Category: General

Categories and tags are the two default taxonomies that we use at the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Community website. By design, all posts must be filed under at least one category. As you can imagine, ‘General’ is where we can list almost any topics that is not filed under the other subject headings.

However, some subjects are wide and broad in subject and need to be included in our blog, but don’t quite fit under the existing taxonomies. Hence the ‘General Category’. Content covered can vary from a .NET Runtime for AOT to a SharePoint Conference North America Keynote Summary, Pulse Survey or monthly top SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure resources.

Breaking News - ESPC21 Online Programme is here
Breaking News – ESPC21 Online Programme is here
Blog Posts

It is with great excitement and honour, that we announce an outstanding Programme for ESPC21 Online [1-2 June]. The incredible ESPC21 OnlineProgramme Team has gathered 90+ of the world’s foremost product leaders and industry experts to show you how Microsoft 365 & Azure technologies are shaping the future of technology. We truly believe this extraordinary Programme is world-class – the best speakers sharing expert… READ MORE

Make your Power Apps search experience more Relevant
Make your Power Apps search experience more Relevant
Blog Posts

Microsoft recently launched a brand new search experience for Model-driven Power Apps and therefore also first-party Dynamics 365 apps operating on top of CDS. This is a significant step forward in the “non-structured” search capabilities in Power Apps. The structured queries one can construct via Advanced Find were always one of the most powerful features that the… READ MORE

Navigate Between Records in Power Apps Portals
Navigate Between Records in Power Apps Portals
Blog Posts

Wouldn’t it be great if you navigate between records without going back to the case list every time? This blog post will show you how to make it happen. The idea is pretty simple; I render an entity list on the edit case web page and with some custom liquid code generate “next” and “prev”… READ MORE

Built-in Column Sort Order in Power BI
Built-in Column Sort Order in Power BI
Blog Posts

The sort by column feature of Power BI hides some potentially unwanted complexities. This blog post shows how you can avoid having to sort a column by another column while maintaining a custom sort order. The problem Here’s a typical example: you sort month names by month numbers. Let’s say you want to remove filters… READ MORE

From Complex to Simple using Power Apps Functions
From Complex to Simple using Power Apps Functions
Blog Posts

Single Power Apps statement for a complex request Just as I “walk away” from a series of sessions that I’ve presented during the last 2 months, I’ve ended it with one that generated lots of interest. The “I’ve lost my car, help me find it (using AI Builder)!” presentation at Maple Power 2020 that focused on the… READ MORE

Account Address Capture & Mapping with Power Apps
Account Address Capture & Mapping with Power Apps
Blog Posts

In the Power Apps team blog there was an announcement of the GA availability of Geospatial Features for Canvas apps. In short, we now have a preview of two new controls powered by Azure Maps: Address Input control which suggests the correct address based on partial street names and autocompletes attributes like city, postal code, country,… READ MORE

Pro Microsoft Power BI Administration
Pro Microsoft Power BI Administration
Ebooks

This book helps you systematize administration as Microsoft shifts Power BI from a self-service tool to an enterprise tool. Chapter Summary: Law and Polices There are many laws and third-party policies that might impact your organization. If they do you need to make sure you are compliant to them. Power BI offers many features that… READ MORE

Locked File Checking Pattern in Power Automate
Locked File Checking Pattern in Power Automate
Blog Posts

In SharePoint Online, whenever you create a library and turn on “Require check-out” before editing documents option or not, users are able to open files for collaboration in browsers or in their local Office clients. When they do that, the file is getting locked from access that could lead to its metadata changes. If you… READ MORE