Moving from Microsoft ToDo to Trello with Power Automate

I know, crazy right!? I thoroughly enjoyed using Microsoft ToDo for quite some time, but as of late, like over the last several months, it's been nothing but annoying. I've conceded that it's my O365 account, or my Mac, or iPhone, or Fantastical, or COVID, that's causing the issues. I live my life on my... Continue Reading →

Using a Flow in Power Automate to Download EPIC Star Wars Backgrounds

A new Twitter account has popped up, and if you're a Star Wars fan, you should follow them! Check out @SWfbf. No, it's not my account, I wish. This account is uploading 4k screen shots from the beautiful scenes in the Star Wars movies and TV shows. Epic right? I started downloading some manually and... Continue Reading →

Tracking usage analytics within your Power Apps

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?

Office 365 is more than just SharePoint

Check out my latest post on Slalom Technology's site. Microsoft describes Office 365 (O365) as a collaborate anywhere, on any device, solution. O365 is all about collaboration — and it’s true. The primary collaboration services in O365 are email and SharePoint, but there’s more than that. Many of the capabilities in O365 help supplement existing collaborative activities,... Continue Reading →

Tl;Dr; Microsoft’s Guidance for Power Apps and Microsoft Power Automate (Flow) Governance and Deployment

Microsoft has released its guidance and best practices: PowerApps and Microsoft Flow Governance and Deployment Whitepaper. It's a great document, I highly recommend it for anyone considering PowerApps, Flow and/or Common Data Service (CDS) for their enterprise. I find that a document of this stature to be intimidating to engineers, admins, and IT pros. It's 66... Continue Reading →

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