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In this week's Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement & CRM blog
Arpit's Dynamics CRM Blog, Arpit Shrivastava offered a tip to
fellow users, demonstrating how to read Dynamics 365 security roles
using Power Automate and integrate it with the PowerApps' Canvas
Shrivastava noted that there are numerous business use cases
where you need to design the app, flow, or process based on the
Dynamics 365 security role.
He stated that one of the best examples is the role-based canvas
app, where we need to navigate the user to two different screens or
perform different processes and flows based on the role assigned in
the CRM app.
In his blog post, Shrivastava went on to explain in detail how
to get the Dynamics 365 logged in user role in the canvas app.
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