Advanced Power Apps and Power Automate for Office 365

Overview This instructor led hands-on course is designed to help students get the most out of their “seeded” Office 365 license for Power Apps and Power Automate. This 3-day course will focus on building canvas apps using data sources in SharePoint, Excel, and OneDrive. You will learn advanced techniques that go well beyond the general knowledge available through free training and videos on the Internet. Audience Profile This course is intended for users who wish to have an understanding on advanced topics available in Microsoft Power Apps and Power Automate in Office 365. At Course Completion Create custom integrated forms for SharePoint lists Use built-in Flows in SharePoint Manage large… Read More

SharePoint Meetup, NYC

During this Meetup, we are going to discuss, explore, and configure several SQL Server settings to ensure SQL Server is fully optimized and your SharePoint deployment is running efficiently to ensure your organization is not losing productivity because of a poorly configured SQL Server instance. Register here now!

SharePoint Saturday, Denver

   SharePoint Saturday, Denver SPS Events is an all-volunteer organization that provides the tools and knowledge needed for groups and event leaders to organize and host SharePoint Saturday Events. SharePoint Saturday Events (SPS Events) are FREE one-day events held in different cities around the world, featuring sessions from influential and respected SharePoint professionals. At the local event level, SPS Events: Provide local SharePoint professionals and users with excellent training and networking opportunities Encourage increased membership for the local user group Help develop, grow, and encourage new speakers Register here now!

Introduction to Power Apps and Power Automate

Overview This instructor led course provides a hands-on introduction to Microsoft Power Apps and Power Automate. During this course you will learn how to build a Canvas PowerApp that uses an Excel file stored in OneDrive and a SharePoint list as data sources. The App will also use Power Automate to process the information collected from users of the App. Audience Profile This course is intended for novice users who wish to have an understanding of Microsoft Power Apps and Power Automate At Course Completion Build a Canvas App which uses multiple data sources Add, edit and remove Power Apps controls and screens Write formulas to modify controls and content… Read More

SharePoint Saturday, Twin Cities

   SharePoint Saturday, Twin Cities SPS Events is an all-volunteer organization that provides the tools and knowledge needed for groups and event leaders to organize and host SharePoint Saturday Events. SharePoint Saturday Events (SPS Events) are FREE one-day events held in different cities around the world, featuring sessions from influential and respected SharePoint professionals. At the local event level, SPS Events: Provide local SharePoint professionals and users with excellent training and networking opportunities Encourage increased membership for the local user group Help develop, grow, and encourage new speakers Register here now!

SharePoint Saturday, New England

   SharePoint Saturday, New England SPS Events is an all-volunteer organization that provides the tools and knowledge needed for groups and event leaders to organize and host SharePoint Saturday Events. SharePoint Saturday Events (SPS Events) are FREE one-day events held in different cities around the world, featuring sessions from influential and respected SharePoint professionals. At the local event level, SPS Events: Provide local SharePoint professionals and users with excellent training and networking opportunities Encourage increased membership for the local user group Help develop, grow, and encourage new speakers Register here now!

SharePoint Saturday, Los Angeles

   SharePoint Saturday, Los Angeles SPS Events is an all-volunteer organization that provides the tools and knowledge needed for groups and event leaders to organize and host SharePoint Saturday Events. SharePoint Saturday Events (SPS Events) are FREE one-day events held in different cities around the world, featuring sessions from influential and respected SharePoint professionals. At the local event level, SPS Events: Provide local SharePoint professionals and users with excellent training and networking opportunities Encourage increased membership for the local user group Help develop, grow, and encourage new speakers Register here now!

New Admin Center for SharePoint Online

Microsoft has completed the global release of the new SharePoint Online Admin Center that is easily accessible from the classic SPO Admin Center. The new interface doesn’t have all of functionality that the classic admin center has, so you’ll have to do some toggling between the two interfaces depending on what task you’re trying to complete. To move to new Admin Center there will be a banner across the top that announces it and on the far right there is a button called Try it Now. To return back to the classic SharePoint Online Admin center you can click on the Classic SharePoint admin center option located in the left… Read More

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Microsoft Announces Retirement of Office 365 Admin Exams and Introduces Replacements

Microsoft recently announced the retirement of two Office 365 exams; 70-346 and 70-347, which are scheduled to retire on March 31, 2019. These two exams have been around for quite some time and if you pass both of them you obtain your Office 365 MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate) which will remain relevant for an undetermined amount of time after the exams are retired. The Managing Office 365 Identities and Requirements (70-346) exam contains the following topic areas: Additional information about this exam and the retirement of the exam can be found at this location:   https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/exam-70-346.aspx The Enabling Office 365 Services (70-347) exam contains the following topic areas: Managing… Read More

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Staying Aware of SharePoint Online and O365 Changes

Are you overwhelmed, confused, or maybe even caught off guard when changes are made in SharePoint Online? Well, you aren’t alone. This ever-evolving product that is near and dear to our hearts is being updated regularly and if you aren’t paying close attention you may not be able to keep up with the changes or understand what changes are happening or may have already happened. I have good news for you, not only can you be informed of upcoming changes to SharePoint Online, you can also read about the changes that have already taken place. Let’s begin by looking back at what you may have missed. Microsoft maintains a Web… Read More

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