Just posting a quick little reminder for anyone who may still have SharePoint 2010 Workflows kicking around. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/sharepoint-2010-workflow-retirement-1ca3fff8-9985-410a-85aa-8120f626965f On November 1, 2020 SharePoint 2010 workflows will be retired. It is a good time to start looking into Power Automate to replace those workflows. Take a look at using the SharePoint Modernization Scanner tool to scan […]
Scenario: Users want to upload an Excel file to a SharePoint Library, but want to fill in the metadata required for the document in the library with values inside the Excel file itself. For example, when a business group wants users to fill out an Excel-based form and want them to upload the file to […]
This is just a quick little reminder, mostly to my self. When using Excel Online connectors in Power Automate. It is a multi-step process. My Trigger was “For a selected file” Get the File Properties Perform Excel functions. Using the “Identifier” field from the file properties. File ID will not work. If you use ID […]
The move towards the SPFx tool chain is good news for web development standards, but can be a headache for casual users expected to learn it and implement into their business processes. The general malaise – and frustration – is real.
When you need to grab items from SharePoint using Microsoft Flow, sometimes you don’t need EVERY item. Here are a few filters you can apply to get just what you’re looking for.
In my previous post (Managing Projects in a Modern World (Part 1))I showed an example of an integrated Microsoft Teams, Azure DevOps and Project Roadmap environment. This post is all about setting up Azure DevOps to work with Teams and Roadmap At a high-level we need to: Create a project Setup your teams Configure your […]
Microsoft Flow is a great tool for Office 365, but the User Experience pain is real.
Mikes quick take on the ability to create private channels coming to teams.
Sometimes you just need some clockwork with your workflows. Here’s how to use SharePoint Designer and Microsoft Flow to schedule your business processes.
Microsoft has done a really great job over the last 6 months to bring to light all the hard work they are doing within SharePoint Online and Microsoft Teams. Between the announcements at ignite , various blog posts, twitter users like @anne_michels and @vesajuvonen. There are a ton and I mean a ton of new features coming […]
With 2018 over and 2019 just beginning I thought it would be fun to make a few guesses as to what I think will happen around the technologies that I work with on a daily basis. Predictions SharePoint Online Intranet projects move from boxed solutions back to OOTB then back to boxed SPFX will play […]
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