Just wanted to share this blog with you guys and it is also for my own reference. I created a Flow to start a subscription for SharePoint on the Office 365 Management Activity API.
Continue reading Start a subscription Flow
UserVoice is one of the places where you can provide Microsoft feedback on their products. Sometimes they put ideas from UserVoice on the backlog and roll it out as a new feature. Recently they did the same thing with the code snippets idea in Microsoft Teams. In this article I will take a quick look at this new feature. Continue reading The new code snippet feature in Teams
When you attended conferences or community calls in the last year you probably heard this feature request a couple of times before. The ability to add metadata to your modern pages in the interface. And now it is finally here. This article is a first look at this new feature in SharePoint online. Continue reading Finally it’s here! Page metadata
Sometimes you suddenly see some nice announcement tweets on your timeline. Last week this was also the case. I saw the announcement of a preview version of the PowerApps SPFx web part, which is now available in SharePoint. Continue reading Easy access to your PowerApp in SharePoint is now possible!
About a week ago the Microsoft Flow team announced that the “Request sign-off” feature is available for all SharePoint sites in production. So it’s time to have a look at it myself! Continue reading First look at the new request sign-off Flow feature
A month ago we had a Hackathon at our company. This is always a good time to try some new Tech stuff. In this weekend I managed to create a simple proof of concept for measuring sentiment on Twitter with some basic configuration in Office 365 and Azure. In the following article I will explain how to create this simple solution with SharePoint online, Flow and the Text Analytics Azure Cognitive Service. Continue reading How to measure the sentiment of a Twitter #hashtag with Microsoft Flow