See more about SharePoint Conference 2019 here.
In part one, we saw how the Microsoft Graph API enables programmatic access to Office 365 groups. Now it’s time to let Azure Functions help us with the desired workflow.
Office 365 groups span over various Office 365 services and provide a great way for collaborating. By default, every user can create an Office 365 group. While self-service is a good thing and many businesses adopted into that direction, some companies still prefer the controlled approach. In real world environments, organizations usually want to restrict the group provisioning so that IT can control the wild growth of groups. This article series shows how to create an Office 365 group with an attached approval process with SharePoint Online, Flow and Azure functions. See how this works here!
Many users including myself love OneNote. It’s quick and allows to store valuable but unstructured data very well. I wanted to change the storage location of my OneNote notebook from my personal OneDrive to OneDrive For Business. See the How-To here!
Office 365 users often ask about user profiles in various Office 365 services and where to change what. Since the Office 365 products do have a history, there are different places where user profile data is stored and how specific properties are synchronized. So, we at atwork thought that it makes sense to inform about the current user profile status in Office 365 with this article.
Office 365 Groups provide a bunch of useful features for collaboration. In some cases, users want to send emails from an Office 365 group as sender. Here’s the HowTo” to accomplish SendAs” permissions to an Office 365 group for users.
Two days ago, a new version of the PowerApps Studio has arrived with a bunch of useful features. See more info here!
This week, the Virtual SharePoint Summit took place on May 16th. There were a bunch of news and announcements and the SharePoint team did a great job delivering the latest improvements on SharePoint.
PowerApps is licensed in the Office 365 environment and offers three license plans. Since it often is not clear, if end users who want to use (and not create) a PowerApps app need a license or how licensing works with data sources, I want to inform about licenses, show some samples and clarify that topic here.
PowerApps are a great way to accomplish simple tasks by end users. A new PowerApp is usually done in minutes (if the underlying data source is existing and working). Nevertheless, it often takes much more time to polish the app and to find and modify details. So I decided to post from time to time some tips when stumbling upon any topics in PowerApps.
Last week Martina and I have been speaking at Unity Connect in Haarlem in the Netherlands. Unity Connect is an IT conference about Office 365, SharePoint, Exchange, Skype, Yammer, and Azure and took place from 16th to 18th November 2016 in the beautiful city of Haarlem. See some impressions of Unity Connect 2016 here.
The European SharePoint Conference took place in Vienna from 14th to 18th November 2016. We took this occasion to meet our friends from the Office 365 community in our home town Vienna for an informal come together aka #SharePintVienna.
SPD Slovenia took place from 24th to 25th October 2016 at Hotel Kompas in Bled. Bled is in maybe one of the most beautiful regions in Europe with a small lake and surrounding mountains. There were 5 tracks and about 50 sessions, presented in English. Check out my impressions here.