Tag Archives: PowerApps

Employee Onboarding in Microsoft 365

When it comes to automating business solutions in Microsoft 365, one of the most common solutions that my customers have asked for over the past 15 years, is an “employee onboarding” solution.  I wrote an old blog post back in 2014 about this, and even did a series on my Youtube channel, of a way to build an example employee

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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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Speaking at The Experts Conference Online

I’m excited to let you know that I’ll be speaking at The Experts Conference (TEC) 2020, which is being held online November 17-18, 2020 presented by Quest.   The conference was originally going to be in person, and is now being held live online!  Check out the agenda, and come see me and many other really amazing presenters on many Microsoft

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Create Power Apps in Teams – New, easy database

Build Power Apps directly in Microsoft Teams, with the new Project Oakdale.

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Power apps gallery conditional formatting

Learn several ways to conditionally format the data displayed in a gallery in a Power App

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Power Apps for External Users

This post is all about how you can share Power Apps canvas apps with people who are external to your company. First of all, there are two main concepts that it’s important to understand.  There is a technology called Power Apps Portals.  This post is NOT about Power Apps portals, which use Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the Common Data Service

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