Tag Archives: Office 365

List Choice Column “Other” with Power Apps

In Microsoft Lists, choice columns have a setting called Can add values manually. Learn how to create this functionality in a Power App form.

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Cyber Monday Training Sale 2022

Starting on Monday, 11/28/2022, you can use this coupon code to receive a 40% discount off our our yearly Ultimate training plans at iwmentor.com. 

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MS Ignite Virtual Table Topic: Approval Processes

I’m excited to announce that I’ll be speaking at Microsoft Ignite next week! Microsoft Ignite will be held in person and virtually, October 12-14, 2022. This is a great opportunity to learn about the latest and greatest from Microsoft, and I’m honored to be part of it. Come hang out with me in my virtual session. It is a “table

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Modern SharePoint Color-Coded Calendar

Microsoft Lists are SharePoint Lists, and these lists can be displayed as calendars. Conditional formatting can now be done on calendar views! This means that you can color code your calendars, based on values in the columns, such as an event category. Old Way: Overlays This concept of color coding has existed in the past, for classic calendars in SharePoint,

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Speaking at TEC in Atlanta

Thank you to everyone who has attended one (or more) of my presentations in person. I’m excited to announce that on September 20-21, 2022, I’ll be speaking at TEC – The Experts Conference in Atlanta, GA, in person! This conference is sponsored by Quest software, and will be filled to the brim with practical Active Directory and Microsoft 365 education

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Live Online August Class

August 22-26, 2022, I’ll be teaching my advanced 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, held

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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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