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4 Steps to Take Full Advantage of SharePoint Reporting with Piwik PRO
4 Steps to Take Full Advantage of SharePoint Reporting with Piwik PRO
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SharePoint Reporting – it’s time to take advantage. Microsoft’s SharePoint, a collaboration platform, has become a primary tool for companies around the globe. Famed for fostering communication and productivity while creating a smoothly functioning digital ecosystem. However, this grand machine lacks a crucial cog – complete analytics feedback that would show you whether your intranet… READ MORE

Building Solutions for Teams, SharePoint and Office with the SharePoint Framework Webinar
Building Solutions for Teams, SharePoint and Office with the SharePoint Framework Webinar
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If you work at a desk, then chances are you spend most of your time in Outlook, Teams, SharePoint, Word, Excel, or some combination thereof. If you want to build solutions that people will actually use, you need to deliver them to users without them needing to switch context. In this talk, we’ll look at how the SharePoint Framework can be used to extend all of the above products, on the desktop or online, or even on mobile applications.

Trigger One Flow From Multiple SharePoint Lists
Trigger One Flow From Multiple SharePoint Lists
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This post was inspired by a situation I faced at one of my customers. I was migrating SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint Online and in one site customer had many lists, where users were able to create items. Every time someone created or updated an item, SharePoint Designer workflow was sending them confirmation e-mail. Case was,… READ MORE

Power Automate Reminder using Date in SharePoint Calculated Column
Power Automate Reminder using Date in SharePoint Calculated Column
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“The Power Automate flow works if I use a date formatted SharePoint column, but I need a reminder based on a calculated date from another date column.” “The field ‘CalculatedDate’ of type ‘Calculated’ cannot be used in the query filter expression.” When you calculate a date or a number of days in SharePoint, you might not want to end there. Sure, it’s nice to display the date/number of… READ MORE

Reuse Flows connected to SharePoint Lists – Working again
Reuse Flows connected to SharePoint Lists – Working again
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In our previous attempt (Reuse Flows connected to SharePoint Lists), we tried an approach using the Referer property from the header section of the request to discover which list or document library was triggering the Flow. Using this property, we could get the Site URL and the List ID from SharePoint by dissecting the URI. The following is… READ MORE

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