As we espouse collaboration as the new way of getting things done, it is important to understand what sharing in Microsoft 365 is, and what exactly we are giving access to when we share with external people. As we move towards cross-product collaboration in Microsoft 365, there are now more that one way to work Read
In this post, I will explain how to delegate the filter function to SharePoint on the LookUp column
In this post, I will explain how to delegate the filter function to SharePoint on the Person/Group column.
Delegation becomes an important concept when dealing with large data sets, which by default means above 500 records (though it can be increased to 2000 in your canvas app).
As a financial institution operating many ATMs across the country and across continents, how can you use Office 365 to gain insights into external problems affecting your ATMs. I am not talking about internal issues such as ATMs running low on cash, but environmental problems such as vandalism, broken screens and dirty surroundings.
Filtering on columns are very easy but not so much for lookup columns to another list for some of you. In this post, I will show you how you can easily do it.
Can I access any REST API endpoint from Microsoft Flow? Yes, you can, and it is surprisingly easy if you know how.
With Microsoft flow becoming an integral part of Office 365 and business process flow, knowing how to call a Flow from any application is very important.
Microsoft announced the new features coming to SharePoint web part for Office 365 by the close of the year, 2019. So what is new?
The “Start an approval” action in Flow, only supports assigning an approval flow to one individual email address (one approver) or multiple email addresses separated by a semicolon (multiple approvers). How do you do it then?