Category Archives: Power Hour

Have you Seen the SharePoint Look Book?

SharePoint sites can be so lovely and professional looking nowadays, even without and custom code at all!  I’m not very creative, so it helps me to look at existing sites, to get ideas when I’m building pages in SharePoint.  There are so many web parts available, and so many different ways that the web parts can be visually configured, it’s

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Charts in Power Apps

There are several different ways that you can accomplish building charts in PowerApps, ranging from the high-end Power BI, all the way to something simple like a series of rectangles with variable widths.  In this post and associated video, I’ll go over your current options, what you’ll need in order to accomplish them, and what’s possible.  For Power BI, I’m

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Trigger a Flow from Multiple SharePoint Libraries

In this post, I’ll show you a way that a flow can be set up to manually trigger the same from from multiple locations in SharePoint.  Here’s the back story.  I created an approval workflow for a committee’s SharePoint site, for approving meeting minutes.  Then, another committee wanted the same flow, then another and another.  I ended up creating and

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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 and remember the old way, I’ll tell you how it’s different.  First of all, as of right now, December 2019, there is no audience targeting for *navigation* YET, but it’s

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