Ignite Live Blog: THR2070 – Ten Microsoft Teams tips in twenty minutes

Ignite Live Blog: THR2070 - Ten Microsoft Teams tips in twenty minutes
Last week at Ignite I sat in on Adam Deltinger’s session where he packed in over ten amazing Teams tips in less than 20 minutes. Adam wasted no time jumping right into the content and really showed me some great ideas to try in my Teams tenant. Check out the post on Microsoft’s Tech Community website: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams-events-blog/ignite-live-blog-thr2070-ten-microsoft-teams-tips-in-twenty/ba-p/1002307

Ignite Live Blog: THR1079 – Streamline Business Processes w/Microsoft Teams & Power Apps

Ignite Live Blog: THR1079 - Streamline Business Processes w/Microsoft Teams & Power Apps
Yesterday at Ignite I attended an awesome session delivered by Matthew Bolanos and Pete Daderko where they reviewed some cool new ways you can rapidly create apps in PowerApps and publish them to Teams for your organization to start using. Check out the blog post on Microsoft’s Tech Community website: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams-events-blog/ignite-live-blog-thr1079-streamline-business-processes-w/ba-p/990003

Parallel Approvals using Microsoft Flow, Forms & SharePoint – Part 1

Parallel Approvals using Microsoft Flow, Forms & SharePoint - Part 1
I think one of the most common needs in any business is to create a simple approval workflow for more than one person to approve or deny a request. Office 365 has many simple to use tools that can be combined to create a user-friendly solution to this problem. Microsoft Forms can be used to quickly create a form that anyone in your organization can fill out, then a Flow can be created to pick up the responses, write them to a SharePoint list, and then send approval emails to multiple people to approve / or deny the request. Flow can then update the SharePoint list with the results as well as emailing back the original Form submitter with the result. To create something like this its best to start with the Form and the SharePoint list. If you can get both of these right before starting your Flow, it makes picking options in Flow ...