Hello hello, before the topic cools down, let’s complete what we started the other day. As a quick recap we built a Power Automate flow that will launch refreshes of Power BI datasets only when certain ETL jobs of the server have successfully completed. And not only that, those datasets that read from certain high-demand databases will be limited to a certain number of simultaneous refreshes. If you haven’t read it, go and do it. In this article I want to share how I built the PowerApp to manage the ‘Datasets table’ and the ‘Preceeding jobs table’ we discussed on Part 1 of this series. I’m no expert in PowerApps. What I’ll share is what I’ve learned very recently by googling, asking around and tons of trial and error. If there are better ways of doing it, please let me know! with this out of the way, let’s get started!