Flow can be used to trigger automation from within a PowerApp. In this session, learn the ins and outs of Flow used with PowerApps. Trigger a Flow from a button, and even allow the Flow to respond back to the PowerApp. There are also many types of automation that can be done directly from PowerApps without the need for Flow. You will learn how to determine when and where a Flow is needed, and all of the steps to set the systems up to talk to each other.
In PowerApps, once you get beyond the basics of customizing SharePoint list forms, or just using the out-of-box form control in your apps, the next common thing that people like to do, is add some logic to their forms.
It is a common request, to have a form that is so long, that it needs to span across several screens, like a “wizard”. Fill out a few fields, click Next, fill out a few more, click Next, etc. In this post, I’ll show you a way to accomplish that in PowerApps. Here is an example: This concept
SharePoint Saturday in Atlanta is coming soon, May 11th, 2019. Hopefully you’ll come out and see my session, and meet me and my team in our booth! Here’s the information about my session: Approval Processes with PowerApps & Flow Level: 200 Track: End-User, Business Business Forms can be customized with PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow can be used to send approvals.
Yesterday at our Birmingham SharePoint and Office 365 User Group meeting, we had an informal open discussion about Microsoft Teams. Nick Brattoli and I lead the discussion, with demos of Teams, and talked about best practices and adoption. We asked a lot of questions to the group, about how they currently use it, what end users are doing in there,
Hopefully this is a short term workaround. If you watched my SharePoint Power Hour today, you may have noticed that I was surprised when the DataSourceInfo function did not give me accurate permission information about the currently logged in user’s access to a certain list in SharePoint. I did demonstrate a couple of other things, like how to determine if
I was sitting here this evening, watching this documentary called Making Fun: The Story of Funko… and realized that I hadn’t blogged about my trip to Funko! A little over a year ago, I was lucky to be invited by Microsoft, to work with some other MVPs, onsite at a customer, to help them with their SharePoint implementation. The other
Thanks so much to my followers, for reading all of my blog posts about workflows and forms over the last 12 years or so. We’ve moved from technology to technology over time, haven’t we? Now, in addition to my SharePoint and PowerApps online classes, I’m announcing my new Flow class! I teach this class in conjunction with PowerApps. My PowerApps
Back in the old days of SharePoint, you could save a whole site as a template, and any workflows that were on that site, were automatically part of the template. So, sites that were created from that template then automatically had the workflows included. Now, “Site Designs” are the new way of creating a sort of site template in SharePoint
Get ready for the first ever PowerApps Virtual Summit! This conference is put on by the awesome people at the Collab365 Community. Check out the list of sessions, wow I can’t wait! My session is called: Mastering PowerApps and Related Lists Related lists and parent-child forms are a widespread requirement when building business solutions in SharePoint. Are you moving to