SharePoint Saturday Atlanta

In one week, I’ll be driving to Atlanta, to speak at SharePoint Saturday!  This is always a great (FREE) event, and this year the list of speakers is phenomenal! You can Register now.

Here’s some information about the sessions I’ll be teaching:

9:15 AM – Creating an Approval Workflow: Part 1

Level: 100

Track: End-User, Business

Forms and documents are everywhere in your organization, and a lot of them must go through an approval process. SharePoint is such a flexible platform, it provides us with multiple methods that can be used to build our processes. In this session, learn about these different out-of-box ways to create a workflow around a form approval process. Laura Rogers will show you the various alternatives when creating an approval workflow: content approval, out of box workflows, and the task process designer in a SharePoint Designer workflow. Quickly create and implement intuitive workflows for your critical IT and business systems, with no programming involved! The concepts in this session are applicable to SharePoint 2010, 2013 and Office 365. This is part 1 of a 2 part presentation. This first part has only the simple and purely out-of-box settings and functionalities, geared toward beginners.

2:45 PM – Creating an Approval Workflow: Part 2

Level: 300

Track: End-User, Business

Forms and documents are everywhere in your organization, and a lot of them must go through an approval process. SharePoint is such a flexible platform, it provides us with multiple methods that can be used to build our processes. Quickly create and implement intuitive workflows for your critical IT and business systems, with no programming involved! In this advanced session, learn about creating a completely custom new hire approval process. In this part 2 session, Laura Rogers will build out an HR onboarding workflow in SharePoint Designer, using a complex example that involves a process with both serial and parallel components, with multiple workflows. The concepts in this session are applicable to SharePoint 2010, 2013 and Office 365. This is part 2 of a 2 part presentation. This second part has only advanced concepts geared towards those who are already familiar with SharePoint Designer workflows.

Hopefully I’ll see you there!

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