Category Archives: Workflows

Button in SharePoint List to Trigger Microsoft Flow

In SharePoint modern lists, conditional formatting can be done, and there is a great detailed reference by Microsoft.  I was trying to find a way to create a nice pretty button right there on a SharePoint list, to quickly click to run a workflow.  With that in place, end users won’t have to wonder which menu and where to click

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Workflows and SharePoint External Users

This article is about SharePoint Designer 2013 workflows, and SharePoint Online (Office 365) external users. In building a solution for a customer, where there’s a SharePoint site / O365 Group with external users, and tasks needing to be assigned to them, this is the problem I noticed.  When you invite an external user to SharePoint, they receive an invitation email. 

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Automating Your Work with Microsoft Flow

Next week, on March 16th, 2017, we have a webinar coming up!  I’ve partnered up with Lightning Tools, and will be presenting “Automating Your Work with Microsoft Flow”. Have you been using SharePoint workflows, and now you are wondering what to think about Microsoft Flow? This session covers the creation of flows in Office 365, with specific examples of integration

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SharePoint Power Hour: Workflows and Web Services

Tomorrow on my FREE SharePoint Power Hour, come learn all about how to work with web service actions and looping in SharePoint Designer 2013 workflows! You’ll learn: How to use the “call web service” action, with SharePoint web services and other types of web services How to loop through multiple items that you’ve retrieved with that web service How to

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