Power Automate flow demo that exposes and surfaces rich metadata from content uploaded to SharePoint

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Demo of a Power Automate flow that exposes an extensive amount of otherwise hidden metadata related to files uploaded to SharePoint Libraries leveraging the SharePoint RenderListDataAsStream REST API.

An associated Power App demos showcases how the data exposes with the flow can be consumed in an app and the value surfacing this information can add to your own apps.
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More details (and sharing ?) to follow in an imminent blog.
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Attendance Tracking Demo

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This is video demonstration of a Power Apps mobile friendly Attendance Tracking app I have created.

If this app interests you insofar as any particular requirements you may have by all means reach out to me for further info:
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Attendance Tracking Demo App

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This is video demonstration of a Power Apps mobile friendly Attendance Tracking app I have created.

If this app interests you insofar as any particular requirements you may have by all means reach out to me for further info:
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PowerApps & SharePoint Demo with EXIF Image Metadata Extraction

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In this latest updated demo of this really awesome app I created using PowerApps, I showcase how I am able to extract EXIF metadata data properties including the Longitude, Latitude, Altitude, Address, Basic Tags (outdoor / indoor / person), ThumbnailUrl, Camera Make, Model, blah, blah, blah all within a single Power Automate flow containing less than 20 steps in total, 10 of which are simply initializing and setting variables, with paging comes to a whooping 45 seconds on averages per 5000 photos processed from a SharePoint Site Assets Library containing over R10k of photos. About 25% of which are photos between 4MB and 20MB.

No Cognitive Services Computer Vision API. No complex code. No 4MB file limit.
Genuinely absolutely free ?.

Also check out some of the other of far more enriched demo apps I have equally created. Kind of like the type of functionality you might expect in the next release of PowerApps, never mind the next wave of updates ?:
https://youtu.be/vSbwmHfqK3c . – PowerApps & SharePoint User Experience Demo v1.0
https://youtu.be/poKsDNYm9Jw – PowerApps & SharePoint User Experience Demo v1.0 (Simplified Version)
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https://youtu.be/DCdvwTE7LIw – PowerApps & SharePoint Search Integration Demo

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PowerApps & SharePoint Awesome Demo Photos GPS Geolocation v1.0

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In this latest updated demo of this really awesome app I created using PowerApps, I showcase how metadata extracted from photos (typically) can be surfaced using a relatively simple Power Automate flow that is able to expose the GPS coordinates embedded within photos primarily taken on mobile phones, subsequent to which have been uploaded to a Document Library in SharePoint.

Also check out some of the other of far more enriched demo apps I have equally created. Kind of like the type of functionality you might expect in the next release of PowerApps, never mind the next wave of updates ?:
https://youtu.be/vSbwmHfqK3c . – PowerApps & SharePoint User Experience Demo v1.0
https://youtu.be/poKsDNYm9Jw – PowerApps & SharePoint User Experience Demo v1.0 (Simplified Version)
Blog: https://masteroffice365.com/powerapps

https://youtu.be/DCdvwTE7LIw – PowerApps & SharePoint Search Integration Demo

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PowerApps and SharePoint Experience Demo

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This is a simplified version of a far more awesome app that I recently created wherein I demostrate how users of just one app can view ANY content stored in ANY Document Library or List on ANY site on SharePoint Online, naturally of course respecting the permissions each user of the app has been given access to view in SharePoint.

The main purpose for publishing this demo of the scaled down version of the app is because I have equally shared the complete solution of this PowerApp on the related blog I have published wrt how I developed the overall solution.

Feel free to pick up all the demo code from the links at the end of the blog I have published on my blog website:
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PowerApps and SharePoint Search Integration Demo

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In this video I demostrate an app created using PowerApps with users can search for and surface practically any content stored in SharePoint Online made possible by leveraging the basic of Flows containing just one step that enables some monumentally awesome search capabilties in the app showcased in this video.

Blog following imminently – end November 2019 latest.
Keep checking out my website forthcomiun updates.

Also check out 2 other treaster videos created using PowerApps that are perhaps even more awesome than this one. Kink of like the type of functionality you might expect in the next realise of PowerApps, never mind wave ?:

https://youtu.be/JBJZkPpnqBM
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PowerApps SharePoint User Experience Demo v1.0

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Final version the demo app I have developed using Microsoft PowerApps.

In this video I demostrate how users of just one app can view ANY content stored in ANY Document Library or List on ANY site on SharePoint Online, naturally of course respecting the permissions each user of the app has been given access to view in SharePoint.

In this latest demo now showcase how metadata information can equally be updated back to SharePoint, dynamically exposed and surface within the app based on the colums for any List or Document Library for that matter.

A blog detailing how exactly all this cool functionality within a single PowerApp was made possible will be published shortly. As soon as it is finalized, I’ll share the link here, or alternately monitor my website:

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PowerApps SharePoint User Experience Demo v2

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In this video of an App I’ve created using Microsoft PowerApps, I demostrate how users of just one app can view ANY content stored in ANY Document Library or List on ANY site on SharePoint Online, naturally of course respecting the permissions each user of the app has been given access to view in SharePoint.

A blog detailing how exactly all this cool functionality within a single PowerApp was made possible will be published shortly. As soon as it is finalized, I’ll share the link here, or alternately monitor my website:

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PowerApps SharePoint User Experience Demo

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Marvel at the wonder of what actually CAN do in PowerApps now consuming content stored in SharePoint.

This demo app consist of a single screen. Despite that you can view ANY site in SharePoint, view all the Document Libaries and Lists on those sites, view practically any type of documents, photos AND videos as you so choose.

What’s mAbsolutely no workarounds or hacks..

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