In this post, we are going to show how you can create a quiz in Microsoft Teams (and have it viewable as a tab in your Team). In addition, we will also show how you can add a poll into your team using the ‘conversation bar.’ To achieve this, all you will need is access
After the release of Microsoft PowerApps, many Office365 subscribers are thinking that Microsoft PowerApps is designated as replacement of InfoPath. Microsoft PowerApps provides many features that are available in InfoPath and enables enterprise users to create, collaborate, communicate and manage mobile apps without having developer skills. Also, Microsoft PowerApps can be integrated easily with any
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For 13 years, InfoPath has been Microsoft’s official method of creating business forms in SharePoint. Now that InfoPath has been phased out, PowerApps is the new way of creating no-code forms. In this session, Laura Rogers will introduce how to create PowerApps, and specifically how to convert and translate your common InfoPath forms into the
Microsoft has launched Microsoft Forms for Office 365 education customers which is another step to make Office 365 a more collaborative platform. Presently, Microsoft Forms is available only to Office 365 Education subscribers and a public preview will be rolling out for Office 365 commercial subscribers. Microsoft Forms is an initiative of Microsoft in the
In this post, Jasjit Chopra shows you how to go from simple type form data to a secured SharePoint list in less than 20 minutes! Imagine you have a form hosted on an internet site (perhaps a registration form) that’s completely separate to SharePoint. Here’s the scenario: – The people who you want to fill
In this session Laura answers some of the more involved and complicated questions she gets asked about InfoPath. Please note, this session is now on demand so the slack, social and chat features she describes at the beginning of the recording are no longer relevant.
In this session Laura describes the InfoPath Form Web Part and explains what all of the setting are. She also gives some practical examples of how you can use it. In the demo she creates a Feedback form by using a custom list, adding and renaming columns and adds a submit button. She suggests avoiding
InfoPath is a powerful tool especially in concert with SharePoint. InfoPath is also not as understood as it could be. In this session, attendees will learn not only what InfoPath is but will also get some examples on how InfoPath can work for them and why it is so powerful. The version used for the