Microsoft Lists? Or Power Lists?

by Sep 6, 2022

Microsoft Lists are built upon (or evolution of) SharePoint Lists. The pack a lot of power – no pun intended.

Shouldn’t they be rebranded to Power Lists?

Are they really used a lot for personal lists to keep them under the Microsoft 365 flag?

For me they are a building block, a first step into app building. The simplest step of starting your own app. It’s a mini app.

Putting them under the Power Platform flag makes so much more sense to me. What do you think?

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