Using Microsoft Forms Likert questions in Flow

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 →

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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 →

My three wishes for Microsoft Teams

If I could ask three wishes for Microsoft Teams I think Microsoft Teams is great, I prefer it over it's competitors for a few reasons: Fan of the UI, the focus on replying to threads vs an uncontrolled conversation feed Integration across O365 and beyond Stickers! Not GIFs, but the customizable stickers (it's the small... Continue Reading →

Your intranet needs more than SharePoint

I recently wrote an article for the Slalom Technology blog. In it I discuss some of the lacking capabilities of using SharePoint as your only platform for your intranet. SharePoint Online and Office 365 are awesome, provide rich collaborative capabilities, but still pretty basic on the intranet front. ‚ÄúToday, employees face a technology experience at... Continue Reading →

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