Category Archives: SharePoint

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

“A woman with a voice is by definition a strong woman. But the search to find that voice can be remarkably difficult.”  – Melinda Gates   Companies love dashboards. The idea of progress, of something to announce, is like a drug. Naturally, companies use data and dashboards to measure diversity.  With one click, we can […]

AX 2012, Azure, D365 for Operations and Finance, Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement, Dynamics 365 for Talent, Events, Podcasts, Power BI, PowerApps, Presales, SharePoint, Teams 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

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

So I was busy creating a nice Canvas App using the brilliant Patch command when my records stopped transferring across to SharePoint at exactly 500 records. Knowing that SharePoint can hold many more entries than this I was slightly confused – on deeper investigation I found the little gremlin blocking my patch commands (File>App Settings>Advanced […]

Canvas Apps, PowerApps, SharePoint 1