With collaborative annotations, attendees in a Teams meeting can draw, add notes and more on the presenter's screen. Annotations are live, so as each person adds to it, the changes are visible to everyone. Screenshot of shared screen in a Teams meeting with annotations It uses the Whiteboard functionality, however the background will be a … Continue reading Use collaborative annotations in Microsoft Teams Meetings
You describe it, AI builds it: trying out the new way to create cloud flows
At Microsoft Ignite (October 2022), Microsoft introduced a new feature coming to Power Automate: "You describe it, AI builds it". This feature aims to make flow building even easier, by allowing you to simply type a description of a flow you want to build, and the flow will be automatically generated for you. Screenshot of … Continue reading You describe it, AI builds it: trying out the new way to create cloud flows
How to export and import your solutions (such as saving what you’ve built during App in a Day)
If you've attended training such as App in a Day, and you don't want to lose what you've built, here's how you can save your work. You can export your solution even if you haven't finished building it yet. For example, if your trial account is about to expire and you want to keep working … Continue reading How to export and import your solutions (such as saving what you’ve built during App in a Day)
Generate documents with information collected from Microsoft Forms
By using the Word Online (Business) connector for Power Automate, you can create documents using the information collected within a Microsoft Form response. Beginning with a Microsoft Word template, you can use the connector in a flow to take inputs from a form submission, populate them in a template, and save the document.
LinkedIn Learning: Course on Power Virtual Agents is now live!
Happy to announce that my LinkedIn Learning course on Power Virtual Agents is available now! The topics covered include the exam objectives for Microsoft's PL-900 Power Platform Fundamentals certification. So whether you're looking to get certified and prep for your exam, or just keen to learn a new skill, this course has you covered.
Use Power Automate to add Microsoft Forms submissions to a Power BI dataset
If you're using Microsoft Forms you can create a dataset in Power BI to collect the feedback or information from form submissions. This can then be used in your reports and dashboards for your reporting needs. Using Power Automate, each time someone submits a response to your Form, the data will be stored a a … Continue reading Use Power Automate to add Microsoft Forms submissions to a Power BI dataset
Power Automate conditions based on a rating response in Microsoft Forms
When someone submits a Microsoft Form, you can build flows based on their response. If your form contains the rating question type, and you want this to influence the actions taken in your flow (such as a notification if someone provides a poor rating), you'll need to first add in another step to make sure … Continue reading Power Automate conditions based on a rating response in Microsoft Forms
Turn on the “new” Power Automate expression builder/dynamic content selector
Trying to type in long expressions in your Power Automate cloud flows can be frustrating. To make writing expressions and selecting dynamic content easier for yourself, you can turn on Experimental features.
Getting Microsoft Certified: FAQ
Here's some FAQ to help you get started with getting your first Microsoft certification.
Turn OFF multi-factor authentication (MFA) for your organisation – Microsoft 365
As an admin, you can turn off multi-factor authentication. I've put this together specifically for people who might have signed up for a Microsoft 365 trial, or perhaps you've set up a tenant to run training with a group. With MFA off, users wont be prompted to provide a phone number or another authentication method when trying to sign in to their Microsoft Tools.