I am going onto a summer break. Starting now. While it is a really break from the work the summer break also means more dedicated time with family. I am not saying I wouldn't be blogging or being present at social media - but I will give more priority time for family and aim to … Continue reading To a summer break!
I had a privilege presenting this session of mine today at Commsverse. I was asked, again, to publish my provisioning flow to Github and this time I managed to do it! To accompany that here are a few details about the provisioning. The process follows this Get the request to a SharePoint list. The provisioning … Continue reading Microsoft Teams provisioning with Power Automate and Graph API
I wrote earlier about adding a ToDo or a Planner task every time you are mentioned in a specific channel. This was to cope with situations where you are being mentioned so much that you can't follow your atmention notifications anymore. Another, a bit similar but usually purely personal, matter is to keep track of … Continue reading How to create a personal “read this” task for every message added to a channel in Teams
I guest blogged to AvePoint Blog about Power Virtual Agents and how to integrate lowcode/nocode bots with #MicrosoftTeams. Yes, Teams Application template bots are in the post as well. The post gives you an overview what you can do with Teams Bots (#TeamsPlatform) and some ideas how you can get started with them by building … Continue reading Power Virtual Agents & You: Integrating Bots Into Microsoft Teams Without Coding
I have heard the story several times: too much teams, too much channels, too much notifications and especially: too much atmentions. Of course some of that can be taken care of by making Teams your own ( Check out my session at virtual Microsoft 365 Saturday Madrid to get Teams back to your control and … Continue reading Helping the busy BDM or manager: create ToDo tasks automatically when you are mentioned in a team channel
This was an exciting day. July 1st is famous to be the MVP renewal date. So first CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL NEW & RENEWED MVPs! YOU ALL ROCK! I am of course honored, humbled, excited and proud to receive this award (MVP for Office Apps & Services) the second time (to 2020-2021). It is a great … Continue reading My 2nd MVP year began today
Power Virtual Agents are a great platform that allows organization to create powerful chatbots in a very short amount of time. And yes, they are easy to install into Teams as well. Let's assume you have a some kind of Power Virtual Agent bot (PVA bot) ready and you want to bring that bot into … Continue reading How to: integrate Power Virtual Agents with Teams using SSO and how to retrieve user information
Microsoft Teams has been flying fast in recent months - there are several new features that we all enjoy and have waited. Some examples of obvious ones: 3 x 3 gallery in Teams meetings, which increases engagement and interactivity quite nicely. This is getting to be better with confirmed 7x7 gallery view that is coming … Continue reading What’s new and happening with Teams during summer 2020?
Live Events are becoming more and more popular. They are however limited in collaboration side: you can interact with audience using Q&A functionality (they ask questions, you answer them). What about Whiteboards or OneNotes and Live Events? Note: No, you can't share OneNote to Live Event in a way that everyone could collaborate and ink … Continue reading Live Events, Whiteboards & one live OneNote.
I have written several articles about Microsoft Whiteboard in this blog. I really enjoy using Whiteboard for several reasons (innovative, fun, included in every Teams meeting, has great features) but there is a similar flaws in it currently than with Teams Wiki or Meeting Notes - it is not enterprise ready as a collaboration tool … Continue reading Why to OneNote instead of Whiteboard?