• Speaking at SharePoint Fest DC 2020

    I’m excited to announce that I’ll be a speaker at SharePoint Fest in Washington, DC, April 13-17, 2020!  When you register, be sure to use my code, so that you

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  • SharePoint Audience Targeting – It’s Back!

    SharePoint audience targeting has been revamped and renewed, and it’s back!  First I’ll tell you how it works, then for those of you who have been using SharePoint for years

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  • PowerApps Custom Field Errors

    Have you ever filled out a form in PowerApps, missed a few required fields, and were presented with something ugly like this? In this post, I’ll show you how you

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  • Speaking at Microsoft Ignite 2019

    Microsoft Ignite is less than a month away, and I’m excited to tell you about the sessions that I’ll be presenting! 11/1 Update: Here’s my schedule of sessions that I

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  • Power Apps Community Call 9/18

    Microsoft holds a free PowerApps community call every Wednesday at 10 Central.  Tomorrow, 9/18/2019, April Dunnam and I will be the featured speakers.  Recently, I wrote a blog post called POWERAPPS

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  • STOP USING INFOPATH

    InfoPath is a really, really old technology.  Why are a lot of companies still using it?  I’ve teamed up with Rob Bogue and Mark Rackley, for this informal “Stop using

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  • Power Apps Text Input Pattern Validation

    Do you ever have a form with a text box for someone to type their phone number or email address, and would like to enforce that pattern?  In many forms,

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  • Power Apps as a Front End

    There are two different ways that you can create PowerApps canvas apps.  There are customized SharePoint list forms, and there are standalone PowerApps.  I always prefer standalone, and I wrote

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  • Power Apps & Power Automate Convert to PDF

    Previously, I wrote a post called Microsoft Flow & Quick Parts, which shows how you can insert fields from SharePoint into your document via Flow and Quick Parts.  Many times

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  • Power Apps Form Logic

    In PowerApps, once you get beyond the basics of customizing SharePoint list forms, or just using the out-of-box form control in your apps, the next common thing that people like to do, is add some logic to their forms.

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