Category Archives: SharePoint Online

FREE Power Automate Day 2021

This Friday, 7/16/2021 my company, IW Mentor, is offering a full day of free Power Automate advanced training (usually $50/mo).  This is a full 24 hours in which you can take my course, which is about 9 hours of content plus labs.  The free day starts at 12:00 AM on 7/16/2021 and ends at 12:00 AM on 7/17/2021. To register,

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Approval Templates – Forms in Teams

In Microsoft Teams, there is a way to create quick and easy forms to run through simple approval processes.  This is done in the built in “Approvals” app in Teams, and it uses Microsoft Forms.  In this post, I’ll show you how to use the approval templates, and how to create your own templates and share them with your whole

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SharePoint Home Site in Teams

Microsoft Teams has really caught on, and is used by millions of people in their day-to-day work.  We use it to chat, to collaborate, hold meetings, and much more.  Even though there is a SharePoint site is behind the scenes for every Teams team, there has been more and more of a demand to have SharePoint sites come to you

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Power Apps Print Function

Microsoft has released a brand new function in Power Apps, called Print().  This is a very welcome addition to the list of possibilities with Power Apps, and has been a frequent request from customers.  It is really a print screen functionality, since there is no scrolling. The function is very simple: Print() Just as with any action in Power Apps,

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Advanced Power Apps & Power Automate Training in April

April 19-23, 2021, I’ll be holding my live online class!  Come join me and learn advanced Power Apps and Power Automate (two deep-dive courses all in one week).  SharePoint is near and dear to my heart, so this course is geared towards SharePoint people. Learn how to build forms and automate business processes in this 5 day immersive course!  We

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SharePoint List Form – Form Editor

Over the years in SharePoint, there have been several different technologies to use, in order to do some customization to the out-of-box list forms.  No more SharePoint Designer for forms, no more InfoPath.  Yes, you can use Power Apps to customize forms, but now there’s another alternative! If you have some pretty basic changes to make to the way your

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SharePoint Form Conditional Formulas

SharePoint Lists *are* Microsoft Lists, and in these lists you can create conditional formulas, so that certain fields hide and show according to conditions that you define.  This is just out-of-box in SharePoint, without any other product, no Power Apps needed. Here’s how it works.  In this example, I’ve created a list using the travel request list template, in SharePoint

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