Tips to entertain your users while PowerApps gets their data, i.e. loading screens

Depending on where your data lives, it may take a few seconds for that data to display in the PowerApp. There is nothing that drives users more nuts than just staring at a screen as it does nothing, wondering if it's frozen or broken. PowerApps does have that useless little loading dots thing at the... Continue Reading →

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Tips and tricks for working with Microsoft Flow

I Love Microsoft Flow I don't know what it is, but I spend a lot of time in it, from small silly Flows to real time savers. I've shared a few of my Flows already, and will be sharing more. I may be a little addicted to automation, Flow being the biggest contender, but also... Continue Reading →

Questions on SharePoint 2010 Databases

What's the maximum size for a SharePoint database? This is a very common question across the board. Microsoft's documentation¬†recommends a maximum of 200GB per content database. This isn't a limitation, just a recommendation. They are recommending this level due to performance and maintenance considerations. When your database gets much larger than that, there are some... Continue Reading →

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