Posts Tagged ‘SharePoint Online’

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New Add to OneDrive feature coming to a tenant near you!

With the latest announcement of the Add to OneDrive feature rolling out for public preview, this will carry over into SharePoint and Teams to give you the same look and feel as within OneDrive. Today we’ll quickly highlight what the “Add to OneDrive” feature is and how you can start using it! What is the […]

Provision a SharePoint library with SPFx extensions

Overview This series will show you how to create a SharePoint library while provisioning SharePoint Framework extensions. The step by step screenshots is provided in each section. Introduction The SharePoint Framework (SPFx) is a page and web part model that provides full support for client-side SharePoint development, easy integration with SharePoint data, and support for […]

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How to Create an Approval Flow using Microsoft Flow

This solution will show you how to create an approval flow using Microsoft Flow. Below is the structure of the flow: Add the “SharePoint – When an item is created” trigger. Add the “Send an email notification” action to remind the user that the submission is successful. Add the “Initialize variable” action. This action is […]

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Core Components of Microsoft Teams – Part 4 – SPO & ODfB

Hello and welcome back to part 4 of the “Core Components of Microsoft Teams” blog series! Last time we discussed Office 365 Groups and how they are leveraged by Microsoft Teams. In a similar fashion, today we’ll be covering how SharePoint Online and One Drive for Business tie into Microsoft Teams. This will be a […]

SharePoint Online Timer Jobs with Azure functions Using PnP – Part 2

Overview This post is the second part of the blog about creating SharePoint timer job with CSOM PnP code, using Azure Functions. In this part, you will see how to create the Azure Function and Connect to SharePoint Online with Application Credentials. The source code of the demo project is available at the following location. […]

SharePoint Online Timer Jobs with Azure functions Using PnP – Part 1

Overview This series will show you how to create SharePoint timer job with CSOM PnP code, using Azure Functions. The step by step screenshots is provided in each section. It will give you a jump start if you are new to Azure Functions and want to create timer jobs with Client Side Object Model. Introduction […]

Store PowerApp Camera Photos in SharePoint or OneDrive

In order to capture a Photo taken from a PowerApp, we are going to take advantage of the Camera control to capture an image and pass that to a Flow which will save it to SharePoint on OneDrive. The process relies on the workflow expression Base64ToBinary() which we will call within the Flow to convert […]

Send a Flow Approval to a SharePoint Group’s Members

Out of the box Microsoft Flow does not currently support getting the members of a SharePoint group. This makes it difficult to utilize existing groups that outdated SharePoint Designer Workflows would use. This leaves two options for a flow creator, A) create a custom list to track approvers, or B) set static emails in the […]

Customizing Your SharePoint Form with PowerApps is Live

What We’ve All Been Waiting For. Following the team’s Q3 update, it was only a matter of time before they turned on the power for a long awaited piece of functionality. Unfortunately, it’s only rolling out to first release tenants, but that shouldn’t stop people from starting to get their hands on it. After Ankit […]

Getting Access Tokens for both SharePoint and Microsoft Graph

A few days ago, I was working on a project and needed to know if it was possible to access a user’s Exchange Online calendar using the same access token used to access list data in one of their SharePoint Online site collections. The Microsoft documentation is confusing due to the rapid pace of change […]

SharePoint Online – Security and Privacy of Data

For many of my clients security and privacy of data in the cloud is the top most priority.  Balancing the fine line of making your data secure but yet still allowing end users to get their jobs done efficiently and effectively is the key to success for a cloud implementation.   You cannot have security without usability because […]

Office 365 Development – Default to ‘Open’

I am truly inspired by the direction Microsoft has taken in recent times with the move to iterative development, open tooling and open source. At its core Office 365 is a suite of services providing OOTB experiences and a set of APIs ready for consumption. The experiences will satisfy many of the requirements for Portals, […]

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