Power Apps for Forms: Which Option is Right for You - Customized List Forms or Standalone Canvas Apps?
Power Apps customized SharePoint forms and standalone Canvas Apps: you may be new to Power Apps and unaware that either of these tools exists. Maybe you’ve used both to an extent but haven’t nailed down when a scenario calls for one and not the other. Or, like me, you could be well-versed in one and not the other.
Common Teams Meeting Mistakes - Tips For Beginners!
It's never fun when Teams meetings go poorly because of technical difficulties. In this post we'll spell out some basics you can use to make sure you're not the culprit.
Model Driven Apps 101: Building Customized Solutions for Your Business Needs
In this article we’re going to introduce you to Model Driven Apps. We’ve created other content related to Power Apps, Canvas Apps, Dataverse & Power Automate, so now it's time to spend a little time talking about Model Driven Apps.
Choosing the Right SharePoint Site: Team vs Communication - Which One Fits Your Needs?
So you think you’re ready to dive into the world of SharePoint. You’ve seen cool features and modern pages that rollup content and you might even have your content ready for upload, all you need is a site to get started. Then BOOM. Fork in the road. Microsoft wants you to pick between a Team Site or a Communication Site? What does that even mean? Is SharePoint already too confusing before we even get into it?
Collaborate to Automate: Sharing Your Power Automate Flows
Sharing can be hard to do, especially as a kid. Still, even at work, we don’t like to let go of things and give others control of our stuff. This is especially true in tools that we create on Office 365.
Can’t Use Sub-Sites? Hub-Sites Are the Answer.
If you are adopting the modern paradigm for building SharePoint sites, you are probably being told to follow Microsoft’s “the world is flat” guiding principal. This type of architecture provides some benefits, but also creates some real challenges, like: I want the same navigation across all sites, I want to give access to all of the sites together, or I want to roll up content from multiple sites.
Excel: The Sneaky Trap that's Costing You Time and Money
Many of us have at some point in our lives created or used an Excel masterpiece to facilitate some process or run part of, if not the whole business. Excel is available and it is easy to use. There is a wealth of resources available that make it accessible, useful, and valuable. Honestly, it can be a great tool. This makes it easy to just let Excel be your go to for so many things in your business.
Internal Emailing is Dead — Time to Improve Communication within Your Workplace
Email, email, email. It's been the center of every office I've worked in. But I've finally broken free and let me tell you, it feels amazing. No more chaotic, rigid, and powerless feelings. It's like a weight has been lifted and I can breathe again. Say goodbye to email overload and hello to a happier work life!
Teams Meeting 101: How to Pick the Perfect Type of Meeting For Your Goals
If your organization uses Microsoft Teams, you’ve likely participated in a regular ol’ Teams meeting. But did you know there’s 4 different types of Teams meetings that all serve different purposes? It’s not always clear when you should use one of them over the other, so let’s clear the air.
Transform Your Power Apps: A Beginner's Guide to Containers
If you're building Power Apps and feeling a bit overwhelmed by containers, don't worry, you're not alone. Many developers find containers to be a bit tricky at first, but once you understand the basics and the purpose behind them, it can make a huge difference in creating an organized and efficient design experience.
5 Power Automate Features That Will Save You Time
If you’re building Flows, chances are you’re doing it to automate a repetitive task to save time. If that's the case, you’ll be interested in these five features of Power Automate that are designed to save you time as a citizen developer.
3 Things to Consider When Deciding Between Low-Code and Custom Development
Building an app for your organization or team can be confusing and overwhelming given the variety of platform options and development tools available today. In this post I pose three questions to help give you the right perspective, frame your approach, and help you sort risks and benefits when it comes to low code versus custom development.
Automate Your Newsletter with SharePoint News Digest
If you're getting a digest email with the news you “might have missed” from SharePoint and want to know why one news post is being sent to you instead of another, we are going to explain it all.
Target Your SharePoint News to Specific Users
If you're not being intentional about where your news shows up it can surface in the oddest places and for people that it might not even apply. To fix this, try targeting your news to specific users so it shows up for the right person in the right place at the right time.
Your Modern Strategy for Managing News in SharePoint
SharePoint news posting can occur all over the place. In modern SharePoint, it’s important now more than ever to have a strategy that scopes your news. We’ll explain how it works, what you get out of it, and what issues it saves you from.
3 Reasons Why Child Flows are the Best Flows
Having to build repetitive Power Automate flow logic over and over can be annoying, and a maintenance hassle. But Child Flows are here to save the day - and you some time.
Outgrowing Planner and Lists? Check Out Project for the Web
If you have been using Planner, Lists, or other basic Office 365 tools and need something more for your organization, we'll help you learn how Project for the web can step up your project management game.
Save Time Building Your Flows With Environment Variables
If you're a no-code/low-code developer and you're not using environment variables, you could be missing out on the ability to better keep track of, adjust, and collaborate on your data.