There is now more demand than ever before to create online events with Microsoft Teams. These may be training events or webinars or just a need to organize a online community meeting using Teams Meeting or Live Event. But if you don't want to share your joining link publicly in Twitter and pages (like #TeamsFest … Continue reading Creating webinar sign-ups, approvals and invitation emails sending using Forms, Teams and Power Automate (POC)
Microsoft Forms has gotten a new skill: file uploading. It is a easy way to starting processing and automating files forward. It could be a application, report, public announcement or whatever organizations come up with. In a way it is a substitute for building a file upload PowerApps or a more user friendly way than … Continue reading Uploading files directly to Teams using Forms and mentioning team with Power Automate.
Did you notice, you can create multilingual forms in Microsoft Forms? Just maneuver to three dots (...) menu on the top-right. This is a great addition because with this you don't have to create separate handlers, flows and combine results due to having multiple forms supporting different languages. Multiple languages. Single Form. Single Flow. This … Continue reading Multilingual Forms + Flow + Teams!
Microsoft Forms is a handy tool to build online forms for feedback, collecting info, ordering, support requests etc. Many of those forms have been built on one individual accounts in Office 365. Of course you can share the form, but eventually when a person leaves it can a be problem (yes you can nowadays move … Continue reading Build a Flow to your Team’s Forms (and get notified when team Form is filled)
How many times you have started to create a Forms without thinking, if it should be used by your team or not? Of course you had a option to share it to collaboration - but ownership was always on your account. When the owner left the company, for example, it was the ready recipe for … Continue reading You can now move your existing Forms to your team