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 or try to format the string using folder/filename you will get an error message like. Hopefully this helps someone not waste a morning struggling to figure out why Flow cannot find a file :0) Continue reading Dynamic Files in Excel Online (Business)
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
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 … Continue reading Managing Projects in a Modern World (Part 2)
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
Learn how to manage projects in the modern Microsoft world Continue reading Managing projects in a modern world (Part 1)
Mikes quick take on the ability to create private channels coming to teams. Continue reading Quick thought on Private Channels in Microsoft Teams