Introducing Microsoft Dataverse for Teams

Microsoft Dataverse for Teams is a lowcode development environment for building Apps, Chatbots and Flows in Microsoft Teams. Citizen developers can build applications that are accessed directly from Teams. Dataverse was formerly known as the Common Data Service (CDS), the Teams edition provides a subset of functionality for Teams users without any additional licensing costs. The security model uses Office 365 Groups (the Group used … Continue reading Introducing Microsoft Dataverse for Teams

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

SharePoint News from Ignite 2017

The Future of SharePoint, 2017 Edition This year’s Microsoft Ignite conference in Orlando Florida, was the place to be for anyone interested in SharePoint and Office 365. An enormous number of announcements were made covering almost every aspect of the Office and Office Servers. Microsoft continued the 3 year release cycle for SharePoint, announcing SharePoint 2019 will be released mid-2018. That’s right, a new server … Continue reading SharePoint News from Ignite 2017

PowerApps Job Tracker Demo

Microsoft PowerApps for Office 365 allows you to build your own apps without needing to be a developer. It is particularly useful for building solutions that use SharePoint as a backend. Mobile users can interact with and update information from SharePoint Lists via PowerApps. PowerApps are cross platform working on Windows, iOS and Android devices, simply download the PowerApps App from the Apple AppStore or … Continue reading PowerApps Job Tracker Demo