Category Archives: Office 365

Let’s say you have a SharePoint list with folders organized by continent and you have as well a choice column with the continent name in this. You want to move automatically all the list items with the chosen continent to the specific continent folder. The first idea would be to use Microsoft Flow to do […]

Flow, Office 365, SharePoint 0

TL;DR I’ll warn you – this is a long read! To summarise though – this Community is beyond awesome and the Hack4Good event just proved that we can genuinely change the world. The Hype When TDG announced that there was to be a hackathon in London, with the focus of it being the Non-Profit/Charity sector, […]

Azure, Canvas Apps, Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement, Events, Flow, Hackathon, Model-Driven Apps, Office 365, PowerApps, Uncategorized 1

SharePoint list forms on modern experience lists will open in a dialog side box by design (at the moment of writing this post, no out-of-the-box options are available to change this). In my opinion for non-customized forms that’s ok, but for PowerApps forms in SharePoint lists, the layout is not fine when the form layout […]

Canvas Apps, Office 365, PowerApps, SharePoint 0

PowerApps already does security trim for item-level permissions based on the Data Source permissions, but in some cases you may want to implement extra rules or more complex trimming types that are not possible with the selected Data Source. That’s when Office 365 groups come to help. Showing or hiding controls in a PowerApps based […]

Canvas Apps, Office 365, PowerApps 1

Let’s say you have a SharePoint list storing information with an Eircode column (postal code for addresses in Ireland), and you want to use that information in Power BI later to generate a map organizing all your items by location. Unfortunately, the Power BI maps don’t work fine with Eircodes, so how could we get […]

Flow, Office 365, Power BI, SharePoint 0

The Dynamics 365 Saturday 2018 took place in Microsoft Dublin (One Microsoft Place) and was hosted by Janet Robb and her Team. Congratulations on Janet for a great work on organising such well-structured event. Lots of cool sessions provided, as well as workshops for PowerApps and CRM for the ones who were interested.   Even […]

AX 2012, Canvas Apps, CRM, D365 for Operations and Finance, Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement, Dynamics 365 for Customer Service, Dynamics 365 for Field Services, Hackathon, Office 365, Power BI, PowerApps, Presales 0

It seems to me that PowerApps will prove to be a game-changer by enabling businesses and organisations to build bespoke apps designed to meet very specific needs. The curious thing about PowerApps is that the product is pretty well where it needs to be as of today but the major blocker for a global revolution […]

Canvas Apps, CRM, D365 for Operations and Finance, Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement, Dynamics 365 for Customer Service, Dynamics 365 for Field Services, Dynamics 365 for Marketing, Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation, Dynamics 365 for Sales, Dynamics 365 for Talent, Office 365, Power BI, PowerApps, Presales 0

Do you want to start building your business applications with PowerApps and don’t know where to start? I’ve been working with PowerApps + Flow on top off Office 365 for a while, and as am always studying and learning new stuff, I came across with some different content sources to get updated. Here are some […]

Office 365, PowerApps 0

Formula reference for PowerApps When building PowerApps I have found the below from Microsoft incredibly really helpful, an index of awesomeness for all things related to PowerApp formulas. I have lifted this from the Microsoft page but kept all the hyper links to allow you to drill into each piece of functionality. A Abs – Absolute […]

D365 for Operations and Finance, Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement, Dynamics 365 for Customer Service, Dynamics 365 for Field Services, Dynamics 365 for Marketing, Dynamics 365 for Sales, Dynamics 365 for Talent, Office 365, Power BI, PowerApps 0

Part one of the ‘Those Dynamics Guys’ PowerApps Series. As promised via Linked-In I am going to publish a series of Blogs on how to start using PowerApps. PowerApps is part of the Dynamics 365 stack that allows a user to create various application that connect with not only Dynamics 365 Data Sources but a […]

D365 for Operations and Finance, Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement, Dynamics 365 for Talent, Office 365, Power BI, PowerApps 1