Twitter is always great for the latest information on the Microsoft stack. But it is also great for inspiration from the community. Lately I have been following John Liu his Flow hacks. His tweet inspired me to create an at mention channel Flow example.
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Finally it is in preview, the geo-fence trigger in Microsoft Flow. I have been waiting for that feature for some time. I am also glad for the heads-up from Rebekka who spotted this feature in the wild!
Continue reading Coffee Flow in progress
Data Loss Prevention is not a new feature in Office 365. But recently Microsoft announced that they are extending Data Loss Prevention to Microsoft Teams. Let’s give that a try!
Continue reading Configure DLP for Microsoft Teams
After posting a blog about creating a team I saw Microsoft had updated the Create team method in the Microsoft Graph API beta recently. That’s the beauty of Office 365, everything improves so fast! Time to write a part two of my blog post 😉
Continue reading Create template based teams with PnP
A cool new feature was announced on the 12th of July called Live events. With Live events you are able to broadcast video and content to large online audiences in Microsoft Teams, Yammer and Microsoft Stream. In this article I will share my first thoughts about Live events. Continue reading Broadcasting with Live events
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