• Microsoft Power Apps Documentation: The official Power Apps documentation provides detailed information on working with hyperlinks within Power Apps. It covers concepts like using the Hyperlink control, linking to other screens, and opening external URLs. You can find the documentation at:
  • Microsoft Power Automate Documentation: The Power Automate documentation includes guidance on working with hyperlinks in your workflows and automation processes. It covers scenarios like sending emails with clickable links and generating dynamic hyperlinks. Access the documentation at:
  • Microsoft Power BI Documentation: The Power BI documentation covers various aspects of working with hyperlinks in your reports and dashboards. It provides guidance on creating clickable visuals, using drill-through actions, and adding URL parameters. Explore the documentation at:


  • Beginning Power Apps: The Non-Developers Guide to Building Business Applications” by Tim Leung: This book provides a comprehensive introduction to building business applications using Power Apps. It covers topics such as app design, data connections, formulas, and deployment.
  • “Power Platform for Developers: Using Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power BI” by Carl de Souza, Nick Doelman, and Scott Durow: This book is targeted towards developers and covers advanced topics related to customizing and extending the Power Platform. It explores Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power BI from a developer’s perspective.
  • “Exam Ref PL-100 Microsoft Power Platform App Maker” by Charles Sterling and Rahul Agarwal: If you’re preparing for the Microsoft Power Platform App Maker certification exam (PL-100), this book is a valuable resource. It covers the exam objectives and provides guidance and practice exercises to help you prepare.
  • “Mastering Microsoft Power Platform” by Hugo Bernier, Krishna Vandanapu, and Alex Belikov: This book covers the core components of the Power Platform, including Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power BI. It provides hands-on examples and best practices for building end-to-end solutions.
  • “Hands-On Power BI and Power Platform: Analysis, Modeling, and Visualizing Data” by David W. Parker: This book focuses on Power BI, providing insights into data analysis, modeling, and visualization using the Power Platform. It covers topics such as data sources, DAX formulas, creating reports, and sharing dashboards.