How to start with Power Apps Express Design

How to start with Power Apps Express Design

The brand-new AI-powered feature is available in Power Apps – Express design. Create a design using a tool or piece of paper, upload the image to the Power Apps portal, and it’s… almost done. I tested it for a few hours with different designs and it looks good. It has limitations and beta functions, but I think that it’s worth checking. So, let’s go and play with Express design!

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How to use Regular Expressions in Power Automate

How to use Regular Expressions in Power Automate

If you want to search for a specific pattern in a text, the best choice is to use regular expressions. You can find ready-to-use patterns and quickly implement them in your case. But what to do if you want to use it in Power Automate? You don’t need to use 3rd party tools or a premium license – there is one action that you can leverage to use RegEx in your Flows.

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What’s new in Teams – April 2022

What's new in Teams - April 2022

It’s not easy to follow all new features released in Teams.  Microsoft announces and releases multiple new features each month. April was dominated by the mighty one feature – Shared Channels, but it wasn’t the only one. New features appeared on the roadmap, some became available in Public Preview, and many were released to all users. Let’s go for a quick review.

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How to start with Teams Shared Channels

How to start with Teams Shared Channels

One of the most important features has just landed in the Preview mode in Teams – Shared Channels. You can invite your colleagues or people from external organizations directly into a Teams channel. No more dedicated Teams or shared SharePoint folders, and no more switching organizations!

In this post, I will show you how to configure the required features and start to play with Shared Channels.

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Microsoft Lists Preview for personal use

Microsoft Lists Preview for personal use

Microsoft Lists are a great place to store your information, format displayed data, and add logic/automation to them. Now everyone can try Lists using Microsoft Accounts without any paid plans or trials. What is this and how you can use it? Let’s check out Microsoft Lists – MSA Preview.

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How to work with SharePoint lists in Excel

How to work with SharePoint lists in Excel

If you work with SharePoint data in Excel you agree that performance is the key. It is easy to import large lists and connect them but the trick is to keep refresh time at a good level (minutes). Unfortunately, default Excel settings can cause serious performance issues, and figuring out why is not so simple and obvious. In this post, I compared 2 methods of loading SPO lists into Excel so you can avoid performance issues.

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Microsoft Whiteboard – latest updates

Microsoft Whiteboard – latest updates

Whiteboard is a fantastic tool for Teams meetings. You can use it for sketching, creating meeting notes, prototyping, gathering requirements, planning a sprint, etc.. All with an intuitive interface and coauthoring. Today I want to show you some latest updates that will make your work easier.

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Configure SharePoint as a content for Viva Learning

Configure SharePoint as a content for Viva Learning

With Viva Learning you can enhance employees’ learning process. All learning resources become available directly through the Viva Learning app in Teams. Microsoft provides 3 data sources (LinkedIn Learning, Microsoft Learn, and Microsoft 365 Training). You can add 3rd party data sources (for example, Udemy, Pluralsight, edX) or use your existing learning files to create your learning data source. Viva Learning uses the SharePoint site as a data source for this purpose. Let’s go and configure it!

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