Although Copilot simplifies the task of writing formula, it still is important to verify that what Copilot suggests is correct. Here's an interesting example of where Copilot got it very wrong.
Copilot in Power Apps offers a far quicker and smoother way to create Dataverse tables. However, the way that it currently works can be quite quirky. Here are some tips on how to work more effectively with Copilot.
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