Just testing a flow attached to my blog. hopefully more to come!
This is the final post in this mini series where we looked at the simplicity and easy of integrating within the Office 365 stack. Create a Form and have the data save directly in Excel Add the Form to Microsoft Teams Notify the Team a submission was made How does this look like on the... Continue Reading →
This post is the third post in this mini series as we look at how easy the Office 365 stack integrates. In this series, we will: Create a Form and have the data save directly in Excel Add the Form to Microsoft Teams Notify the Team a submission was made (this post) How does this... Continue Reading →
This Flow I feel like should be unnecessary, but alas it is. The simple idea is to have tasks which are due tomorrow post to your team to help keep people up to date. Planner does offer email notifications which can do the same, they work great, BUT our users disable notifications because they are... Continue Reading →
As of this writing, there is no clean integration between an Outlook Group and Teams, other than the membership. The calendar, for instance, doesn't reflect anywhere in Teams. Using the calendar is advantageous for the team, and I wanted to share new events with the team, to allow for awareness and conversations around our meetings.... Continue Reading →
This was an interesting use case. I manage the Boston Office 365 User Group's twitter feed, @Bos365. As we look to promote our non-profit events and content through Twitter, I sometimes just want to tweet the same thing a couple of times. Twitter is instant, and your tweets can get buried pretty quick, I wanted... Continue Reading →
I had a need and all I needed was more Flow! In a communications site in SharePoint Online, I have a list of contacts for my committee, something like: This list is great, it lets everyone see who's who across the committees. Now I want to email them, sometimes just the Liaisons, sometimes just the... Continue Reading →