This post demonstrates how you can use Microsoft Flow to work with JSON. The example used is monitoring a Yammer Group.
Including Accessibility in design and the creation of solutions, applications and services is not hard, time consuming nor need be expensive.
A colleague set me a seemingly simple challenge – Could I find a headset that works well with Microsoft Teams and Skype? However, it turned out much harder as they wear hearing aids…
The background to this post was a request to provide an updated list of sites in our SharePoint environment for use as a data source in Power BI.
Row Level Security is not a dark art. Use it to make your TyGraph analytics more accessible whilst maintaining privacy
Creating new Microsoft To-Do items from emails is easy with Microsoft Flow
Whilst tracking through my OneDrive I rediscovered the theme I developed for an analytics session at Ignite 2017. I still think the theme is relevant today so I’ve decided to turn it into a blog post. If you were in the session you’ll notice that I’ve tweaked it a little bit 😉
This post will show you how to make a REST call to the SharePoint API and process the JSON response using Microsoft Flow.
The Document ID service is great but limited. Engineers tend to want more metadata in their IDs!
Using PowerApps to work around the limitation of only being able to embed Power BI dashboards in modern SharePoint pages