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. Continue reading Customizing Modern SharePoint: Don’t Forget About the Low Coders!
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. Continue reading Common Filters for Microsoft Flow: A Reference Chart for Users of all Kinds
Microsoft Flow is a great tool for Office 365, but the User Experience pain is real. Continue reading The User Experience of Microsoft Flow with SharePoint: A Bumpy Ride on a Winter Road
Sometimes you just need some clockwork with your workflows. Here’s how to use SharePoint Designer and Microsoft Flow to schedule your business processes. Continue reading How to do Workflows in SharePoint: Part 3 – Scheduling a Workflow
In this continuing series, I look at how to handle parallel actions if your workflow calls for doing more than one action at the same time. Continue reading How to do Workflows in SharePoint: Part 2 – Parallel Actions
Workflows are the lifeblood of organizations. Find out how to do conditional starts to workflows in SharePoint Designer and Microsoft Flow. Continue reading How to do Workflows in SharePoint: Part 1 – Conditional Starts
If you didn’t hear enough about forms in SharePoint from my first two blogs, then I promise this is just a trilogy and you’re on Return of the Jedi. We’re close to the finish line. Continue reading Form Accompli: The rest of the Best for Using Forms in SharePoint (Part 3)