Speaking at the SharePoint Conference in Vegas!
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL NEXT YEAR
It’s about that time again! Time to get registered for the SharePoint Conference! It will be held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, May 19-21, 2020. You can use my code, ROGERS, to get $50 off when you register! There are so many great speakers and sessions!
Here are the sessions that I’ll be presenting:
Session: Making the Most of Flow Approvals
Microsoft Power Automate presents a great opportunity to modernize and increase the capabilities of your automated business processes. The requirements of your workflows may range from simple to complex, and they all vary when it comes to flexibility and functionality. In this session, learn capabilities of Power Automate, when it comes to the approval actions, and how to customize them to bend them to your will. You will learn how to accomplish different variations of approval processes, such as parallel, serial, dynamic approvers, and overdue emails.
All day workshop: PowerApps & Flow for No-Code SharePoint
When: Monday, May 18th – 9 am – 4 pm
Be sure to register for at least one workshop day, to attend this one. This is a pre-conference workshop.
Are you a SharePoint power user who builds no code business solutions? SharePoint has always been a powerful platform for those of us in this role, because we can build what we need, quickly and easily. This applies to sites, lists, and especially forms and automated workflows. As you may have heard, InfoPath and the data view web part are in the past, they are dying technologies. PowerApps and Microsoft Flow are the new no-code tools for power users in SharePoint and Office 365. In this workshop, learn how to work through a solution that was built the old way, and build it with PowerApps and Flow instead. Some specific PowerApps concepts that will be taught are cascading drop-downs, forms with parent-child relationships, and pre-populating user information in forms. Microsoft Flow will be used to build the automated approval process for request forms that are filled out.
Here is my associated promo video.