When creating documentation for prospects and clients – either to illustrate a process or create a training document, high quality images are key to transmitting a clear message. Usually we scrounge through Bing or Google image search for our documentation, but oftentimes the results are outdated and unusable. These icons can be imported into Viso or PowerPoint or any other application you use.
There are a few restrictions on usage of these including, they cannot be modified in any way, including cropping, flipping or rotating. But these icons can be used in diagrams to illustrate how products integrate and many other purposes.
Links to Power Platform icons (and more) are below:
Power Platform icons – This Microsoft article provides information about the official collection of icons for Microsoft Power Platform (Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI, and Power Virtual Agents) that you can use in architectural diagrams, training materials, or documentation.
- A list of Do’s and Don’ts
- Icon updates – June 2021
- A downloadable SVG document including the Power Platform icons.
Dynamics 365 icons – This article provides information about the official collection of Microsoft Dynamics 365 icons that you can use in architectural diagrams, training materials, or documentation.
This article also consists of a list of do’s and don’ts, as well as a downloadable SVG file including the Dynamics 365 icons.
- Dynamics 365
- Product Family icons including
- Business Central
- Customer Service
- Supply Channel Management
- Project Service
- Customer Insights
- And more!
Azure icons – This Microsoft article contains a collection of Azure architecture icons (including Azure product icons to help you build a custom architecture diagram for your next solution.
This document contains an example architecture diagram, as well as a downloadable SVG file of the Azure icons.
Almost 400 icons for the entire product line and preview features
So now that you have these icons, what is the first thing you will use them for? Let us know
You might also enjoy reading our very informative Introduction to the Microsoft Power Platform. We also wrote an interesting article last year about how Power Apps Price changes signal new era for Low Code application development.https://www.encloud9.com/blog/power-apps-price-changes-signal-new-era-for-low-code-application-development/
We also recently wrote an article about the Highlights of the Power Platform Release Wave 1.