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.
Join Reza Dorrani, MVP, Principal Consultant, Catapult Systems, USA as he quickly demonstrates How To Build Power Platforms Apps in Microsoft Teams using Dataverse.
If you were thinking that Power Apps Canvas Apps and Dataverse for Teams Canvas Apps are just the same – but with a different license and container – well whilst it is mostly true, there is a very big difference:Dataverse for Teams uses a completely different set of Out of the Box controls. They are based on the Fluent UI library.This post… READ MORE
Simple Tips in managing a project using Microsoft Teams Every organization has internal projects and possibly external projects with their partners, clients or customers. Setting up a Team and/or Channel in Microsoft Teams for each of your projects allows you to manage many critical aspects of your project including documentation, collaboration, sharing, chats, voice /… READ MORE
Are you looking for ways to maximize your Teams environment? This webinar will show you some low-code ways that you can bring powerful functionality into Teams.
Back at Microsoft Ignite 2019, Microsoft showcased to the world a new feature called Guest Join Access for Zoom and Webex on the Microsoft Teams Rooms (MTR) systems. See a full overview here. Fast forward ten months and we now have Guest Join Access for Zoom that was in testing and now released. The Webex version… READ MORE