This is a pretty simple concept that can bring tremendous value and insight to you, the creator of a PowerApp. Modern development practices encourage gathering insights from your users' interactions within your application. With these insights, you can decide how to mature and grow your product. How do we achieve this within PowerApps?
The Likert question type is a great option in Forms, which gives users a matrix of sorts, to provide a valuable answer. Check out this example I use for our user group's feedback survey: Some fun facts about the Likert scale on Wikipedia. Using Microsoft Flow, I'd like to perform some automation when this survey... Continue Reading →
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 →
This is post was originally posted at Slalom Technology. I’m addicted to automation, across all aspects of life. Is this a bad thing? I like to be efficient, remove the tedious work from my list and let a robot do it instead. Is this so bad? A little history… I’ve been a developer for about 20 years.... Continue Reading →
I had the wonderful opportunity to share my thoughts on why Microsoft Flow and PowerApps rock at the Boston Office 365 User Group. The session was amazingly well attended, with over 30 people in the room and over 15 online! I was pumped! We walked through several real life demos, and I shared valuable tips... Continue Reading →
Teams has incoming webhooks, and Flow has post message to Teams. How do these compare? Let's look at the two options and discuss the options.
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 →