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Populating a date and time field based on a user's local time zone

If you have end users in multiple time zones, you’ll know that it has been difficult to set date and time based on their local time zone. An example is setting a Task Due Date with a time based on the Owner’s local time zone. It’s now achievable with Flow, zero code. Read my full […]

Winner of Flow Lightning Challenge

I was genuinely surprised with the talent I saw from the Flows submitted by the five teams. 1. The Swedish Snowballs 2. Inmeta Inmates 3. Three eyed fishes 4. Spiderpigs 5. Team Acando The winner and second place was very close. I am so proud of Oslo and it was so awesome being part of […]

Norway Flow Lightning Challenge

In this Norway Flow Lightning Challenge, meet Tessa Benitez who is a busy Chief Technology Officer. She has adopted Microsoft Flow to help her keep on top of her busy schedule. There are several use cases that you are required to fulfill using Microsoft Flow To pass you need to complete at least three Flows […]

Flow Condition Builder – How To's for Dynamics 365 and CDS

The Flow Condition Builder was released early February 2019. I show you how to replicate what you are already familiar with in Dynamics 365 workflows when using the Flow Condition Builder. This WTF episode will help with your learning to transition from Dynamics 365 workflows to Flow when you need to configure conditional checks. Notable […]

Unboxing my Flow Swag and Women in Tech

Find out with me what Jon Levesque from the Microsoft Flow product team sent me 🙂 Everything I received is super awesome! Thank you Jon!!! Follow Jon Twitter – https://twitter.com/JonJLevesque YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClBCcDTylJUzvP8sycg6pEA ––– I also do a shout out to Women in Tech in our Microsoft Dynamics Community: 1. Ee Lane Yu Twitter – […]

Delaying a birthday email to the recipients’ local time

In this WTF episode I show you how to delay sending a birthday email based on the recipients’ local time. For example if you want to send the birthday email at 8am in their time zone, you can do it with Flow. Watch my WTF episode to find out more. The two materials I reference: […]

Dynamics 365 Saturday Scotland 2019 – Grant Application Management

This is my virtual presentation for Dynamics 365 Saturday Scotland, January 26 2019. Thank you to Mark Christie for inviting me as a speaker. Big thank you also to not only Mark but Iain Connolly, Claire Carmichael and Hayley Talent as well as the sponsors for making this happen. #D365SatSco #benitezhere #WTF Check out E’s […]

Identify Contacts Time Zone in Flow using CDS and Bing Maps

Have you ever need to find out the time zone of a Contact? You can do so by using the Contact’s address information and through the power of a Bing Maps API you can identify the time zone of the contact. T his can all be done in Flow which is what I cover in […]

Sending a birthday email from CDS fields

In this WTF Episode I show you how to send a birthday email to a Contact whose birthday month and day equals the month and day of today’s date. It requires a combination of actions and expressions. I show you why my first attempt does not work and what I did to get around it […]

Winning the ARN WIICTA 2018 Technical Award

I made my way up to Sydney on Nov 23 2018 and dropped by the Sydney Barhead Solutions office before heading to the 2018 ARN Women in ICT Awards. I made it as a finalist in the Technical category. Much to my surprise I was awarded. Thanks ARN for the wonderful event. Thank you to […]

How to insert a date field value in an email in Flow

This is a follow-on from my previous WTF Episode where I show you how to how to display a date value in an email message in Flow. I stumbled across this nugget of information after I experienced seeing it as UTC. I found this out from Stephen Siclian’s Flow community blog post – https://flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/working-with-dates-and-times/ This […]

How to reference related entity data in Flow

In this WTF episode I show you how to replicate how to reference related entity data in Flow. In Dynamics 365 workflows we’re used to the Form Assistant. Read the full blog post at https://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/11/how-to-reference-related-entity-data-in-Flow.html Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com #benitezhere #WTF #FlowFever Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Embedding Power BI reports or dashboards in Dynamics 365 for Portals

Embedding Power BI visualizations is another new feature of the October 2018 release for Dynamics 365 for Portals. It’s simple to configure which I show you in this vlog. For more details read my full blog post on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/11/embedding-power-bi-report-and-dashboards-in-dynamics-365-for-portals.html Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com #benitezhere #dynamics365portals #powerbi Check out E’s […]

Enabling SharePoint Document Management for Dynamics 365 for Portals

In this vlog I show you SharePoint Document Management in action. Yes, it’s back! Get excited! For more details read my full blog post on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/11/sharepoint-document-management-for-dynamics-365-portals.html Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com #benitezhere #dynamics365portals #sharepoint Check out E’s YouTube Channel

How to reference a Two Option field in a Flow condition step

In this WTF episode I show you how to replicate how to reference a Two Option field in a Flow condition step when using Dynamics 365 connector. The same applies when using CDS connector. Read the full blog post at https://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/10/referencing-two-option-field-in-a-flow-condition-step.html Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com #benitezhere #WTF #FlowFever sounds […]

MVP swag, TDG and Power Users community

1. Sharing my MVP swag that I received 2. Joining Those Dynamics Guys as a Community Leader – https://dynamics365society.uk 3. The Power Users Community – https://powerusers.microsoft.com Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com #benitezhere #ThoseDynamicsGuys #WTF Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Referencing an Option Set field in a Flow condition step

In this WTF episode I show you how to replicate how to reference an Option Set field in a Flow condition step. You have two Dynamics Content options to choose from when using a Dynamics 365 connector and only one can be selected when using a CDS connector. Read the full blog post at https://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/10/referencing-an-option-set-field-in-a-flow-condition-step.html […]

Triggering a Flow when Dynamics 365 fields have changed

In this WTF episode I show you how to replicate triggering a Dynamics 365 workflow on change of fields in Flow. A Flow premium connector is required. T’s blog post: https://evolved365.com/2018/10/04/microsoft-flow-basics-and-limitations-when-working-with-dynamics-365 Follow T on Twitter https://twitter.com/thanurabw Read my full blog post at https://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/10/triggering-a-flow-when-dynamics-365-fields-have-changed.html Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com #benitezhere #WTF […]

Dynamics 365 Saturday NZ 2018 – Wellington

Dynamics 365 Saturday is a free Technical & Strategy Event Organised by the Microsoft Dynamics Community MVP’s for CRM and ERP professionals, technical consultants & developers. I went over for Wellington, New Zealand’s first Dynamics 365 Saturday event and had a blast. Special thanks to Gayan, Rami, Greg and the wider crew of New Zealand […]

Does not contain data and does contain data in Flow

In this WTF episode I show you how to replicate Dynamics 365 Does not contain data and Does not contain data in Flow. In Dynamics 365 we have the operations available but not in Flow (as of when this was filmed). Read my full blog post at http://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/10/does-not-contain-data-and-does-contain-data-in-flow.html Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my […]

And Or Statements in Flow conditions

In this WTF episode I show you how to replicate Dynamics 365 AND OR statements in Flow. 7.09 – AND 12.00 – OR 12.53 – GROUP Read the full blog post at https://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/09/and-or-statements-in-flow.html Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com #benitezhere #WTF #FlowFever Check out E’s YouTube Channel

How to configure Dynamics 365 workflow scope in Flow

In this WTF episode I show you how to configure Dynamics 365 workflow scope in Flow and how the same principles apply in Flow of defining which Dynamics 365 users can trigger the Flow. My blog post: http://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/09/how-to-configure-dynamics-365-workflow-scope-in-flow.html Episode 2 will cover AND OR statements in conditions. Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog […]

Announcement – Upcoming WTF vlog series

I have an upcoming new vlog series called WTF, What the Flow. The purpose of this vlog is to help the community understand how to build Flows using their existing knowledge of configuring workflows in Dynamics 365. In this vlog series I will be covering beginner topics with Microsoft Flow in the context of Dynamics […]

Data driven process mapping flowcharts

In this vlog I show you how to create data-drive process mapping flowcharts using the power of Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Visio. For information on licensing and troubleshooting read my full blog post on http://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/08/creating-data-driven-flowcharts-using-Microsoft-Excel-and-Microsoft-Visio.html Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com Ryan’s blog post: https://ryannipper.com/2018/07/12/crm-development-as-easy-as-making-a-cup-of-tea Original video by the Office 365 […]

Hiding Contact Preferences in Dynamics 365 Portals

In this vlog I show you how to hide the Contact preferences in the Profile web form of Dynamics 365 Portals using configuration only, zero code. For more details read my full blog post on http://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/07/hiding-contact-preferences-in-profile-web-form-dynamics-365-portals.html Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Terms and conditions for GDPR in Dynamics Portals

Displaying terms and conditions for GDPR in Dynamics Portals is now available. In this vlog I give you a quick overview on the features. For a more detailed explanation read my full blog post at http://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2018/07/terms-and-conditions-for-gdpr-in-dynamics-portals.html Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Preventing users from seeing the profile form after signing into Dynamics Portals

Ever wondered whether you can disable the redirect to the profile form after users sign into Dynamics Portals? I answer this question in this vlog, check it out now. Note: this is only valid when registration to your Dynamics Portals is not “open” where you are going with the “invitation only” method. When it’s an […]

Grant application management part 2: the external reviewer and applicant experience

This is Part 2 of my grant application management solution I demonstrated at Melbourne Dynamics 365 Saturday Australia in May 2018. I show you the other part of the jigsaw puzzle which is how the external reviewer is direct to the application in Dynamics Portals and the exchange of comments between the external reviewer and […]

Grant application management part 1: Universal Resource Scheduling

This is Part 1 of my grant application management solution I demonstrated at Melbourne Dynamics 365 Saturday Australia in May 2018. I wanted to see if I can utilize Universal Resource Scheduling for booking external reviewers to review a submitted application. Check it out, it is quite long so watch it when you do have […]

Unboxing my Microsoft MVP Award

In May 2018 I was awarded by Microsoft as MVP in Business Solutions. I thought I’d share my special moment of opening my MVP gift package. *Edit: I’m the second awarded female, found out there was another female awarded a few years ago. I am currently the only awarded female* Read my full blog post […]

How to update the redeem invitation URL in the Send Invitation workflow in Dynamics Portals

When using the Send Invitation workflow to utilise the redeem invitation process for Dynamics Portals, the URL needs to be updated. It can take multiple attempts to get it right and in this vlog I show you what works for me. I also explain in my blog post why I display the URL as a […]

Hiding Search in Dynamics Portals

In this vlog I show you how to prevent users in seeing the Search feature of Dynamics 365. Other entities and custom entities can’t be enabled yet for Search and I often get asked by customers to hide/remove the search feature so that users don’t see it. This is achieved by updating a Site Setting […]

Displaying a lookup field as a dropdown field in Dynamics Portals

In this vlog I show you how to display a Dynamics 365 lookup field as a dropdown field in Dynamics Portals. This is achieved by using Web Form Metadata. You don’t need to do any additional customization. There is a gotcha which you can read in my full blog post at http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2018/02/allowing-users-to-see-a-lookup-field-as-a-dropdown-field-dynamics-portals.html Don’t forget to […]

Increasing the Field Label in Dynamics Portals

In this vlog I show you how to increase the field label length in Dynamics Portals beyond the 100 characters limit of Dynamics 365. This is achieved by using Web Form Metadata. You don’t need to do any additional customization. Read the full blog post on http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2018/02/increasing-field-label-length-beyond-the-100-characters-limit-in-dynamics-portals.html. Don’t forget to follow me by subscribing to […]

Using Web Form Metadata to display helper text in Dynamics Portals

In this vlog I show you how to insert a hyperlink and 20 other different things you can do using helper text in Dynamics Portals. This is achieved by using HTML and Web Form Metadata. You don’t need to do any additional changes to the page template. Read the full post on http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2018/02/allowing-users-to-click-on-hyperlink-with-helper-text-dynamics-portals.html Don’t forget […]

Disable Sign In with External Account for Dynamics Portals

In this vlog I show you how to disable the Sign In with External Account option for Dynamics Portals. It’s configurable, no code or update to CSS required. To read the full post go to http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2018/01/hiding-sign-in-with-external-account.html At the time of this vlog, it’s not well known that this is all configurable within Dynamics 365. Help […]

Allowing users to self register in Dynamics Portals

This is a follow-on from my previous vlog where I show you how you can add some additional functionality to allow users to register themselves to an event in Dynamics Portals. To read the full post go to https://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2018/01/self-registration-for-dynamics-portals.html To watch my last vlog go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EyhD5MYRtg. To read the full post go to https://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2018/01/allowing-users-to-see-a-calendar-in-dynamics-portals.html. […]

Allowing users to see a Calendar in Dynamics Portals

In this vlog I go through how you can enable an entity list to appear as a Calendar in Dynamics Portals. Read my full blog post at http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2018/01/allowing-users-to-see-a-calendar-in-dynamics-portals.html For Colin’s blog post, http://colinvermander.com/2017/04/09/dynamics-365-portals-events-and-icalendar-download-with-liquid/ Don’t forget to follow me by subscribing to my channel. Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on benitezhere.blogspot.com For other […]

Blooper Reel

These are outtakes of me vlogging. Sometimes I do mess up but it’s all part of the fun with vlog life! Enjoy! Read the full post on http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2018/01/vlog-blooper-reel.html. Another video to check out of another fellow Dynamics 365’er – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2NL_AvNQ_s Don’t forget to follow me by subscribing to my channel. Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere […]

Allowing users to apply filters in Dynamics Portals

In this vlog I share a quick tip on how you can allow users to apply their own filters to a list in Dynamics Portals Read my vlog post at https://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2017/12/allowing-users-to-apply-filters-in-dynamics-portals.html Don’t forget to follow me by subscribing to my channel. Comment below for any feedback. Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere For other Dynamics Portals […]

App Designer V9

In this vlog I show you how some of the old and new features from the V9 Customer Engagement release. My favourite features is the WYSIWYG View Designer. Read my vlog post at http://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2017/12/app-designer-v9-features-wysiwyg-view-designer.html Don’t forget to follow me by subscribing to my channel. Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere Follow my blog on benitezhere.blogspot.com Check […]

Resolving blank page when clearing cache in Dynamics Portals

In this vlog I show you how you can avoid seeing a blank page when clearing cache in Dynamics Portals. This is helpful during acceptance criteria testing of user stories. Read my vlog post at http://benitezhere.blogspot.com/2017/12/resolving-blank-page-when-clearing-cache-in-dynamics-portals.html Don’t forget to follow me by subscribing to my channel. Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere For other Dynamics Portals […]

Part 2 of Dynamics Portals Web Forms – Edit and Read Only mode

In this vlog I cover how you can achieve edit and read-only mode in a single Web Form as used by the Web Page for View Details field in Entity Lists. Read my vlog post at http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2017/11/part-2-of-dynamics-portals-web-forms.html Don’t forget to follow me by subscribing to my channel. Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/benitezhere For other Dynamics […]

Part 1 of Dynamics Portal Web Forms – Save and Close, and Submit

In this vlog I cover how you can improve the portal end user experience using additional configuration for web forms. Read my vlog post at http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2017/10/part-1-of-dynamics-portals-web-forms.html Don’t forget to follow me by subscribing to my channel. For other Dynamics Portals blogs to follow: 1. Colin Vermander – http://colinvermander.com 2. Nadeeja Bomiriya – http://dyn365apps.com Check out […]

App Designer for D365

In this vlog I demonstrate how to create an App using the App Designer for Dynamics 365. I also show how to enable security roles for Apps Check out E’s YouTube Channel

IOTAP Cloning Tool in Microsoft Dynamics CRM

I demonstrate the IOTAP Cloning Tool in Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Read my blog post on http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2016/09/cloning-records-in-microsoft-dynamics.html Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Oracle UPK with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

In this vlog I demonstrate how Oracle UPK can be used with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Online for generating learning, testing and training material for end users. Read my blog post on http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2016/09/oracle-upk-microsoft-dynamics-crm.html Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Using ERD for solution design in Microsoft Dynamics CRM

In this vlog I explain how to create ERD for solution design in Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Read my vlog post on http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2016/08/awaken-erd-force-in-you.html. Checkout my other vlogs on https://benitezhere.blogspot.com. Check out E’s YouTube Channel

5 tricks in using calculated and rollup fields for membership organisations

This vloc covers five different tricks in using calculated and rollup fields in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 for membership organisations Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Customizable Help in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 using Office 365 and Microsoft SharePoint online

In this vlog I do a walkthrough of using Office 365 and Microsoft SharePoint online for custom help in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015. Links: Andre’s blog – https://andz88.wordpress.com/ CRM Help & Training – https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics/crm-customer-center/videos-ebooks.aspx Microsoft SharePoint blog post for Table of Contents – https://www.captechconsulting.com/blogs/creating-bookmarks-and-anchors-in-office-365 Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Customizable Help in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

In this vlog I cover the new custom Help URL that can be applied at a global and individual entity level. I also outline an alternative solution for providing a Help End User Guide. Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Hierarchy Security in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

Understanding Manager Hierarchy and Position Hierarchy in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Product Structure in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

Understanding the Product Hierarchy in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Populating Order Address fields in Microsoft Dynamics CRM

In this video learn how to use customisations to pull through address data from Account or Contact Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Simple approval process version 2.0

How to create an approval process in the Opportunity record using customisations in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Understanding the Pipeline Phase field

This vlog goes through the relevance of the Pipeline Phase field in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Check out E’s YouTube Channel

CRM Failed to Load – CRM 2013 Outlook Client

An error occurs when navigating to an Entity view in the CRM 2013 Outlook Client. The cause to this particular error was from the query of “Owner Equals Current User of User’s Teams” Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Recipe in asking for CRM Help

When requesting for CRM Help from your IT Partner or a third party of a CRM add-on, sometimes it can go around in circles in the beginning as the support person requires further information. I share tips on what you can do so that the support person can immediately investigate and troubleshoot Check out E’s […]

Navigating in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013

This vlog will be a walk-through of navigating in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Quickly accessing a new CRM record form

How to use the “Quick Create” CRM 2013 functionality and creating an even more quicker way of creating new CRM records Check out E’s YouTube Channel

Simple Approval process

A simple approval process that uses some cool features in CRM 2013 – http://benitezhere.blogspot.com.au/2014/05/a-simple-approval-process-in-crm-2013.html Check out E’s YouTube Channel

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Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Microsoft Teams Connector

Whats up friends?! In today’s video we are covering the Microsoft Teams Connector in Microsoft Flow! We cover the actions, the triggers and we do some demos to show you how you can best use this connector to your advantage! To learn more about Flow head to http://flow.microsoft.com To follow me on Twitter head to […]

Skiing Sunshine Village & Lake Louise

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Preparing for Canada

What’s up guys?! Come along as Gabriel and I drive around and prepare for my trip to Calgary, Alberta! This is another attempt to bring you all along for some day in the life style vlogs! Let me know what you think! I really enjoy filming these! Please like and Subscribe for more! Follow me […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Microsoft Forms Connector

Whats up friends! Welcome to this video where we talk about the Microsoft Forms Connector! We cover the trigger, the action, and how to build something cool with it! To get started on Microsoft Flow head to http://flow.microsoft.com To follow me on twitter head to http://twitter.com/jonjlevesque As always, please LIKE & SUBSCRIBE!!! Much Love from […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Microsoft SQL Connector

Whats up Friends?! In todays video I am joined by Microsoft Flow MVP – Ahmad Najjar http://twitter.com/ahmadn82 and we are bringing you the SQL Connector! In this video we cover all of the actions and triggers along with small demos to understand how each part works! Let us know in the description, what connector you […]

Power Platform World Tour Silicon Valley

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Adventures in Community 13 – London Flow & PowerApps User Group

Whats up friends! This week I visited London UK for the Flow and PowerApps London UG! AND HOLY WOW! I got to see some amazing speakers and hang out with so many great community members!! It was truly a 72 hours i will never forget! To learn more about this group head to https://www.powerplatformug.com/communities/community-home?CommunityKey=34e8d3d9-a6b5-4389-8d35-b8fbb54ce6cf To […]

Urban Skiing and Snowboarding Day – Snohomish Washington

Whats up friends!? This past week we got DUMPED ON and so myself and Gabriel took the opportunity to go and run some urban lines! We hit closed roads, we hit hiking trails, and Gabriel even beat his board down a icy hill! to follow me on twitter and stay up to date with me […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – How to Use Team Flows

Whats up friends?! For this weeks video i am showing you a quick demo on how to use Team Flows to collaborate on a #MicrosoftFlow Project! If you have any questions, please let me know! Much love from me! As always, Please LIKE & SUBSCRIBE – Jon Checkout Jon Levesque’s Channel

Adventures in Community 12 – Microsoft Campus Tour

Whats up friends!? Have you ever wondered what the Microsoft Campus is like?! Come and take a quick tour and check out some of my favorite things! Check out the phone stores, all the restaurants, the visitors center and more! to follow me on twitter head to http://twitter.com/jonjlevesque please LIKE & SUBSCRIBE as always, much […]

Just So You Know Episode 7 – Canada Stealing Land from Citizens!

Whats up friends! Welcome to the Jon and Kent JSYK – Just So You Know, Podcast! We will discuss technology in all of its forms. Consumer, emerging, line of business and more! Today we discuss the Huawei Spying claims, the Apple FaceTime Bug, And Parks Canada stealing land from citizens! Check out links from the […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Microsoft Word Connector

Whats up friends!? This week, me and MVP Daniel Laskewitz look at the new Microsoft Word Connector and some of its functionalities. Follow along and see how you can use this technology for yourself and your organization! to get started with Flow head to http://flow.microsoft.com to follow me on twitter head to http://twitter.com/jonjlevesque Please LIKE […]

Adventures in Community 11 – Power Platform World Tour Tampa

Whats up friends! This week I visited Tampa Florida for the Power Platform UG! I got to see some amazing speakers and hang out with so many great community members! Hope to see you at the next UG Event! get registered at http://powerplatformworldtour.com To learn more about Microsoft Flow head to http://flow.microsoft.com to follow me […]

DJI Mavic Pro 4k Washington Adventure

Whats up friends! I crashed my drone in 2017 and have been pretty scared of flying since then! Well, I decided that i was tired of not flying! A sunny day came along and we decided to get out there and fly! We had 3 stops, spent plenty of time in nature, and even had […]

Just So You Know Episode 6 – Going Deep on BlockChain and the rise of Audio!

Whats up friends! Welcome to the Jon and Kent JSYK – Just So You Know, Podcast! We will discuss technology in all of its forms. Consumer, emerging, line of business and more! Today we discuss the rise of Audio. We interview Justin Dean, CEO of MasterGenesis, a new Blockchain platform, and we compliment some fizzy […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – State Machine

Whats up friends! Join me and #DoctorFlow as we discuss the Flow State Machine pattern to get around the limitation of 30 day flow run length! To get started with flow head to http://flow.microsoft.com To follow serge on twitter go to http://twitter.com/sergeluca To read Serges Blog about the flow control pattern head to: https://sergeluca.wordpress.com/2018/11/26/new-flow-state-machine-pattern-with-unlimited-running-time-the-controller-flow/ as […]

Face Mask Peeling!!

Whats up friends?! Today myself and Gabriel get facials.. using my girlfriends black face mask treatment. It stung our eyes and smelled funky but it actually did make my face nice and smooth in the end. Come along for the antics of us trying to beautify. to follow me on twitter head to http://twitter.com/jonjlevesque As […]

Just So You Know Episode 5 – The future workweek will be WAY Different!

Whats up friends! Welcome to the Jon and Kent JSYK – Just So You Know, Podcast! We will discuss technology in all of its forms. Consumer, emerging, line of business and more! Today we discuss Amazon democratizing robotic programming. The future of the work week, and how the Ford Motor Company builds poor quality cars. […]

Microsoft Flow | Manual Flows & Flow Buttons

Whats up friends! Today I am talking about Button Flows AKA Manual Input Flows. There are physical buttons and also virtual buttons. Today we will go over the input types for both, and i will show you how to build a flow using a virtual button, so that you don’t have to ever use a […]

Adventures In Community Recap – MY TOP 8 MOMENTS OF 2018

Whats up friends!? Today I am sharing my top 8 moments of 2018! How many of the moments did you see in previous videos? Are you subscribed so you don’t miss any of the awesomeness that is coming in 2019? Thank you all so much for such an amazing year! Much love from me to […]

Microsoft Flow – Business Process Flows Tutorial | Part 5

Whats up friends?! welcome to video 5 of our 5 part series! If you haven’t seen part 1, make sure to go and see that first! Part 1 – Plan, Prep and Build the Database / Entities Part 2 – Create the Model driven App Part 3 – Build your BPF Part 4 – Build […]

The Microsoft Flow Team on the Slopes

Whats up friends! This week we decided to hit the slopes with some of the Flow team and take a break from building badass software! 😀 Come along with Raj, David, Gabriel and Myself as we shred at Stevens Pass Mountain Resort! Want to come hang with us on an adventure? Let me know! To […]

Microsoft Flow – Business Process Flows Tutorial | Part 4

Whats up friends?! welcome to video 4 of our 5 part series! If you haven’t seen part 1, make sure to go and see that first! Part 1 – Plan, Prep and Build the Database / Entities Part 2 – Create the Model driven App Part 3 – Build your BPF Part 4 – Build […]

Microsoft Flow Speaking Tour 2018 Recap

What’s up friends! Wow it has been one heck of a year of traveling and speaking! I spoke to over 5,000 people this year across 16 different speaking engagements! This is a brief recap of some of the stops, but more importantly if you want to see what cities i am coming to next check […]

Meet Jon Levesque – QnA Ep. III

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Microsoft Flow Tutorial | Six Tips to be successful

What’s up friends?! Today I am bringing you six Flow Tips, brought to you by the community! Let’s go through them together and see: – Solutions – See More – Naming Actions – Ownership – Disabling Flows – Zooming in and Out That’s it! Hope they help, if you have tips i should share leave […]

Adventures in Community 9 – SharePoint Saturday Oslo 2018

What’s up friends?! Come along wIth me and Gabriel as we head to SPS Oslo with Ahmad! We endure some issues along the way… losing luggage sucks! Have you ever had yours lost? We overcome it though and get to go see all the sights and take in the beauty of the city! To follow […]

Just So You Know Episode 3 – A Racial Profiling A.I.

Whats up friends?! Welcome to the Jon and Kent JSYK – Just So You Know, Podcast! We will discuss technology in all of its forms. Consumer, emerging, line of business and more! Today we discuss the state of Crypto. Minority Report come to Life, and we talk about the continuation of the KLM/Delta Complaint department […]

Microsoft Flow – Business Process Flows Tutorial | Part 3

Whats up friends?! welcome to video 3 of our 5 part series! If you haven’t seen part 1, make sure to go and see that first! Part 1 – Plan, Prep and Build the Database / Entities Part 2 (This Video) – Create the Model driven App Part 3 – Build your BPF Part 4 […]

Nintendo Switch Winner Announcement

Whats up friends! Congrats to April Dunnam for being my lucky follower and winning the Nintendo Switch! to follow me on Twitter and have a chance at my next prize go to http://twitter.com/jonjlevesque Much Love! – Jon Checkout Jon Levesque’s Channel

Kent Weare – Highlight Reel

What’s up friends?! Some of you have heard, and some maybe not.. but Kent has departed the flow team to return to Canada and be with his family. It’s a great opportunity for him and I’m so stoked, but i am also a bit bummed… So because of that, i decided to put together a […]

Just So You Know Episode 2 – That API Knows your Address?!

Whats up friends! Welcome to the Jon and Kent JSYK – Just So You Know, Podcast! We will discuss technology in all of its forms. Consumer, emerging, line of business and more! Today we discuss an AI that recognizes conversations, a RIDICULOUS Far Reaching API and about the airline KLM!!! To follow Kent on Twiiter […]

Microsoft Flow – Business Process Flows Tutorial | Part 2

Whats up friends?! welcome to video 2 of our 5 part series! If you haven’t seen part 1, make sure to go and see that first! Part 1 – Plan, Prep and Build the Database / Entities Part 2 (This Video) – Create the Model driven App Part 3 – Build your BPF Part 4 […]

Power Platform Company Party

What’s up friends!? Last week we had a party at our Advanta campus, organized by our awesome admin team! We had VR, we had food and drinks and a ton of games! Check out how we do it in the BAG group! And thanks to our awesome admin team for organizing such a cool event. […]

Just So You Know Episode 1 – Don’t Punch people for TV’s

Whats up friends! Welcome to the Jon and Kent JSYK – Just So You Know, Podcast! We will discuss technology in all of its forms. Consumer, emerging, line of business and more! Today we discuss Black Friday, The new iPhone XS series, and the ever shrinking bathroom on airliners! To follow Kent on Twiiter head […]

Microsoft Flow Solutions

Whats up friends?! Today Kent and I introduce you to a brand new Flow/Apps feature called SOLUTIONS! Solutions allow you to package up Flows and Apps and CDS Stuff so you can share/sell or move those items to other locations! Let us know what you think of solutions in a comment below! To get started […]

Meet Jon Levesque – QnA Ep. II

We are in the middle of a 3 part series about Me. I realized that You have spent a lot of time with me now, watching Flow videos and adventures, but haven’t had the chance to really get to know me! I took questions on Twitter and tried to answer them all for you, but […]

Microsoft Flow – Business Process Flows Tutorial | Part 1

Whats up friends?! The Business Process Flow video was EXTREMELY popular, and I have had tons of people reach out to me and ask me to GO DEEPER on BPF! So, due to popular demand, we got Karan back to make a series with us so we can fully discuss all it takes to make […]

Meet Jon Levesque – QnA Ep. I

Whats up friends?! For the next few Mondays we are going to do a 3 part series about, well… Me. I realized that You have spent a lot of time with me now, watching Flow videos and adventures, but haven’t had the chance to really get to know me! I took questions on Twitter and […]

Introducing: Microsoft Learn

Hey Flow Fans! If you or someone you know is looking for a place to get started with Microsoft Flow, there’s an all new learning resource out there for anyone to use, completely free. Oh and did I also mention that you earn XP and badges upon completing modules in MS Learn and you can […]

Adventures in Community 8 – SharePoint Saturday Lisbon & MWCP18

Whats up friends!? Come along with me to #SPSLisbon Where I am the Keynote Speaker and see the sights of Lisbon and Sintra while you catch up on Flow sessions from many of the MVP’s you are becoming familiar with by now! From there we go to Paris France and the Modern Workplace Conference where […]

Microsoft Flow and PowerApps – Halloween Costume Picker

What’s up friends! Happy Flow Tuesday and Happy Halloween! I can never pick what Halloween costume that I want to wear and i always wait until the last minute and spend hours in the store trying to figure it out! This year, thanks to April Dunnam (http://twitter.com/aprildunnam) a future Microsoft Flow MVP, And her awesome […]

Ancient Lakes Trip Footage Reel

Hey YouTube! Enjoy this video where all of the best shots from our camping trip to Ancient Lakes, WA are put together! This is a combination of shots from me, Ralph and Gabriel. If you haven’t seen our epic Vlog from this trip, you should go watch it NOW! Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNlHlzd5Q_I&t=176s To follow me on […]

Microsoft Flow Podcast – Ignite 2018 “Glow with Microsoft Flow”

Join us at Microsoft Ignite 2018, the largest Microsoft Conference of the year! Where I had the chance to go LIVE with A few of my favorite Microsoft colleagues and a few of my favorite Microsoft MVPs for a special 30 minute podcast showcasing Microsoft Flow that I hope you enjoy! Special thanks to Ahmad […]

Microsoft Flow Podcast – Ignite 2018 “Enhance Your Business Process Automation With Microsoft Flow”

Join us at Microsoft Ignite 2018, the largest Microsoft Conference of the year! Where I had the opportunity to go LIVE with my favorite Microsoft colleague, Kent Weare, and a few of my favorite Microsoft MVPs. (Ahmad Najjar & Serge Luca) This is truly a special podcast where we are sharing with you how to […]

Sauk Mountain Hike Vlog

Hey YouTube! Join me in this video as I venture to the very top of Sauk Mountain in the North Cascades with my good friend ,Gabriel! All the way up the 1.3 miles of switchbacks to reach 5,540′ above sea level where there are mountains as far as your eyes can see. This is truly […]

Microsoft Flow – Cognitive Services – Bird or Not?

Whats up friends! Welcome to another Tuesday video about Microsoft Flow! In this video, Myself and one of the Flow Engineers Dave take on a challenge from XKCD to prove that a solution that can detect birds doesnt take long to build at all when you have #MicrosoftFlow want to get started with Flow? Check […]

Ancient Lakes Trail Hike Vlog

Hey Friends!! If you’ve seen any of my previous adventure videos, you’ll already know that I am always looking for an opportunity to get out of my comfort zone and accomplish new things, preferably outdoors! I love the beauty that the nature of the place that I live has to offer around every corner. This […]

An Average Day in the Life of A Microsoft Employee

This week I’m bringing the adventure indoors as I take you along with me to a day at Microsoft, where I work! You usually get to see all of the fun traveling parts of my job, so I thought I’d show you the REAL fun part where the emails and the meetings are seemingly endless. […]

Adventures in Community 7 – Microsoft Ignite 2018

Whats up friends! This week i traveled to #MicrosoftIgnite to speak about Microsoft Flow and to Podcast and have customer meetings, and WOW was it busy!! Thanks so much to alllllllll of my friends that connected, came to my sessions, shared time and knowledge and feedback…. all of you really are the reason why i […]

Microsoft Flow – Business Process Flows Introduction

Whats up Friends! In this video, myself and Karan from the Flow Team are going to show a Business Process Flow (BPF) use and how to add steps into one! Stay tuned as we build more BPF’s in future videos as well!! To get a P2 Trial visit the following link – https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/ and select […]

BIG FOUR ICE CAVES – Washington

Whats up friends! Happy Monday! Today Myself and Gabriel are hiking to the BIG FOUR ICE CAVES! A beautiful short hike, with an epic payoff. Want to come on an adventure with us? Want to invite us to come adventure with you?! LET US KNOW! To follow Gabriel on twitter head to http://twitter.com/gabrielstjon To follow […]

Microsoft Flow Session – Flow Expressions

Whats up Friends?! In this Microsoft Flow session, Fausto Capellan Jr teaches you all about the expression system in Microsoft Flow and how best to use it! This session was from the Business Application Summit 2018 To get started with Microsoft Flow head over to http://www.flow.microsoft.com To follow Fausto on Twitter head over to http://twitter.com/faustocapellanjr […]

Microsoft Flow Session – Bottom Up Innovation

Hey Flow Friends!? In this Microsoft Flow Digital Transformation session, myself and Kent teach you how to promote digital transformation in your organization as well as some common Flow scenarios you can use to wow your Leadership. to get started on microsoft Flow head over to http://flow.microsoft.com Follow along with us and let us know […]

Hot Wings in Snohomish – Fred’s Alehouse

What’s up guys?! This is the second episode in a series where I bring someone along (or go by myself) to lunch with me to a place that serves hot wings for a three tier review of the hot wing’s quality! I am looking for suggestions on new places to go and try wings and […]

Microsoft Flow and PowerApps – Identify Legos with Cognitive Services

Whats up friends! In this Microsoft Flow and PowerApps session, Daniel Christian shows you his amazing lego recognition app! Daniel killed it as usual, and shows you just how easy it is to build something liek this yourself! To get started with Microsoft Flow head over to http://www.flow.microsoft.com To follow Daniel Christian on Twitter head […]

Microsoft Flow Session – Flow Overview

Whats up friends!? Follow along with this Microsoft Flow Session from Stephen Siciliano GPM of Flow as he walks you through what is Flow, where is it headed, and how it can be useful to your business! To get started with Microsoft Flow head over to http://www.flow.microsoft.com To follow Stephen on Twitter head over to […]

Adventures in Community 6 – SharePoint Saturday Stockholm 2018

Whats up friends! This past week i had the opportunity to attend SPS Stockholm 2018 (SharePoint Saturday) Where i met a TON of amazing people, learned a lot of new skills, and taught some new Demo material and had a ton of fun hanging with MVP’s and customers! I traveled to SPS Stockholm to talk […]

Microsoft Flow Session – AtBot + Flow

Whats up friends! In this Microsoft Flow Session Matt Wade is showing you how to create a chatbot using atbot (http://atbot.io) and Microsoft Flow! Matt killed it as usual, and shows you that chatbots dont take development skills! To get started with Microsoft Flow head over to http://www.flow.microsoft.com To follow Matt Wade on Twitter head […]

Microsoft Flow Session – Forms + Flow

Whats up friends! In this Microsoft Flow Session I am creating Flows that use Microsoft Forms in front of an audience of about 350 people! This was one of my fastest, funnest, most favorite sessions i have ever delivered. This was from The Business Application Summit – to check out the video about that event, […]

Salmon Fishing in the PNW

Whats up friends! On this adventure me and my buddy Chuck (http://twitter.com/chass) went Salmon Fishing on the Pacific Coast of Washington outside Ocean Shores. It was SO Fun! I caught and kept two fish and learned to clean them too! Have you ever gone salmon fishing?! To follow me on Twitter head over to http://twitter.com/jonjlevesque […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Auto Archive SharePoint Files 6 Months Old

What up Flow Friends!? In this video, I will show you a Flow that is quick and easy to make and will save you time by allowing you to no longer manually archive files! There are a couple of tricks to get this Flow running correctly for you so Make sure to watch until the […]

Microsoft HOT WINGS?!?!

Whats up Friends?! Today Kent and I went to Building 34 on the Microsoft Campus to try the Microsoft HOT WINGS!!! How did we not know about this sooner?! See if they are any good, and come check out this little behind the scenes look at what its like to eat lunch at the Microsoft […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Expenses Tracker

Hey Flow users! Have you ever found yourself enjoying your time on a business trip only to find that then you get home and have to deal with the hassle of organizing and submitting your expenses?! Well stress no more, because there is a solution from Microsoft Flow that will make all of your expense […]

MOUNT BAKER DISAPPEARED!!

What’s up friends! Happy Monday! For today’s adventure i went and hiked around Mount Baker Artists Point and then Flew my drone near the Skagit river which both are within a couple hours of my house! Luckily for me, the smoke wasn’t too bad and i was still able to get you guys a peek […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Flow Button Makes Phone Calls!

Whats up Flow Fans! In this video i collect on my coffee bet with Kent from our RACE Video! You will want to go check that out first to understand the context for this video! View it here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2L-_sNqguZU&t=288s To get started with microsoft flow visit http://flow.microsoft.com To check out infobip and their service […]

Fall City Float – Tubing Trip

What’s Up Guys?! Today I am back with another afternoon adventure video where I decided to take a few of my best friends and my daughter to float on the Snoqualmie River in Fall City, WA. Come along and share in some of our laughs and good times as we venture on this 4-hour float […]

Microsoft Flow MVP + Pro Crew HANGOUT

Come join me and a bunch of the Microsoft Flow MVP’s and Superstars while we talk Flow, Demo things and hang with YOU ALL! Checkout Jon Levesque’s Channel

Microsoft Flow Preview – Location Based Triggers!

Whats up Friends?! Check out one of the latest features being developed by the Microsoft Flow Interns and come see how i then use it against them! We have a fun time showing you how a location based trigger can work and the early preview for this awesome new feature! To get started with Microsoft […]

Microsoft Business Applications Summit Promo

What’s Up Guys?! I think you’ll love this short promotional video that we put together with our footage from last month for next years Microsoft Business Applications Summit! This was really an incredible event filled with incredible people and the best part was probably getting to connect with some of those amazing people who have […]

Adventures in Community 5 – Microsoft Business Application Summit 2018

What’s Up Guys?`! I hope you’ve been enjoying my Microsoft conference tag-along adventure videos! It sure is great to be able to take all of you along with me to the cool places that I get to travel to! This Conference Video is particularly special to me because I was able to get some of […]

Jon and Kent GO RACING!

What’s up Friends!! This week, Kent and myself settled a long needed challenge! We have been racing in Video Games for a while now, and after a few wins in a row… Kent got too mouthy and i had to lay down a real life challenge!! So we decided to go RACING and settle this […]

Adventures in Community 4 – Microsoft Inspire 2018

Come along as i prepare for and deliver at Microsoft Inspire 2018 in Las Vegas! Check out the conference, a couple of interviews, and all of the amazing fun after hours! It was an amazing show, a great experience and i am so excited for next year already!! Follow Me on Twitter – Jon Levesque: […]

Motivation Monday: Learn, Apply, Share

For this weeks Motivation Monday I had some help from Samit Saini http://twitter.com/gr8ness247 as he was in town for the Business Application Summit! This week Samit shares some of his heart with us as he describes the feeling of never stopping and if he did.. what it would mean.. He then also shares the growth […]

Lake Chelan Adventure – THE WATER WAS SO COLD!

Whats up guys!? Come with me and a few friends as we go swim in the mountain fed waters of Lake Chelan, and i surprise them by renting a boat for the day! To follow my friends check them out here: Gabriel : http://twitter.com/gabrielstjon http://instagram.com/hollandsworthenterprises Kelsey : http://instagram.com/baldaciousbeings http://www.baldaciousbeings.com I’m always looking to go on […]

Motivation Monday: No Excuses

What’s up guys?! This week I’d like to see some responses to the request that I made in last week’s Motivation Monday Video! If you went out and did something new, great job! Post a short blurb/photo about it or go tell someone about it and be proud of thing things that you’ve accomplished! I […]

Microsoft Flow Introduction

Whats up Friends?! In this video i am walking you through a Microsoft Flow Introduction to teach you what everything is! I go through the Home Page, How to get started, How to get help and various other goodness! Once you have completed this video be sure to go and check out my Microsoft Flow […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Fully Automate Your Customer Service

Whats up friends?! In this video Jon tricks Kent (http://twitter.com/wearsy) into automating his email inbox! Kent Shows us how he made a Microsoft Flow to help Jon automate his customer service messages. In this Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Kent uses The Outlook connector, Text analytics, cognitive services like QnA Maker and of course Microsoft Flow […]

Motivation Monday: Go and Try New Things!

What’s Up Guys?! This week’s Motivation Monday is meant to challenge you to go and do something new! I too will go and do something i have never done before and next week we will compare notes.. Don’t take this lightly! Friends, Remember all of the lessons we have covered.. Believe in yourself, work hard, […]

ONE THOUSAND SUBSCRIBERS!! THANK YOU!!

Whats up friends?! We reached one thousand subscribers!! Holy moly i am so excited and thankful! SHOUT OUTS!! First, to Kent for being my co-host with the most and for building amazing things so that we can do what we do. To follow Kent and all of the amazing things he does, check his Twitter: […]

4K Drone Video – DJI Mavic Pro

Whats up friends!? This week I am bringing you something a little bit different, a little bit from the heart! a little bit from the sky! I love flying drones and recently I changed to a DJI Mavic Pro and I am loving it and wanted to make a new version of my old Drone […]

Motivation Monday: Perspective Is Everything

What’s Up Guys?! This week’s Motivation Monday is meant to interpret the idea that our perspective is everything. Believe in yourself, work hard, stop listening to others, stop making meaning, do all of these things knowing that YOU are enough, stop fearing failure and leave shit behind as you need to, and above every one […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Build Your First Flow

Whats up friends?! In this video Hadley Griffin (Microsoft Intern – http://twitter.com/hadleguy) Shows us how she made a #MicrosoftFlow to help her automatically post Microsoft News to her Twitter feed. She uses the RSS connector, Microsoft Exchange to send an email with options and then finally the Twitter connector to post her Tweet automatically! Want […]

Motivation Monday: Don't Be Afraid to Let Go of Things!

What’s Up Friends!? This week in Motivation Monday I am presenting you the idea that you Should not be afraid of letting things go! Some things are better left behind us! You only have so much capacity, don’t keep wasting your life carrying shit around. Believe in yourself, work hard, stop listening to others, stop […]

Adventures in Community 3 – SharePoint Saturday Warsaw 2018

Whats up friends! This past week i had the opportunity to attend SPS Warsaw 2018 (SharePoint Satuday) Where i met a TON of amazing people, learned a lot of new skills, and taught some new Demo material and had a ton of fun hanging with MVP’s and customers! I traveled to SPS Warsaw to talk […]

Microsoft Flow MVP Hangout

Whats up Friends?! Come and join me and a few of the Microsoft Flow MVPS as John Liu shows us some new Flow skills and we all crack a fair amount of jokes. Want to be part of our next hangout? Be sure to Subscribe to the channel to receive alerts about us going live! […]

Motivation Monday: You Are Already Enough

What’s Up Friends!? This week in Motivation Monday I am presenting you the idea that you are already worthy enough to accomplish anything that you set your mind on. There’s no amount of “stuff” that can make you worth more than you are already worth. There’s nothing that you can gain that will actually make […]

Microsoft Flow Approval Time Outs & Escalations

Whats up friends! I have been getting a lot of requests lately to show how to do Approval timeout, escalation and retry. So i decided to put together this video! To build this with me you will need to head over to www.flow.microsoft.com and get registered and signed in. To read a blog post about […]

Motivation Monday: Don’t Make Stories

Whats up friends! For this weeks edition of Motivation Monday I am sharing a more powerful way of thinking! Too often we make stories about things that happened to us, and about how those things will then limit us in some way forever. I am here to tell you that you don’t have to be […]

Adventures in Community 2 – SharePoint Saturday Zurich 2018

Whats up friends! This past week i had the opportunity to attend SPC-NA 2018 (SharePoint Conference North America) Where i met a TON of amazing people, learned all about the newest upcoming features of SharePoint and had a ton of fun hanging with MVP’s and co-workers The trip doesn’t end there! I traveled to SPS […]

Motivation Monday: Don’t listen to the opinions of others!

Whats up friends!? Happy Monday Morning to you! For this motivation monday I am sharing the idea that you shouldnt give a shit what anyone thinks! There are going to be a million opinions and ideas on how you should behave, and the truth is that none of those voices matter…. unless you say they […]

Motivation Monday: You Must Work Hard!

Last week i started the motivation Monday series with a video about belief in yourself. This week I’m adding to the series with Hard Work! I filmed this on the go, in between airports on about 39 hours of no sleep. I’ve had an amazing week, look forward to a video about SPConf and SPS […]

Motivation Monday: Believe In Yourself!

Whats up friends! Today as i commuted into work i was inspired to share some motivation with you all. I am huge on taking in motivation from as many sources as i can get it, and so i want to share a little with you. Belief is the starting point to success. If you don’t […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Create automated email follow ups

Hey Friends, In this video i show you the #Flow and #SharePoint list that helps manage our Flow of the Week series! You will learn about the compose action, the delay until action, and how to create a SharePoint list with a few columns, all coming together to power a very cool Flow! If you […]

Adventures in Community 1 – The Microsoft Build Conference

Whats up friends?! Come along with Kent and I as we prepare for the Microsoft Build Conference. Which as held in Seattle, WA on May 7-9, 2018. We show you how we white-board and brainstorm ideas, how we prepare for the session by doing dry runs and practice sessions, and then the conference itself. Check […]

Microsoft Flow – Admin | Hangout with MVP Daniel Laskewitz

Microsoft Flow Administration During this webinar, Daniel will demo the different options you have with Microsoft Flow for Data Loss Prevention and Security. He will also briefly show you how you can use the new Microsoft Flow & PowerApps PowerShell cmdlets to manage your environment. Connect with Daniel on Twitter: http://twitter.com/laskewitz Connect with PNWAdventureGuy on […]

Hangout Chat with the Microsoft Flow Team – April 27, 2018

Thanks to everyone who joined us live!! If you have any questions please leave them in the comments below!!! ————————————————————- Come Join @PNWAdventureGuy and the whole Flow PM Team as we hang out and answer your questions and hopefully learn about what some of you are doing too! Checkout Jon Levesque’s Channel

Jon and Kent Ski Sunshine Village in Banff Alberta

Whats up Friends!? Kent and I went skiing this past weekend up in Alberta and more importantly at Banff Sunshine Village. Come along with us as we goof around and hit the slops after a week of delivering #MicrosoftFlow content to Canadian companies and Partners. Do you ski? do you Snowboard? Have you been to […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Dude Where’s My Car

Hey Flow Fans! Myself and my friend Kent got together again to make a new Microsoft Flow Tutorial! We decided to take on another pop culture item and so we took on Dude Where’s my car, because I’m always forgetting where to park! Come along with us and check out our journey and also learn […]

Microsoft Flow Approval Workflow With Excel Online

What’s up everyone! Today I am creating this Microsoft Flow Approval Workflow video in response to a request from Cesar Itriago here on YouTube where he asked me to make a video on Flow Modern Approvals using the Excel Online service. So, In the video I make a Flow that has an approval using two […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Cognitive Services – Hot Dog, Not Hot Dog

Hey Flow Fans! Myself and my friend Kent got together to see if we could re-create a popular app made in a TV show we saw. Come along with us as we introduce you to Flow, in this Microsoft Flow Tutorial that teaches how it works, and how we built the Hot Dog, Not Hot […]

Microsoft Flow Ideas: 101

Hello Flow Fans! Welcome to another video, but this time, something a bit different! In this video I am not talking about using the Flow Product.. I am talking about using the Flow Community Ideas Exchange! In this video we talk about two kinds of ideas, what they are, and where they go: 1. Exact […]

Leavenworth Washington Winter Trip

Hey Friends! Come along as myself and some friends head off to the Bavarian town of Leavenworth Washington in Winter. We stop and fly the drone along the way, use the new GoPro Hero 6 and our iPhone 8+’s The best parts of the Leavenworth trip for us definitely were: 1 – The Sultan Bakery: […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Teams + Planner + AtBot (Formerly Bizzy) = Efficiency on the go!

Welcome to this Microsoft Flow Tutorial Video! I know, you’re probably wondering “What is a Bizzy?” I wondered the same thing when i first heard about it, but WOW! Let me tell you! Bizzy is a powerful little bot, built on #MicrosoftFlow that allows you to do all kinds of custom interactions from your #Teams […]

Microsoft Flow Approval Workflow with Microsoft Forms

What’s up everyone! Today I am creating this Microsoft Flow Approval Video with Forms in response to a request from @DynamicsAXFico on Twitter to make a video on Getting Data from attachments. READ THIS FIRST – This video is the continuation of the #FOTW Blog written here: https://preview.flow.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/flow-of-the-week-using-flow-to-create-internal-microsoft-solutions/ AGAIN READ THAT FIRST ^^^^ For the […]

Microsoft Flow Tutorial – Using Only Non-Microsoft Products

What’s up everyone! Today I am creating this Microsoft Flow Tutorial video in response to a request from @dynamiacs on Twitter as he had the winning video challenge! In this video I make a Flow that has a trigger based on a lead being entered into SalesForce, Which sets off actions to create tickets in […]

Microsoft Flow Approval Workflow

What’s up everyone! Today I am creating this Approval Workflow video in response to a request from @Jon95016161 to make a video on Multi-Step Approvals in Microsoft Flow. In the video I make a Flow that has three layers of Approval from three different stakeholders… Design, Content and the Original Project requestor. If you enjoy […]

Ghostdrone – Davenport Arches, California

A quick stop by the Davenport arches with the #Ghostdrone 2.0 VR Checkout Jon Levesque’s Channel

BackPacking Ptarmigan Ridge to The Portals

Aug 22nd We hiked out Ptarmigan ridge to hit the portals. Threw together a little film of the journey. Checkout Jon Levesque’s Channel

HTC Does the Harlem Shake on the HTC One

Filmed Entirely on the HTC One. Upgrade and get $100 back http://One.HTC.Com/Register Its Everything your phone isn’t. Check out our “Making Of” Zoe Share: https://zoeshare.htc.com/roPJ0.zA1 “Quietly Brilliant goes Harlem Shake…” Checkout Jon Levesque’s Channel

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PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #35 Creating an iPhone widget

I’ve put a bit of love into this vid – how to add a powerapp widget onto your iPhone. Not sure about Android. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials 33 Communicating Dropdowns

Slightly peculiar example of how to get dropdowns to communicate with each other. Can be useful if you have a gallery that needs to be filtered from more than 1 source. There are plenty of other ways of going about the latter, so this is just one of them source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #32 ScanBarcode

Scan Barcode could turn out to be one of the most useful features that PowerApps have introduced. In this session we’ll take a look at the basics of how to get it working plus what it feels like to make use of it. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #35 Table()

The PowerApps table function is far more useful than you would believe. In this session we cover table(), ClearCollect() and Galleries to show how a simple data structure such as the one below can be made use of in #PowerApps Table({Hex:”#800000″,R:128,G:0,B:0,A:1}, {Hex:”#8B0000″,R:139,G:0,B:0,A:1}, {Hex:”#A52A2A”,R:165,G:42,B:42,A:1}, {Hex:”#B22222″,R:178,G:34,B:34,A:1} ) source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Room Escape Summary

This is a short demonstration of a PowerApp which has been designed to show off how the technology can be used to create an interactive user experience. In this case a user plays the role of a German Spy sent to recover secrets from the war base at Hughenden Manor. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to […]

PowerApp Special #1 TDG, Importing Apps and Cognitive Services

This session is pretty good value for money. We take a look at the great work that Will Dorrington https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VN0lTbe3cCY&t=4s into powerApps and Cognitive services. Download the app from https://dynamics365society.uk/pab-directory/ – you may need to get yourself a login. You can get to the Azure Text Analytics piece here https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/cognitive-services/text-analytics/ Dig in. source TDG/Data Spinners […]

PowerApps Art Project #03 – Sharepoint Lines List

Some slightly mundane bits this time. We start setting up sharepoint The App is intended for my daughter to use throughout the life of her art project so that she can see how she got to the end result and her different thoughts along the way. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #37 Patch() Alternative

The patch function in PowerApps is widely used, is is frankly quite a difficult function to get right, difficult to debug and complex to program when attempting to use different based on a combination of inputs. From my perspective it’s a bit like throwing a grenade at your data source – it might work, then […]

Where's My Dog PowerApp Game

This is a winter edition of an app where the player has to find my dog, this time in a winter scenario. You can download the final file here – Have fun! https://dataspinner5-my.sharepoint.com/:u:/g/personal/rory_dataspinners_co_uk/EbiNa0Hz5HFNsB2B0Gz2CEcBoP5wlu79SsL2GXZGl0Lu3g?e=xHbHa7 You can also download the file from the #TDG site, but you may need to register with them https://dynamics365society.uk/powerappsbanklist/where-is-kylo-winter-special/ source TDG/Data Spinners […]

Document Management #4 App Screens

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PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #34 Hogwarts House Colors

This is possibly my favourite discovery for a while. I was thinking about the part in Harry Potter where one house wins the end of year competition and the colours all change. Turns out you could do this in PowerApps! In the real world you could apply it to your organisation or indeed your school, […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #30 Remove Deleting Items from a Collection

Continuing on from the last few sessions this time I demonstrate how to remove an item from a collection. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

Gartner BI Magic Quadrant #2 Create SP List

A mini-series using PowerApps and Sharepoint leading to a Power BI Report expressing the relative positions, as described by Gartner, of major players in the BI Market from 2014 to 2018 https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiN2Y0MjVkMDgtYTQ4MC00MGM2LWExZTgtZDUzMGEzOTYyMTEzIiwidCI6IjFkOTEwYzM3LWE0MjktNGYzNS1iYTFiLTM3ZDViMjNmZTRhMSIsImMiOjh9 source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #29 Shuffle list items and ClearCollect

I came across the shuffle function recently and wow – it looks sooo useful. Check out how I use it to create a collection from a sharepoint image library (see #28) source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Art Project #07 – Adding a headline image

This time round we will make use of the camera widget to capture an image and store it in sharepoint. I’m very keen to get myself up to 100 subscribers, which mean I can create a dedicated URL – so please give me a thumbs up and subscribe! The App is intended for my daughter […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #1 Notify()

Hi All, Today I’ve put together an extremely short video on the new notify function, which alerts users to things they may not be aware of in the app. I’m not convinced that from an accessibility (low-vision users etc) point of view whether it will tick all the boxes, but it could be useful in […]

Gartner BI Magic Quadrant #1 Create Wireframe

A mini-series using PowerApps and Sharepoint leading to a Power BI Report expressing the relative positions, as described by Gartner, of major players in the BI Market from 2014 to 2018 Further videos will be coming out every 2 days https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiN2Y0MjVkMDgtYTQ4MC00MGM2LWExZTgtZDUzMGEzOTYyMTEzIiwidCI6IjFkOTEwYzM3LWE0MjktNGYzNS1iYTFiLTM3ZDViMjNmZTRhMSIsImMiOjh9 source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #4 The App Doctor

Hi Everyone, I just have to tell you about the new feature that PowerApps have just brought out. They’re calling it the app checker but as far as I’m concerned it’s the App Doctor and is a fantastic and simple way of identifying issues that you might have lurking in your app. It doesn’t just […]

PowerApps Naming Conventions Example

A short video to accompany an article on naming conventions within PowerApps. The article can be found at https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/PowerApps-Community-Blog/A-PowerApps-Naming-Convention-Proposal/ba-p/164906 source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #27 Copying Controls

So you’ve made a great control in one of your apps and would like to get it across and reuse it in another app – here’s how. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

Darwin’s Voyage in the Beagle 1831-1836 told through Power BI

Charles Darwin circumnavigated the globe with Captain Robert Fitzroy between 1831 to 1836. He is most famous for he theories on evolution, which were very much informed by this journey. This Power BI report is an attempt to tell the story of this voyage and some of his discoveries along the way. In order to […]

Diary Events using PowerApps

My most used and most important app. Diary events with accompanying photos stored in sharepoint. I love this app! source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

Document Management #1 User Story – Common Data Service for Apps

Creating an app using the Common Data Service for Apps. This app is intended to be a simple document management system to convert and file paper documents into digitised images, categorising them along the way. This is an end to end ‘how to’ of using the platform, with me going down a couple of rabbit […]

PowerApps Art Project #02 – Sharepoint Header List

Some slightly mundane bits this time. We start setting up sharepoint The App is intended for my daughter to use throughout the life of her art project so that she can see how she got to the end result and her different thoughts along the way. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

Gartner BI Magic Quadrant #6 Connect Power BI

A mini-series using PowerApps and Sharepoint leading to a Power BI Report expressing the relative positions, as described by Gartner, of major players in the BI Market from 2014 to 2018 https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiN2Y0MjVkMDgtYTQ4MC00MGM2LWExZTgtZDUzMGEzOTYyMTEzIiwidCI6IjFkOTEwYzM3LWE0MjktNGYzNS1iYTFiLTM3ZDViMjNmZTRhMSIsImMiOjh9 source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

Fun with Flow #2 Daily Notification with Random Proverb

I’m surprised that I’ve not produced more Flow videos, however they aren’t quite so easy to produce in a short period of time. I really like this one as it uses PowerQuery, Excel and Sharepoint in order to achieve the objective of sending out a daily reminder that includes a randomly generated proverb, taken from […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #13 First and Filter

In this video I discuss using the First and Filter functions to enable you to have labels and indeed buttons to hold text from your own datasets. I go on to give an example of its use in practice in a Dungeons and Dragons game based on the ‘turn to page x’ ideas. Maybe you’re […]

Microsoft Translator PowerApps Demonstration

The Microsoft Translator has to be one of the coolest ways of using #PowerApps to date. In this video I show how I’ve used this in my Infinity War app. Forgot to demo the Klingon translation, but you can’t have everything in life. Big shout to Charles Osei for pointing me in the right direction […]

Dynamics 365 Saturdays PowerApps Presentation

Extract of a presentation from a great day with a great community presenting #PowerApps #PowerBI #Sharepoint and #Flow at #Microsoft Paddington with the #Dynamics #365 #Saturday community. Shout out to Raz Dynamics Janet Robb Mohamed Mostafa Charles Osei Jamie Barker Next up is the London #HitachiSolutions #Hackathon 28th July https://lnkd.in/gM7E9NC source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to […]

PowerApps Art Project #10 – Add line item photos

Ok everybody – we’re getting somewhere now. I’ve been using the headset for a while so no annoying high pitched noise on the line. This time we’ll look at the most important action of all – get those line item photos into the app. This is very much the raison-d’etre of the app itself. Up […]

Finance Lease Calculations using Functions in Power Query

Leases are particularly difficult to account for and to generate disclosure for. They are a good example of something which, when boiled down to the most granular transactional level become much more straightfoward to deal with. This video shows how functions within the Power Query/Get Data element of Power BI can significantly reduce the effort […]

PowerApp Gamification #1 Where’s Kylo

This is the output of the rather silly challenge I set myself to build a game in PowerApps in 10 minutes. I managed it in about 12.5 but it’s kind of fun anyway. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #22 Round and Value

A session looking at how to Round your numbers, and where the Value function comes into play source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Room Escape Detail

In this Video we go under the hood a little on the PowerApps. There’s not time to cover everything, so by all means comment and I can add videos as necessary. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApp Gamification #2 Noughts and Crosses

Lights, Camera, Action …this is my second instalment of PowerApps gamification. After 4 attempts I finally managed to produce a working Noughts and Crosses game using PowerApps in under 10 minutes (excluding the waffle at the start). Now I know how Usain Bolt feels….. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #8 X and Y for Objects

Another light serving of PowerApps this time looking at X and Y co-ordinates. Can’t get very far in #powerapps without these I’m afraid. If you need to brush up on Global Variables check out https://youtu.be/VmV9QZzj9Us Keep Powerapping! source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #21 ColorFade

A session looking at the ColorFade function Hi All, PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials are out – a bit earlier than usual mind. Quite a fun one this time – ColorFade. Quite neat if you’d like to have a particular colour scheme for your apps. If you’re feeling keen you can attach the ColorFade to a Timer […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #23 Navigate and Back

A session looking at the Navigate command source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe to Rory’s channel

PowerApps Art Project #09 – Add a header Details and pic

We’ve got a gallery, the purpose of which is to allow us to select a project. Now we need to display the project in more detail. This time we’ll create some free form objects to show off some more details on the project. I’m very keen to get myself up to 100 subscribers, which mean […]

EPL #1 ExtractTransformLoad

Hi there, Welcome to the first of a number of videos I’ll be producing showing a ‘real world’ example of how to use as many features and functions within Power BI as I can think of. I apologies in advance for it being a bit long, hopefully you’ll stay awake long enough to get something […]

Document Management #6 Populate Entites from Excel – Common Data Service for Apps

Creating an app using the Common Data Service for Apps. This app is intended to be a simple document management system to convert and file paper documents into digitised images, categorising them along the way. This is an end to end ‘how to’ of using the platform, with me going down a couple of rabbit […]

Gartner BI Magic Quadrant #5 Submit Form

A mini-series using PowerApps and Sharepoint leading to a Power BI Report expressing the relative positions, as described by Gartner, of major players in the BI Market from 2014 to 2018 https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiN2Y0MjVkMDgtYTQ4MC00MGM2LWExZTgtZDUzMGEzOTYyMTEzIiwidCI6IjFkOTEwYzM3LWE0MjktNGYzNS1iYTFiLTM3ZDViMjNmZTRhMSIsImMiOjh9 source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

EPL #3 Match Categorisation using DAX

Continuation of the English Premier League Project. This time we’re using to DAX to categorise the matches played into 1-10,11-20, 21-30 etc. For more info on the various functions please see the following links to videos prepared by the incredible Ruth at Curbal.com Switch () https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ykkaAtlCMc Links to all project files here:- https://1drv.ms/f/s!AgiOPf26tnzfgYx5Xs5905ARRJzrvQ Good luck […]

Gartner BI Magic Quadrant #3 Initiate PowerApp

A mini-series using PowerApps and Sharepoint leading to a Power BI Report expressing the relative positions, as described by Gartner, of major players in the BI Market from 2014 to 2018 https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiN2Y0MjVkMDgtYTQ4MC00MGM2LWExZTgtZDUzMGEzOTYyMTEzIiwidCI6IjFkOTEwYzM3LWE0MjktNGYzNS1iYTFiLTM3ZDViMjNmZTRhMSIsImMiOjh9 source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

Document Management #9 Create a New Document with Img – Common Data Service for Apps

The Final in the series Creating an app using the Common Data Service for Apps. This app is intended to be a simple document management system to convert and file paper documents into digitised images, categorising them along the way. This is an end to end ‘how to’ of using the platform, with me going […]

British Birds using Drillthrough

Demonstration of functionality around drillthrough filters to alternate report pages. Probably easier if you watch the demonstration as it is extremely useful. Be mindful that as of 3rd September 2017 this is only available in the web service. I suspect that by Mid September this will be reflected in the desktop version. FYI I forget […]

Document Management #7 Connecting Screens – Common Data Service for Apps

Creating an app using the Common Data Service for Apps. This app is intended to be a simple document management system to convert and file paper documents into digitised images, categorising them along the way. This is an end to end ‘how to’ of using the platform, with me going down a couple of rabbit […]

Document Management #3 Building Entities – Common Data Service for Apps

Creating an app using the Common Data Service for Apps. This app is intended to be a simple document management system to convert and file paper documents into digitised images, categorising them along the way. This is an end to end ‘how to’ of using the platform, with me going down a couple of rabbit […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #2 Fill

Hi All, This week we are going to take a look at the fill property, only in so much detail as I use it myself. Hope that you find it useful. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Art Project #13 Full Screen Photo

Continuing with the Art project this time we’ll use a Global Variable to help us create a Page to Display our photo on full screen. Ok I’m a bit of a geek, but I think this is a really great technical solution as the logic for the screen can be reused as we see fit. […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #17 creating and using images

This is a bit longer than usual, but hopefully worth the effort! PowerApps is a wonderful tool for making use of multimedia and in many of the games that I’ve produced I have a strong idea as to the image that I’d like to make use of however and the process of trying to find […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #3 The Screen

I this basic(ish) session we take a look at the most basic container for all your other dropdown, buttons, text boxes etc – the SCREEN. We’re going to take a look at the onstart, onhidden and onvisible properties with a jaunt into some buttons with navigate properties. Hopefully I won’t blow people’s minds with the […]

Document Management #2 App Wireframe – Common Data Service for Apps

Creating an app using the Common Data Service for Apps. This app is intended to be a simple document management system to convert and file paper documents into digitised images, categorising them along the way. This is an end to end ‘how to’ of using the platform, with me going down a couple of rabbit […]

Gartner BI Magic Quadrant #4 Dynamic Images

A mini-series using PowerApps and Sharepoint leading to a Power BI Report expressing the relative positions, as described by Gartner, of major players in the BI Market from 2014 to 2018 https://app.powerbi.com/view?r=eyJrIjoiN2Y0MjVkMDgtYTQ4MC00MGM2LWExZTgtZDUzMGEzOTYyMTEzIiwidCI6IjFkOTEwYzM3LWE0MjktNGYzNS1iYTFiLTM3ZDViMjNmZTRhMSIsImMiOjh9 source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

Using PowerApps to Get Christmas Lunch Selections

This is a pretty basic app using lookup functionality within Sharepoint to create a relatively simple mean by which users can select their xmas lunch options. Anyone running office 365 in their business should seriously consider the productivity that Look me up on linked in if you require any assistance getting your projects off the […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #11 Border Radius

A short vid on how to use the radius property to curve the edges of your objects. I’ve focused on buttons, but it works with text boxes and many other controls. As ever it’s a PowerApps video, but you’ve probably worked that out by now! source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerBi PowerApps Custom Visual

Hey everyone just using the #powerbi #powerapps custom visual. I think it’s really cool and a really great way of integrating the two if dashboards aren’t your thing. There’s the odd tip as to using it in the vid. Well done @MSPowerBI @PowerApps source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

Fun with Flow #1 Call Mum – A reminder

A little vid on how to use Flow to send a weekly reminder to do something important source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #16 Parent.Default in Forms

Parent.Default is one of the more peculiar functions within PowerApps. I very much suspect that there is documentation on this already, but there’s nothing quite like seeing it in the flesh. In this session we’ll take a look at how it is used (in Forms) and how it’s behaviour changes dependent upon whether or not […]

Using Power Query to Find Month End Files

This video gives an insight into a more efficient way of downloading your month end files. The content can be found at https://1drv.ms/f/s!AgiOPf26tnzf_QY3T2ME4xatr5YV source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Tuesday Gamification 3 – Dungeons and Dragons

The third instalment of my 10 minute game making challenges a download of which is available at https://dynamics365society.uk where you can register for free and join in the community Support video here https://youtu.be/4HRCMOHiF3k source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Art Project #05 – Creating a Submission Form

During this session we’ll create our first edit form within PowerApps and by the end of it we will be able to submit the form through to sharepoint. I think this vid has a slightly annoying high pitched tone – I’ll see if I can get the closed captions working for this. We’ll be optimising […]

Gartner BI Magic Quadrant #7 Embed PowerApps in Power BI

A mini-series using PowerApps and Sharepoint leading to a Power BI Report expressing the relative positions, as described by Gartner, of major players in the BI Market from 2014 to 2018. In this vid we will embed PowerApps within Power Bi – Mainly because we can. But it is pretty handy all the same. source […]

British Birds Picture and Sounds Using Power BI

Hi All, This is at least a part of my story which has taken me from being completely ignorant about Birds through to having a slightly better understanding through, of course, Power BI. Pbix Link https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgiOPf26tnzfgZY36DPm2n_CRPipKw Image View Custom Visual https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgiOPf26tnzfgZZCRAUYkc6X-TGctQ Don’t forget to like! source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Art Project #04 – Create a Landing Page

Finally – we’re getting onto PowerApps (woohoo!). This time will build some sheets and make the landing page look lovely, even thought at this stage it won’t do anything at all! We’ll be optimising this for Ipad, as my daughter uses one at school. The App is intended for my daughter to use throughout the […]

PowerApps Art Project #12 Delete Line Item

So we’ve done lots of bits and pieces on the app – this time we’re going to delete a line item. It’s incredibly important as it’s very easy to take a photo and sometimes they aren’t what you want, or you change your mind later on. At least that’s what I find! Keep feeding back […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #25 SortByColumns

A session showing how the SortByColumns function operates over tables source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Art Project #10B Filter Line item Gallery

Oops – should really have done this before. We’re going to filter the line items dynamically. It’s a really important exercise. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #28 Using Sharepoint Image Libraries

I love working with Images and Sharepoint Image libraries actually connect to PowerApps rather well. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #9 X and Y for Data Cards

Hi All, If you’ve been wondering how on earth to get PowerApps datacards to appear in the right spot for your tablet style apps this vid should be a good start. So what is it? – X an Y co-ordinates for DataCards! Kind of boring, but uber important. You snooze you lose! source TDG/Data Spinners […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #24 Distinct

A session showing how you can use the distinct function in order to display unique items in a list source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Art Project #06 – Publish that app

This time round we will publish the app with its own funky little icon. The App is intended for my daughter to use throughout the life of her art project so that she can see how she got to the end result and her different thoughts along the way. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

Gartner BI Magic Quadrant #8 – The Final Product

A mini-series using PowerApps and Sharepoint leading to a Power BI Report expressing the relative positions, as described by Gartner, of major players in the BI Market from 2014 to 2018. In this vid we will embed PowerApps within Power Bi – Mainly because we can. But it is pretty handy all the same. FYI […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #7 Visible Property

PowerApps #7 Tuesday Tutorials are out. This time we’ll take a look at 2 flavours of the visible property. 1. Set an image to appear/disappear 2. Set a form field with default values, but keep it hidden. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

Premier League 1718 Power BI Style

Hi everyone, I’ve taken a little break from powerapps by revisiting a Power BI report that I put together a while ago when the season was only 6 or 7 games old. This is a vid showing Premier League 17/18 analytics cooked up on Power BI. I don’t always like how my Power BI reports […]

Bradford Factor Calculation using Summarize and Filter

Bradford Factor is a conceptually straighforward measure of employee absence and is calculated by taking the episodes squared multiplied by the days sick over 12 month. Whilst it is straightforward to understand it is not particularly simple to calculate for large volumes of people. This video demonstrates the practical use of the Summarize and Filter […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #20 Select()

In this session we take a brief look a the Select() statement. Essentially, it is an imperative statement that allows you to simulate a button having been pressed. I’ll be honest this came as a major surprise when I came across Brian Dang using it. In fairness, on its own it looks quite odd, but […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #10 DisplayMode

A short vid showing how you can use the DisplayMode property to help you to validate your powerapps forms and thereby ensure submissions are of higher quality. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #26 Image Control

A session looking at the Image control, but more importantly taking a look at the different image types available to you. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

Sharepoint PowerApps PowerBI Pattern

Demonstration of how to create a new sharepoint list with basic personal details within a new sharepoint site, update the list manually, create an office 365 PowerApp, visualise the data in Power BI, Publish up to the Power BI service and refresh using the PowerBI Service source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #5 Sharepoint Web Parts

Hi All, Quick little vid. I picked this up on twitter the other day that you can embed your powerapps into Sharepoint using Web Parts – it really does work! I thoroughly recommend this – curiously it seems to work slightly better for portrait apps versus landscape, but I’m sure that can be looked at […]

Document Management #10 App Summary

Creating an app using the Common Data Service for Apps. Whilst this is the ‘Last in the Series’ it’s also sort of the first as it is an introduction to the final app. The rest of the series shows how to create the app from scratch. This app is intended to be a simple document […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #14 Icons

In this video we’ll take a look at Icons and what makes them special. No business application is complete without icons, so dig in and enjoy! source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #15 Rand Switch Value

This vid is mainly used to introduce you to the rand function. Essentially, this provides us with a number between 0 and 1 to roughly 7 decimal places. We’ll use it in the vid to produce a dice roll and a corresponding image. source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

JamesBondDemo

I presented the essence of the following video as a live demo at Microsoft at the weekend alongside Darshan Desai. This is Actionable BI, Office 365 style – a combination of PowerApps, PowerBI and Flow and Azure SQL DB, plus a sprinkling of pixie dust. This is a ‘James Bond’ themed user story that we […]

A Million Dreams – A PowerApps Production

This is a chocolate biscuit and a hot beverage vid – sit back and relax! More specifically it’s an extract of my entry to the gamification competition and it’s my attempt to inspire others to use the platform to release their creativity. Download and play it today from the PowerApps Bank. https://lnkd.in/dgFSkDk The game is […]

Power Platform 15 Minute Challenge – Overtime

This video isn’t a how-to at all, it is an exercise in understanding just how quickly a Power Platform product can be created and deployed. We take the story of an overtime authorisation process and see just how quickly this can be developed in PowerApps, Authorised using Flow and Visualised using Power BI. There is […]

PowerApps Art Project #01 – Create a wireframe

In this video I describe the PowerApps Art Project by using PowerPoint to wireframe the screens that I intend to produce. The App is intended for my daughter to use throughout the life of her art project so that she can see how she got to the end result and her different thoughts along the […]

Hit Refresh Survey Mashup using Power BI, Forms, Sharepoint, Flow and PowerApps

I read a copy of Hit Refresh by Satya Nadella recently at felt at the time that it was a fascinating way of publicising the direction of travel of Microsoft. I also wondered what might be the impact of the book on Microsoft Employees, Partners, Customers and so on and felt that a Power BI […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #6 Global Variables

Using Variables in your Apps can make them perform extremely well. In this video I’ll show you how to create and use a variable. If you move to video #7 in the series we start to make use of it by combining it with the visible property source TDG/Data Spinners Subscribe TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #18 Using Checkboxes

In this short vid I show how I make use of checkboxes in my apps. The vid isn’t meant to be utterly comprehensive, just enough to make you see that from time to time it’s worth using a checkbox! source TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps for Data Visualisation

Hi all, PowerApps graphics – this is OFF THE SCALE. I woke up this morning thinking “maybe…just maybe..” and beavered away on this till it was juuust right. Data Visualisation PowerApps Style! Big shout to Chris Huntingford Kyle Hill and William Dorrington the three musketeers aka #thosedynamics guys who put on a super day at […]

PowerAppsTimesheet

This video shows the process of creating a timesheet app visualised in Power BI and populated by PowerApps with data from a sharepoint list. source TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #19 Resetting Controls

It can be handy to be able to reset dropdown and other controls in your PowerApps source TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Formulas If and Switch Functions

If and Switch are two closely related formulas. In this video I demonstrate how to use both to perform the same task source TDG/Data Spinners

PowerApps Item Deletion Verification Confirmation

It’s been a while…In this vid you’ll learn how to use updatecontext() to create an in memory variable that lets you create an ‘are you sure you wish to delete?’ button. It’s a lot easier than it sounds – just watch the vid and don’t forget to like…… Oh, and it kicks off with me […]

PowerApps Project #11 Photo Button

Real simple one this time – just adding a button for when you want to take a photo. It’s a bit of a hack, but it does work. The App is intended for my daughter to use throughout the life of her art project so that she can see how she got to the end […]

PowerApps Tuesday Tutorials #12 HtmlText

#PowerApps #Tuesday #Tutorials The #HtmlText label is really important when you are delivering solutions within an enterprise as the #PowerApps fonts are limited and it is significantly more efficient to have just one text box as opposed to a great many, as would be required if you were only using labels. In this video I […]

PowerApps Expenses Application

Too much time on my hands…Been meaning to demo this for ages. This is an #expenses #powerapp complete with images, dynamic dropdowns. @powerapps I … source

Financial Reconciliations with Power Query

This video shows how you can make use of power query to perform financial account reconciliations that are capable of resizing themselves according to the … source

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This video showcases a Mental Health PowerApp I built for Microsoft, that use the PowerPlatform (Canvas App and Flow) and Cognitive Services, built with a rich UI and UX. Views: 4, Likes: 0 Go to William’s channel

Mental Health Cognitive Services Version two UI & UX

Enhance UI and UX for the mental health app Views: 11, Likes: 2 Go to William’s channel

Mental Health PowerApp and Cognitive Services

This is a PowerApp that uses flow and Azure Cognitive Services – Text Analytics phrases is built in, I just forgot to show it. Views: 25, Likes: 0 Go to William’s channel

Text Analytics – Cognitive Services – PowerApps

In this video I walk through a Cognitive Services Text Analytics PowerApp that I have uploaded to the TDG PowerPlatform Bank – download it here: https://dynamics365society.uk/powerappsbanklist/text-analytics-cognitive-services/ Go to William’s channel

Dynamics 365 Overview PSA, FinOps, Talent and CE with CDS & PowerPlatform

This quick video shows an overview of a Dynamics 365 architecture with PSA, FinOps, Talent and CE with CDS & PowerPlatform Views: 5, Likes: 0 Go to William’s channel

Project Service Automation and Universal Resource Scheduling

In this video I show how the Universal Resource Scheduling functionality within side Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement fits in with Project Service Automation Go to William’s channel

TDG: Community Collaboration Project

Need help with a Microsoft stack focused project – well then we have just the thing for you! Go to William’s channel

Future Decoded: HoloLens’ Dynamics 365 Remote Assis

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PowerApps Donkey Kong

Microsoft PowerApps used to recreate a favourite of mine Donkey Kong. Go to William’s channel

PowerApps Game Competition

Powerapps Game Competition, judged by Charles Lamanna, March Schweigert and Brian Dang. https://dynamics365society.uk/powerapps-game-competition Last entry 25th September Go to William’s channel

contract details bug in PSA

This video shows you how to get around the annoyance of disappearing project contract lines. Go to William’s channel

Customer Engagement project overview with comparisons to Finance and Operations

Customer Engagement project overview with comparisons to Finance and Operations Go to William’s channel

PSA resource scheduling flow

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Powerapps Pairs

Powerapps game of the classic pairs! Go to William’s channel

PowerApps Bank – Build it, Bank it, Share it!

News just, releasing soon the Powerapps Bank! Upload, manage and share your PowerApps. Download others that community members have shared. Build it, Bank it, Share it! We are going through a testing and pilot stage and will be releasing to a wider audience soon. Go to William’s channel

PowerApps – Whack-a-huntingford Part 2

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Powerapps Whack a mole/whack-a-huntingford

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PowerApps Super Mario V3 now with Dynamics 365 CE gamification (Narrated)

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PowerApps Super Mario Work In Progress V2

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PowerApps Super Mario a work in progress.

I was a bit bored yesterday evening so I thought i’d try and create a game on PowerApps so naturally I went with Super Mario….this is a work in progress so watch this space! Go to William’s channel

Dynamics 365 for ops- Open in New Window functionality

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How to navigate the ‘Those Dynamics Guys’ website.

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Those Dynamics Guys User Options

Dynamics 365 for Operations- User Options Go to William’s channel

Those Dynamics Guys- how to navigate our site.

This very hyperactive, and energy fuelled video shows our users how navigation of the ‘Those Dynamics Guys’ website will work! Go to William’s channel

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Using Font Awesome In Portals – Microsoft Dynamics Portals

If you have ever used a portal for Dynamics 365 you will have noticed that the navigation along the top has a little house to indicate the home page link. If you edit the navigation you will see that the Image URL field contains .fa.fa-home. Ever wondered what that is? It’s using something called Font […]

Creating Dynamics 365 Reports With Multiple Entities

I’ve written previously about the joys of setting up Visual Studio and heading down the path of writing Dynamics 365 Reports using SSRS. Once you get through that, then the world is your oyster in the reporting sense. Getting the query to start with is done by opening the Advanced Find, creating your search then […]

Adding Documents To Portal Messages – Microsoft Portals

I walked through adding a portal inbox and messaging process (here on my website – https://meganvwalker.com/create-a-portal-inbox-messaging-process/). This provides the ability to create messages for portal users to log in and access, along with a nifty unread message indicator like you would find on many social media sites. What if you want to include documents attached […]

Part Five – Adding Web Pages – Adding Profile Photos Using Microsoft Flow, Liquid, CSS & Javascript

One of the slightly annoying things about using a Microsoft Dynamics Portal with D365 CE is the portal users profile image – it just doesn’t exist. Instead, a mystery shadow person is displayed. So, I worked through a process which will allow a portal user to upload their own profile image, which will then be […]

Full Process – Adding Profile Photos Using Microsoft Flow, Liquid, CSS & Javascript

One of the slightly annoying things about using a Microsoft Dynamics Portal with D365 CE is the portal users profile image – it just doesn’t exist. Instead, a mystery shadow person is displayed. So, I worked through a process which will allow a portal user to upload their own profile image, which will then be […]

Part Eight – Create MS Flow – Adding Profile Photos Using Microsoft Flow, Liquid, CSS & Javascript

One of the slightly annoying things about using a Microsoft Dynamics Portal with D365 CE is the portal users profile image – it just doesn’t exist. Instead, a mystery shadow person is displayed. So, I worked through a process which will allow a portal user to upload their own profile image, which will then be […]

Part Four – Entity Permissions – Adding Profile Photo Using Microsoft Flow, Liquid, CSS & Javascript

One of the slightly annoying things about using a Microsoft Dynamics Portal with D365 CE is the portal users profile image – it just doesn’t exist. Instead, a mystery shadow person is displayed. So, I worked through a process which will allow a portal user to upload their own profile image, which will then be […]

Part Two – CSS Changes – Adding Profile Photos Using Microsoft Flow, Liquid, CSS & Javascript

One of the slightly annoying things about using a Microsoft Dynamics Portal with D365 CE is the portal users profile image – it just doesn’t exist. Instead, a mystery shadow person is displayed. So, I worked through a process which will allow a portal user to upload their own profile image, which will then be […]

Part One – Intro – Adding Profile Photos Using Microsoft Flow, Liquid, CSS & Javascript

One of the slightly annoying things about using a Microsoft Dynamics Portal with D365 CE is the portal users profile image – it just doesn’t exist. Instead, a mystery shadow person is displayed. So, I worked through a process which will allow a portal user to upload their own profile image, which will then be […]

Part Three – D365 Forms – Adding Profile Photos Using Microsoft Flow, Liquid, CSS & Javascript

One of the slightly annoying things about using a Microsoft Dynamics Portal with D365 CE is the portal users profile image – it just doesn’t exist. Instead, a mystery shadow person is displayed. So, I worked through a process which will allow a portal user to upload their own profile image, which will then be […]

Part Seven – Script & Liquid – Adding Profile Photos Using Microsoft Flow, Liquid, CSS & Javascript

One of the slightly annoying things about using a Microsoft Dynamics Portal with D365 CE is the portal users profile image – it just doesn’t exist. Instead, a mystery shadow person is displayed. So, I worked through a process which will allow a portal user to upload their own profile image, which will then be […]

Part Six – Adding Entity Forms – Adding Profile Photo Using Microsoft Flow, Liquid, CSS & Javascript

One of the slightly annoying things about using a Microsoft Dynamics Portal with D365 CE is the portal users profile image – it just doesn’t exist. Instead, a mystery shadow person is displayed. So, I worked through a process which will allow a portal user to upload their own profile image, which will then be […]

Part Nine – Register Contact – Adding Profile Photos Using Microsoft Flow, Liquid, CSS & Javascript

One of the slightly annoying things about using a Microsoft Dynamics Portal with D365 CE is the portal users profile image – it just doesn’t exist. Instead, a mystery shadow person is displayed. So, I worked through a process which will allow a portal user to upload their own profile image, which will then be […]

Create Web Accessible Image URL – Microsoft Flow

In a previous video (https://youtu.be/FIDrcH3G-as) we looked at updating a Contacts D365 (CRM) image from a Twitter profile. Although the image displays within that application, it’s not something you can use to display it anywhere that needs the image to be accessible to the outside world. For example, if you want to use the image […]

Use Twitter Flow Connector To Update Contact Images – Microsoft Flow

I had been using CRM for a few years before I realised you could add a photograph to a Contact record by simply clicking on the mystery person image. Uploading an image to identify your contacts, vendors and partners can make quite a difference to the users, giving simple visual indicators. However, how do you […]

Entity Form Metadata On Subgrids – Microsoft Portals

This video is part of a series on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Portals. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Enhance Cases With Liquid – Microsoft Portals

This video is part of a series on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Portals. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Using Emojis in Optionsets – Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement

This video is part of a series on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Outlook Add-In. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

A to Z of Marketing & Branding – D365 Style – Dynamics 365 Saturday Event Presentation

This video is part of a presentation I gave in a session at the Dynamics 365 Saturday event in Glasgow on 26th January 2019. The session covers the A to Z of Marketing, D365 Style and is a collection of tips and ideas on how to keep your company branding consistent and on point using […]

Embed A Twitter Feed – Microsoft Portals

This video is part of a series on Microsoft Portals, as part of Dynamics 365. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Linking To Channels – YouTube Channels

This video is part of a series on YouTube channels. How to create them, edit them and set them up to give your subscribers and visitors the best possible experience. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Creating A Channel – YouTube Channels

This video is part of a series on YouTube channels. How to create them, edit them and set them up to give your subscribers and visitors the best possible experience. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Editing Your About Page – YouTube Channels

This video is part of a series on YouTube channels. How to create them, edit them and set them up to give your subscribers and visitors the best possible experience. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Creating A Playlist – YouTube Channels

This video is part of a series on YouTube channels. How to create them, edit them and set them up to give your subscribers and visitors the best possible experience. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Creating Your Home Page – YouTube Channels

This video is part of a series on YouTube channels. How to create them, edit them and set them up to give your subscribers and visitors the best possible experience. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Emojis in Optionsets – Accessibility

This short video shows how Emojis used in Optionsets (within Dynamics 365) are handled by an accessibility reader (narration). http://meganvwalker.com/using-emojis-in-optionset-fields/ Checkout Megan’s Channel

Using Liquid To Personalise

This video is part of a series on Microsoft Portals, as part of Dynamics 365. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Content Access Levels

This video is part of a series on Microsoft Portals, as part of Dynamics 365. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Forgotten Password Functionality

This video is part of a series on Microsoft Portals, as part of Dynamics 365. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Setting Up A Portal – Microsoft Portals

This video is part of a series on Microsoft Portals, as part of Dynamics 365. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Adding Additional Portals – Microsoft Portals

This video is part of a series on Microsoft Portals, as part of Dynamics 365. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Creating A Case Closure Survey – Voice of the Customer

This video is part of a series on the Voice of the Customer, a survey solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365. For more blog posts and resources, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Styling Your Survey With CSS – Voice of the Customer

This video is part of a series on the Voice of the Customer, a survey solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365. For more blog posts and resources, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Creating Basic Survey – Voice of the Customer

This video is part of a series on the Voice of the Customer, a survey solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365. For more blog posts and resources, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Adding A Logo – Voice of the Customer

This video is part of a series on the Voice of the Customer, a survey solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365. For more blog posts and resources, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Creating A Theme – Voice of the Customer

This video is part of a series on the Voice of the Customer, a survey solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365. For more blog posts and resources, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Installing The Solution – Voice of the Customer

This video is part of a series on the Voice of the Customer, a survey solution for Microsoft Dynamics 365. For more blog posts and resources, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Responding To Tracked Emails Dynamics 365 for Outlook

This video is part of a series on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Outlook Add-In. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Responding to a tracked email in Outlook. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Inserting Email Templates Dynamics 365 for Outlook

This video is part of a series on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Outlook Add-In. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Using D365 Email Templates and adding them to a new email in Outlook. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Creating And Tracking Tasks – Dynamics 365 for Outlook

This video is part of a series on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Outlook Add-In. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Reviewing Email Settings – Dynamics 365 for Outlook

This video is part of a series on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Outlook Add-In. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Learn how to check your own personal email settings in D365. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Converting To An Opportunity – Dynamics 365 for Outlook

This video is part of a series on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Outlook Add-In. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Track an email and convert it to an Opportunity in D365. Checkout Megan’s Channel

Converting To A Case – Dynamics 365 for Outlook

This video is part of a series on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Outlook Add-In. For more details on installing and using, visit http://www.meganvwalker.com. Track an email and convert it to a case in D365. Checkout Megan’s Channel