Tag Archives: Power Hour

Workflow Requirements Gathering Presentation

During our SharePoint Power Hour a couple of weeks ago, I did a presentation on workflow requirements gathering.  Since this video has a couple of associated resources as well, I figured I’d share it with you here, with the documents: Workflow Requirements Gathering Workflow Requirements Document Template- Laura Rogers SharePoint Power Hour Episode 25: Laura Rogers & Workflow Requirements Gathering

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Upcoming SharePoint Power Hours

SharePoint Power Hour is a weekly live show that we have been doing every Wednesday at 11 Central.   This new post is to let you know about our upcoming sessions in January and February. What is Power Hour about?  Business solutions!  Business solutions are anything that’s not programming and not server admin.  Many categories fall in this range, such as

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Web Part: Manager Sees Subordinates Tasks

STOP USING INFOPATH This is an interesting solution that we figured out.  Here’s what the requirements are:  The managers need to see a list in SharePoint of all of the tasks that are assigned to their subordinates.  This is a bit tricky, because the manager field doesn’t exist in tasks.  Also, I didn’t want to do a solution that would

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SharePoint Power Hour Upcoming Events

SharePoint Power Hour is a weekly live show that we have been doing every Wednesday at 11 Central. What is Power Hour about?  Business solutions!  Business solutions are anything that’s not programming and not server admin.  Many categories fall in this range, such as reporting, workflows, forms, governance, metadata, etc. SharePoint RAX All you have to do is show up

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Power Hour This Week: Workflows

This Wednesday during our weekly SharePoint Power Hour live broadcast, I’ll be talking about workflows.  Specifically, I’ll be talking about dealing with emails within SharePoint Designer workflows. This will apply to SharePoint 2013/2010/2007.  You’ll learn about formatting emails, putting pictures in them, and using variables to make them more efficient. Come hang out with us, and ask us questions using

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