Tag: sharepoint

Deep Dive on Power BI and SharePoint
Deep Dive on Power BI and SharePoint
Webinars

SharePoint and Power BI can work very well together. SharePoint can be a data source (lists), a container for data files (Excel. CSV etc in libraries), and as a dashboarding platform (pages). This demo rich session will explore all of these scenarios in great depth. SharePoint data can be finicky to retrieve, and this session… READ MORE

Set a SharePoint Group owner with Power Automate
Set a SharePoint Group owner with Power Automate
Blog Posts

I know SharePoint Groups are not fashion any more, and a lot of people prefer using Sharing links to grant access to specific people, but I still find the SharePoint Groups very useful to centralize access to multiple SharePoint artefacts. I thought this would be quite simple using the SharePoint HTTP Request action but, something… READ MORE

Power App And SharePoint - An Introduction
Power App And SharePoint – An Introduction
Blog Posts

Power Apps is a service for building and using custom business apps, connectors, and services that connect to your data and work across the web and mobile – without the time and expense of custom software development. With power apps users can, Build apps fast with a point-and-click approach to app design. Choose from a large selection… READ MORE

How To use a JSON object in the column formatter in SharePoint
How To use a JSON object in the column formatter in SharePoint
How Tos

Using the new Column Formatter available in SharePoint Online, power users and developers can finally get back some of the functionality they lost when Microsoft changed the way calculated fields could be rendered and removed JSLink from our arsenal of tools in modern list views.
In this video, join Mark Rackley, MVP, PAIT Group, USA as he demonstrated How To use a JSON object in the column formatter in SharePoint.

Customizing SharePoint Using the Column Formatter Webinar
Customizing SharePoint Using the Column Formatter Webinar
Webinars

This session will break down in detail how anyone using the column formatter can apply dynamic styles to columns, use conditional formatting, show image thumbnails, display progress bars, or even change the way the entire list view looks using the List View Formatter; all without having to write complex code or deploy custom solutions.