is used for building applications, while Power Automate is used for automating workflows.
B. Power Apps is used for automating workflows, while Power Automate is used for building applications.
C. Power Apps and Power Automate are the same thing.
D. Power Apps is a mobile application, while Power Automate is a web application.
5. Which of the following data sources can Power Apps and Power Automate connect to?
A. Microsoft Excel
B. Microsoft SharePoint
C. Microsoft Dynamics 365
D. All of the above
6. What is a canvas app in Power Apps?
A. An app that is created from a pre-built template
B. An app that is built from scratch using drag-and-drop interface
C. An app that is designed to run on a mobile device
D. An app that is designed to run on a desktop computer
7. What is a flow in Power Automate?
A. A type of chart used for data visualization
B. A set of instructions that automate a business process
C. A type of report used for analyzing data
D. A tool used for creating user interfaces
8. Which of the following triggers can start a flow in Power Automate?
A. When a new item is created in a SharePoint list
B. When an email is received in Outlook
C. When a new record is added to a Dynamics 365 entity
D. All of the above
9. Can Power Apps and Power Automate be used together?
A. No, they are separate tools that cannot be integrated.
B. Yes, they can be used together to build powerful solutions.
C. Only Power Automate can be used with Power Apps.
D. Only Power Apps can be used with Power Automate.
10. Which of the following services is not a part of the Power Platform?
A. Power BI
B. Power Virtual Agents
C. Power Automate
D. Microsoft Teams
GRC-106: Microsoft Power Apps And Power Automate Fundamental Track
Power Apps is a service for building and using custom business apps that connect to your data and work across the web and mobile - without the time and expense of custom software development.
Power Automate is a service that helps you create automated workflows between your favorite apps and services to synchronize files, get notifications, collect data, and more.
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