What we’re going to build in this post: Azure web job, which is triggered by a queue message from a custom site template (previously known as site design). The job uses PnP Framework to provision a new site based on the PnP template. MS Teams bot, which pushes notifications to the configured channel about the provisioning state.… READ MORE
Join Tom Morgan, MVP, Modality Systems, UK as he demonstrates How To Build a Bot Using Azure Bot Framework Composer for Microsoft Teams.
This blog post is a step-by-step instruction on how to create a Bot from scratch using Microsoft Bot Framework v4, configure it to work with Microsoft Teams, and authenticate it to make Microsoft Graph requests.There are a lot of resources around bots, authentication in bots and Microsoft Teams (and I’ll list resources at the end… READ MORE
Imagine having a personal Office 365 assistant in your daily job routine, which can help you provide all information that you need, like for example who is your manager, scheduling a meeting, displaying and updating your profile picture or list the Microsoft Teams where you are involved and so on. These are only a few… READ MORE
In this article I’d like to talk about a very common enterprise scenario, where basically a user is able to request a new SharePoint site (Team site, Communications site) or Microsoft Teams by starting a workflow process where a kind of architecture on Azure looks like as below: I decided to share my experience about… READ MORE
My last posts were all about getting up to speed with the Microsoft Teams PowerShell cmdlets released two weeks ago. Running those cmdlets in an Azure Function creates some nice options in terms of creating a team in Microsoft Teams (still, the wording is just awkward). I’m sure you read about all the governance discussion… READ MORE
I’ve been blogging about bots since April, 2016 which was about the time I discovered Microsoft’s amazing bot framework. I’ve written a series of how to detect user intent based on text messages using LUIS (Language Understanding Intelligent Service) you can find it here. In this post I’ll talk about understanding user emotion using the Giphy… READ MORE