In this video, I outline a method to implement Security Trimming/Custom Permissions inside your PowerApps application. This approach utilizes a SharePoint list and native PowerApps functionality to accomplish the security trimming in three easy steps: 1) create the SharePoint list 2) Filter that list by the current logged in user in PowerApps 3) Set the visibility of your objects to show only if the user is in that approvers list.
I’m only highlighting ways to security trim WITHIN THE POWERAPPP ITSELF. This post is not meant to address how you could apply security trimming to your underlying SharePoint data source. If you want some ideas on how you can manage the security of your underlying SharePoint datasource, check out Laura Rogers blog here: https://wonderlaura.com/2019/07/18/powerapps-as-a-front-end/ which runs through several options for “locking down” your SharePoint list data sources so that users aren’t going to the list directly to edit data.
In this video, I had the pleasure to chat with Eric McKinney from G&J Pepsi who watched mine and Jon Levesque’s video on connecting Siri to Flow and then made a support ticket system out of it within a few hours.
Join us to learn how to use the iOS shortcuts app to trigger Siri, provide some inputs and then send it to Microsoft Flow to create a new ticket in a SharePoint List.
This makes it much quicker (like 5 seconds) for G&J Pepsi’s employees to create a support ticket.
In this video, I show how you can create an Amazon Alexa Skill that calls a Microsoft Flow HTTP Endpoint to post a message to a Microsoft Teams Channel. This method lets you take your existing Flow skills and create an Alexa skill with ZERO code! The Flow does all of the work and you just point your Alexa Skill to the Flow.
I did a video with Jon Levesque on his YouTube channel a week or so ago where I show how to get started using Alexa with Flow. In that video I show some of the basics of Alexa Skills and demo a simple use case where Alexa returns back a list of your Planner tasks. If you missed that video here’s a link: https://youtu.be/cy5T6w-EMsM
In this video, I expand on that to show how you can pass a parameter from Alexa to Flow so that you can tell Alexa what message you want to post to Teams. I’ve created a corresponding blog post which has step by step directions and the JSON code needed for the Response which you can find on my blog https://www.sharepointsiren.com/2019/08/flow-alexa-post-message-to-teams/
In this video I prove a demonstration of the new capabilities I have built out in Dynamics 365 for Talent. That allows a manager to submit a new recruitment request from the Employee Self Service work space – this then, after approval, creates a new job in attract and a new position in core HR.
I have a chat with Troy Hunt, creator of Have I Been Pwned about developing your personal brand. Troy’s answers to my questions can be related to anyone who is a public figure, even if it’s a fraction of what Troy does such as blog or Twitter comments.
Note: this chat was done over Skype for Business and is raw footage. I was using WIFI from the Portugal AirBnB I was staying in at the time and the first couple of minutes are not the greatest video quality for some reason. Sometimes it is a bit laggy. It is fine to listen to and have it play in the background while you multitask
Read the full blog post here – https://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2019/07/developing-your-personal-brand-with-troy-hunt.html
02:33 – What worked and what did not work for you along the way?
05:33 – Tall Poppy syndrome exists
10:56 – When you’re well known, people may consider you or anyone else who has a high public profile as a celebrity. How do you remain intact in producing quality content to ensure that you are who you are, in terms of your knowledge and strengths and not just seen as a public celebrity
16:25 – When you’re writing your content do you endeavour to keep to a schedule or do you write whatever comes into your mind or what’s happening during that week
19:36 – With the content that you produce do you ever think about how to make it stand out or how to make it unique? As you know there’s a lot of content that’s getting written every week and there’s more people out there who are starting blogs because technology in all fields is constantly evolving. Is it something you ever worry about it or you just shut it out and just mind your own content, and not worry about anyone else
22:06 – For content that was previously relevant at the time, let’s say you wrote a blog post five years ago and now because of the evolving technology that’s taking place, would you go back and revisit it, would you leave it as-is or would you write a new blog post to expand on it? To outline what has since changed or why it would not work or apply anymore to this day?
23:55 – Have you ever been called out by the 1% on something that you’ve written about in the past that’s not relevant anymore? Has anyone in the last couple of years have been like – Hey Troy, by the way this thing you wrote back then is completely wrong
25:06 – If you were the CEO or person in charge of LinkedIn, what would you do for a week in terms of changing it?
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So I was in the middle of doing a video on the whole Microsoft Business Applications Summit, and I got sidetracked into creating one on the Summit Keynote led by James Philips – this is what I came up with.
Microsoft Forms Pro is an enterprise survey capability that helps businesses obtain the feedback they need to make smarter decisions. Powered by both Office 365 and Dynamics 365, Forms Pro supports businesses seeking to transform customer, product, and employee experiences.
This video will show you how to send survey invites by uploading a CSV file.
More information on tools used in this video:
Microsoft Forms Pro: https://formspro.microsoft.com
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