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Action Button in Lists: Set Column Value

SharePoint Lists / Microsoft Lists have a capability that allows you to add a button to a row, which when clicked will set the value of one or more columns in that row.  For example, a “Complete Task” button, when clicked, could set the a status column in a row to “Completed” and set a person field called “Completed by” to the current user’s name.  All of this can be done without the need for any kind of workflow or flow.  You’ll also learn the logic of how to create a button that only shows for a certain person.

I’ll also show you a way to kick off a flow, without the flow panel popping out and without the user having to click to run the flow in multiple dialog boxes.

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Live Online- Advanced Power Apps & Power Automate in November

November 8-12, 2021, I’ll be teaching 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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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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Flow when a SharePoint Column is updated

In Microsoft Power Automate, you can create a flow that can take action based on specific columns being updated in SharePoint!  This can be done on a list or library.  There is an action called Get changes for an item or a file, which gives you a boolean for each field, whether it was just changed or not. Here’s how

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