Gather Suggestions with PowerAutomate, Microsoft Forms and Planner

Asking your users for feedback and suggestions is a great way to improve your Intranet. There are all sorts of ways to do this from using an email address, pop up forms, focus groups etc. The process of collecting feedback and suggestions can be automated using Microsoft Forms to capture details and PowerAutomate to create items in Planner for review. In this video I demonstrate … Continue reading Gather Suggestions with PowerAutomate, Microsoft Forms and Planner

Some thoughts on SharePoint Navigation

One of the most common problems I see with SharePoint is poor navigation. In my experience there are a few common reasons but it generally comes down to one thing, navigation is an after thought. This has a long term impact on the usablity of SharePoint and when done poorly is usually high up on the complaints list! This post isn’t intented to be a … Continue reading Some thoughts on SharePoint Navigation

PowerBI Webpart for SharePoint Online

One of the secrets for creating a great Intranet is to deliver high value content that brings people back time after time. PowerBI is a great tool for building rich interactive dashboards for visualising and analysing data. The PowerBI webpart gives you the ability to add dashboards to SharePoint pages. In this video I demonstrator how adding PowerBI webparts to SharePoint using a little dashboard … Continue reading PowerBI Webpart for SharePoint Online

SharePoint Sharing Policies

Microsoft 365 allows sharing policies to be configured at both the tenant level and individual site level. In this video I walk through the sharing options and how to configure policies.  I also explain: how the options affect the choices a user sees when they share how to restrict sharing to specific domains how to prevent file permissions issues with broken inheritance where to set … Continue reading SharePoint Sharing Policies

Wahoo! 50,000 YouTube Views

I’ve been making short demo videos show tips and tricks for SharePoint, Power Automate, PowerApps, Microsoft Teams and other Microsoft 365 features for a little while. Today I reached a goal I’d set myself, passing 50,000 views. Wahoo! I tend to make videos based on things I’ve recently worked on or where someone has asked a question and I’ve gone down the rabbit hole trying … Continue reading Wahoo! 50,000 YouTube Views