Christchurch to Dunedin in a Tesla Model 3

In December I received a call from Tesla to schedule the delivery time for my Tesla Model 3. I’d ordered the car earlier in the year and the anticipation of getting behind the wheel was through the roof! I couldn’t wait to get it on the open road! Since then, I’ve had many people asking me all sorts of questions about Tesla’s and so I … Continue reading Christchurch to Dunedin in a Tesla Model 3

Keep it simple

Have you ever been asked to do something for a client where you think to yourself, “you can’t do that easily” but then your brain tells you, “I like a challenge” (or something similar)? You know, those questions that push beyond what you would normally build and may push things a little outside the norm compared to your usual client requests? Recently I found myself … Continue reading Keep it simple

Create multipage SharePoint new item form with PowerApps

SharePoint Online allows you to customise a list forms using PowerApps. Creating a simple form is a piece of cake, but their are a few things you need to do when making a multipage form. Starting with a SharePoint list, choose the PowerApp option at the top of the list view. In PowerApps studio create a Screen for each section and then build your custom … Continue reading Create multipage SharePoint new item form with PowerApps

Azure Storage and SharePoint Migration Tool errors

I’ve used the SharePoint Migration Tool successfully on numerous occasions but this week I had a very unusual issue. In the SharePoint Migration Tool log file from a failed migration we found this error: Scan File Failure: The parent folder was not migrated 0x0111000F Failed to Read the file: Could not retrieve file’s metadata 0x01310007 For some reason the files could not be read, it … Continue reading Azure Storage and SharePoint Migration Tool errors

Microsoft Flow, linking email to SharePoint List items

Using SharePoint and Microsoft Flow, I built a system for sending emails to external people and then processing the replies, including extracting attachments and linking back to the original SharePoint List Item. Here’s the process: User creates a new List Item with the email address of an external person (can be internal also) Using Flow, send an email to the external person’s email address: Subject … Continue reading Microsoft Flow, linking email to SharePoint List items