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New Power Platform Return to the Workplace capabilities enable organizations to meet global health guidelines



Since introducing the Microsoft Power Platform Return to the Workplace solution a year ago, the solution has helped organizations plan, coordinate, and manage processes to reopen and stay open responsibly during the pandemic. Recently, COVID-19 vaccinations and periodic testing have become critical components of public health and safety across the world. Many businesses have had to remain agile and rapidly adapt, especially in light of emerging global vaccine and testing guidelines. Yet, every organization is unique, so it’s difficult for one solution to work for all customers and their tailored needs. COVID-19 health guidelines also continue to evolve over time as the pandemic remains unpredictable.


With its no low-code no-code technology built on Microsoft Power Platform, the Return to the Workplace solution can help customers rapidly meet their unique needs. With the latest updates, the solution will provide experiences and workflows for managing vaccine attestations and periodic testing that can be customized to different business processes and connect to external systems. Additionally, the solution can be customized as health guidelines shift over time, making it easier for customers to quickly adapt to evolving global health trends and changing circumstances of the pandemic.


Today, we are announcing the preview of a new set of capabilities for the Return to the Workplace solution which will enable customers to meet these global health guidelines. These include abilities for:

  1. Workers (e.g., employee, contingent worker, contractor) to share their vaccination attestation and submit test results and stay compliant with the periodic testing plan.
  2. Authorized persons (e.g., facility managers, leadership) in the organization to create and assign periodic testing plans to accommodate workers and track compliance and to manually verify and approve vaccination and test attestations, if required.

Read the whole article here: New Power Platform Return to the Workplace capabilities enable organizations to meet global health guidelines - Microsoft Power Platform Blog