Collaboration, Power Apps, Power Automate and Power Automate Desktop are not phrases that fit together perfectly right now. Steps are being made to introduce collaborative commenting across the power platform as well as Git version control but at the time of writing, the options for Collaborating on the build steps of a Canvas App based
On 4th November, something big happened. Collab365 was no longer just a brand of Collaboris; it became an independent company. Firstly, why split from Collaboris? The 15 years we spent building Collaboris up to become one of the leading ISV’s in the SharePoint/Compliance space were incredible. We sold to hundreds of customers worldwide and built
Mark will be running a 5-hour workshop that teaches you how to build a notifications and alerts app using Power Apps / Power Automate and SharePoint.
In how to get started with PowerApps, we explained how to sign-up and get access to PowerApps. We also gave a very in-depth overview explaining what Microsoft PowerApps and Flow is the ultimate introduction to Microsoft Flow and PowerApps (you should definitely check this out as it explains both products very well via video). In this post, I want to
This tutorial explores the default search available when you choose the “Start from data” template. Using this template, it’s possible to connect to a SharePoint List (amongst others) and have a “Browse”, “Detail” and “Edit” built for you. When the three screen PowerApp is created (using a SharePoint list as the data source), it also
In this blog, we will build 3 of the most common and must have workflows, which can be used in almost any company using Power Automate and SharePoint Online. Before we begin, here is the flow of our session As this was blog was written up from the Power Automate virtual summit and the basics
Few people doubted the need to back up email and collaboration data back in the 2000s and early 2010s when the on-premise Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint were the dominant business collaboration solutions.
At the time of writing this, we’re preparing for Day #3 of GlobalCon2 [Register to join here]. Day #1 was so informative and I can’t thank Microsoft enough for “trusting us” to deliver some of their amazing announcements.One session in particular that resonated with me was around the new “Microsoft Lists” announcement from Lincoln DeMaris. (Note:
In his session at GlobalCon2 yesterday, Jason Mayans (Group Product Manager for Yammer at Microsoft) introduced a ‘New Yammer’ to an excited audience! As expected, this session generated a healthy debate (in the session chat) between the benefits and features of Yammer and Teams.During the session, we received comments such as:We use it for communications
This article will look at three Office 365 backup solutions from CodeTwo, Veeam and Altaro as well as cover why you’d want back up your data in the first place.