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Sept 8th: 2pm UTC | 3pm UK | 10am Eastern USA | 7am Pacific USA
Introduction to Microsoft Graph Development
"I hear that I need to use Microsoft Graph for developing against Office 365 but I have no clue where to start." "I want to grant access to company data without throwing in the entire kitchen sink." Fear not fellow developers and admins. This session we will ramp you up to a 200 level knowledge on the pertinent parts of Microsoft Graph including endpoints available, syntax, authentication flows, and more. We will also cover useful examples of what can be accomplished using these APIs. Prior experience with Microsoft Graph is not required but can be helpful.
Brian T Jackett
Sept 8th: 3pm UTC | 4pm UK | 11am Eastern USA | 8am Pacific USA
Background process automation using Microsoft Graph: non-interactive scenarios
In this session, we will cover the below agenda:
- Microsoft Graph Overview
- Non-interactive scenarios
- Building background process automation solutions using Microsoft Graph and Azure
Sept 8th: 4pm UTC | 5pm UK | noon Eastern USA | 9am Pacific USA
Introduction to Building Tabs for Microsoft Teams
If you can build a web page, you can build a tab-based application for Microsoft Teams. Whether your approach is to place web parts on a SharePoint page or to write a complex Single Page Application, it's all good!
In this session you'll learn how Teams apps work and how to create an app from a simple web page. You'll also learn the difference between personal tabs and tabs in a Teams channel, and how to write and deploy them. Then we'll dig into some specific approaches, including the use of SharePoint, Power Apps, and static or dynamic web sites.
Don't miss this opportunity to streamline work by bringing web based tools right where users are working and collaborating!
Sept 8th: 5pm UTC | 6pm UK | 1pm Eastern USA | 10am Pacific USA
Introduction to Building Bots for Microsoft Teams
Chatbots are very popular these days, and are especially helpful in Microsoft Teams. A quick learning curve, mobile friendliness, and the ability to work alongside groups of people in chat applications makes them a natural for today’s workforce.
In this session you’ll learn how to write Bots and how to expose them in Microsoft Teams. You’ll learn about the Azure Bot Framework, which allows you to write a Bot once and use it in many applications. You’ll also learn how to design bots for 1-on-1 or group interaction within Teams channels using messaging extensions and adaptive cards. Don't miss this opportunity to add Bot development to your repertoire!
Sept 8th: 6pm UTC | 7pm UK | 2pm Eastern USA | 10am Pacific USA
Building productivity solutions using Microsoft Graph User-interactive scenarios
In this session, we will cover the below agenda:
- Microsoft Graph Overview
- User interactive scenarios
- Building productivity solutions using Microsoft Graph and Azure
Sept 8th: 7pm UTC | 8pm UK | 3pm Eastern USA | noon Pacific USA
Go with the Flow for Your Custom Global Navigation
Do your business owners need to update custom navigation links? Does your custom navigation control break every time someone edits the links?
In this session we will walk through a real life scenario for using a multi-level SPFx custom mega menu. We will create a dynamic way for non-technical business users to create and edit navigation items. Next, we will use PowerAutomate to pull it all together connecting the dynamically generated data to the mega menu.
You have the best of both worlds - an easy to read and performant data structure with an easy way for business users to edit the navigation elements. Remove yourself as the roadblock to update the navigation and help end users help themselves.
Sept 8th: 8pm UTC | 9pm UK | 4pm Eastern USA | 1pm Pacific USA
The Developer's Guide to the Power Platform Galaxy
The Power Platform offers a "no cliffs" experience which enables citizen developers and traditional developers alike to create robust business solutions. In this session, I'm going to show what the Power Platform has to offer for the traditional developer. I'll showcase some of the key features that allow you to extend the Power Platform with your full-code skills.
Sept 8th: 9pm UTC | 10pm UK | 5pm Eastern USA | 2pm Pacific USA
SharePoint Framework Connected Web Parts
The session guides how to connect SharePoint Framework web parts using dynamic Property Pane Properties as well as events model.
Knowledge from the session can help to develop such scenarios as search refiners or page anchors navigation.
Sept 9th: 2pm UTC | 3pm UK | 10am Eastern USA | 7am Pacific USA
The 5 steps to using teams as your work day hub
Teams is being adopted by many organisations but is it being used for more than instant messages and as a meeting platform. In this session I am going to talk through the 5 steps to using Teams as your work day hub.
I will be showing how to get more from Microsoft Teams when using the team workspace area as your place of work. Making use of team channels, tabs, document libraries and automation.
People will leave knowing how to best utilise Microsoft Teams to help with their working day.
Sept 9th: 3pm UTC | 4pm UK | 11am Eastern USA | 8am Pacific USA
Why Microsoft To Do is good for your mental health
We all have work to do! Work is usually made up of a combination tasks such as reading and writing emails and documents, responding to questions, thinking big thoughts, creating and sitting through presentations, making decisions, doing what others have asked us to do, delivering on objectives, and maybe if we are lucky, having weekends to relax.
Those weekends can be much more relaxing when there isn't a niggling thought in the back of your mind that there is something you should be doing. We’ve all been there at times when there are too many things to do and no way to manage and prioritise them.
This is where Microsoft To Do can come to the rescue!
Did you know that just by writing down details of a task, your brain can discount it and not be anxious about it?
In this session I will show you how you can use Microsoft To Do to
• Track tasks that you need to do
• Create tasks and meetings from emails
• See flagged emails
• See Planner tasks that are assigned to you
• And how you can prioritise and complete tasks to give you a mental boost
Sept 9th: 4pm UTC | 5pm UK | noon Eastern USA | 9am Pacific USA
Cool & Exciting Ways to Use Forms to Engage Users
Many believe the new Microsoft Forms is the replacement for InfoPath and other form tools. However, that could not be further from the truth and I am so glad that it is. The new Microsoft Forms can increase user engagement by creating a fun and easy way to get users to provide information and learn about their company. Forms is not only the new survey replacement but it has an additional type of form called Quiz, yes I said Quiz!!! Excited yet? I know I am, as many individuals will take a quiz or fill out a survey if there is a competition involved and\or some type of reward. Forms brings all of that to the table and more!
Forms has created an engaging results overview and an option to post the results of your quizzes. Who doesn’t like to see their name at the top of a scoreboard? If you’re an organization that has external consultants, partners, clients, etc. well no fear as you can set surveys & quizzes to be internal only or allow for external users to participate. Just think of ALL the possibilities! Come join this session and let’s explore the many ways Microsoft Forms can help improve user engagement throughout your entire organization and who doesn’t love easy User Adoption methods!!
Stacy L Deere-Strole
Focal Point Solutions, LLC
Sept 9th: 5pm UTC | 6pm UK | 1pm Eastern USA | 10am Pacific USA
Using OneNote to Drive Your Office 365 Adoption
Rapidly growing companies must balance focusing on multiple strategic objectives against completing a seemingly endless list of action items. Roles and responsibilities can shift quickly, resulting in undocumented processes that rely heavily on tribal knowledge. Enter Microsoft OneNote – an intuitive system for free-form information collection.
In this session, we will share how one biotech successfully integrated OneNote as the core personal and meeting note solution.
We will explore the benefits of OneNote integration with Microsoft 365 using real-world use cases:
• Multi-user collaboration facilitates faster compilation and dissemination of digital resources
• In-context task tracking drives increased accountability within teams, more productive meetings, and transparency in decision making
• Documented processes accelerate the onboarding of new team members that are essential for sustained business growth
You will leave this session with a full understanding of how OneNote integrates into Microsoft 365, how to drive productivity and adoption of Microsoft 365 within your team using this solution.
Sept 9th: 6pm UTC | 7pm UK | 2pm Eastern USA | 11am Pacific USA
Top 10 Tips for Debugging Power Apps and Power Automate
I will demonstrate 10 (or more?) useful tips for debugging in Power Apps and Power Automate. I’ll talk about common errors you see and how to solve them and how to solve those not so common errors. Have an error that's been bugging you? One of these tips might help and if not, let's chat about it and see if we can solve it together.
Applied Information Sciences
Sept 9th: 7pm UTC | 8pm UK | 3pm Eastern USA | noon Pacific USA
Building simple purchase request processes with Power Automate and customized SharePoint list forms
Approvals and SharePoint go hand-in-hand, and Power Apps can do a lot of things. However, sometimes flows and Power Apps can get very complicated, which isn't always desired. In this session, Nick Brattoli demonstrates how to quickly semi-automate multi-level approvals without having to use too much logic or fancy Power Apps.
The session will include things such as:
- Visualizing your process
- Customizing SharePoint list forms
- Building manual flows
- Getting results with little effort
If you're fairly new to the Power Platform, this session is for you!
Sept 9th: 8pm UTC | 9pm UK | 4pm Eastern USA | 1pm Pacific USA
Create a Leave Request App
We will be creating a fully functioning Leave Request App in under 30 minutes! I will walk through creating a solution in the Common Data Service by adding fields, views, and a form. Then we will go through creating a Model-Driven App to demonstrate the back-office side of the leave request app. We will also create a canvas app where the user or employee will be able to easily submit a request form to their supervisor. To tie it all together, we will create email notifications, using Power Automate, for the supervisor or manager to receive when the employee submits a request as well as an email back to the employee when the supervisor approves or rejects the request. We will then check back to the Model-Driven app to see the various requests that have been submitted.
Applied Information Sciences
Sept 9th: 9pm UTC | 10pm UK | 5pm Eastern USA | 2pm Pacific USA
Navigation A Step Towards Success in SharePoint
Navigation can single handily destroy any SharePoint implementation. How you ask? If your users cannot easily find what they are looking for in 3 clicks or less they lose focus, and decide to use something else which means user adoption declines. However, that is not the only issue that can occur with navigation, one of the most popular ones I see is navigation that takes the users to another page or site then to another and another and another. I guess the good thing is they eventually get there but the bad news is now they are going to bookmark or make it a favorite so that they never have to repeat those steps. Sounds like a great solution for the users right? Actually, it’s the worst thing that can possibly happen to your SharePoint implementation. The basis of implementing SharePoint within an organization is collaboration and if the users are bookmarking sites then they are missing all the information the company is trying to share with their organization. The home page becomes obsolete, editors of the sites stop updating it and then collaboration only (hopefully) exists within the content sites and the company fails in communication.
In this session we will review the “classic” navigation within the classic team sites as well as the new Cascading and Mega Menu within the new modern sites. Once we understand our options for navigation we will review navigation best practices, how to clean up your existing navigation to make it more relevant, easy to use and turn it into the wow factor of your site. Last but not least some tips and tricks on how to get your users excited about SharePoint, the content being shared and your new navigation!
Focal Point Solutions, LLC
Sept 10th: 2pm UTC | 3pm UK | 10am Eastern USA | 7am Pacific USA
Building no-code chatbots for Microsoft Teams
Chatbots are a good solution for employees to find answers to their questions, help them onboard, participate in processes and much more! We used to think that building a bot requires development. With Virtual Agent this is not true anymore! If you want to learn more how to create a chatbot without a single line of code and give it to Teams users, join this session!
You will learn:
* What is Power Virtual Agent
* How you can build your own chatbot
* How you can integrate that chatbot with other sources using Power Automate
* How you can embed chatbot in Microsoft Teams
Well designed and operating chatbots can save you hours on solving simple employees' problems and answering the most common answers.
Sept 10th: 3pm UTC | 4pm UK | 11am Eastern USA | 8am Pacific USA
Cosmos DB: An Azure Odyssey
In the vast IT Universe, there are two dominant types of particles: the SQL electron and the NoSQL positron. Everyone has seen SQL, but not many have seen NoSQL, or even understand it.
Spark your imagination in an IT Universe where replication works at a magical quantum level, and .Net planets coexist with Cosmos DB star clusters.
Disclaimer: Mixing SQL electrons with NoSQL positrons may lead to the destruction of the known universe. Doing it right however, you can create the brightest supernovas!
Sept 10th: 4pm UTC | 5pm UK | noon Eastern USA | 9am Pacific USA
Migrating On-Premises and Cloud contents to SharePoint Online at no cost with Microsoft Migration Tools
Migrating On-Premises and Cloud contents to SharePoint Online (SPO) and OneDrive For Business (ODFBN) is a process that should not be manually done, but automatically using a migration tool. Until the debut of the SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT), Microsoft didn’t provide a migration tool to move On-Premises and Cloud Contents to both SPO and ODFB. But now in 2020, we have a complete offering of free migration tools (SPMT, Migration Manager and Mover) that can be used to migrate contents to SPO and ODFB at no cost. In this session we will take a look at each of the Microsoft Migration Tool in terms of the features provided and when we should use each one.
Juan Carlos Gonzalez
RICOH SPAIN S.L.U
Sept 10th: 5pm UTC | 6pm UK | 1pm Eastern USA | 10am Pacific USA
Ask Me Anything
Join Ben Stegink plus an expert panel to get your questions answered.
Sept 10th: 6pm UTC | 7pm UK | 2pm Eastern USA | 11am Pacific USA
Caching and SharePoint: What Works, What No Longer Works, and Where We Are Today
Caching is a critical variable in the SharePoint scalability and performance equation, but it’s one that is oftentimes misunderstood or dismissed as being needed only for large scale/large site scenarios. In this lively and fast-paced session, we’ll build an understanding of the caching options that exist within the SharePoint platform: object caching, BLOB caching, page output caching, and SharePoint’s Distributed Cache service. We’ll examine each option, discuss how it works, identify how it can be controlled, and cover common pitfalls that may impact its use. We’ll also clarify if and how each option works (or doesn’t) in SharePoint Online and the important implications that are carried. Those who attend this session will leave with the knowledge needed to understand and make the use of caching in their own SharePoint environments, whether those environments are on-premises or online.
Sean P. McDonough
Bitstream Foundry LLC
Sept 10th: 7pm UTC | 8pm UK | 3pm Eastern USA | noon Pacific USA
Intro to AI with Azure and Office 365
There's a lot of talk about artificial intelligence. It seems like it's everywhere, but how can I use it? Learn about Azure Cognitive Services and how we can leverage AI with Office 365 in this demo driven session.
Sept 10th: 8pm UTC | 9pm UK | 4pm Eastern USA | 1pm Pacific USA
When it really is a matter of life and death
COVID-19 forced a rapid change of working practice within the three hospices of Children’s Hospice South West. For the hundreds of children and families that are supported by CHSW we are a literal lifeline offering respite, symptom control and sadly end of life care. Office 365 applications were rapidly deployed to support our doctors and nurses communicate, collaborate and support children, so we can continue to make the most of short and precious lives. Find out how we led this cultural and technological change in critically short timescales.
Children’s Hospice South West
Sept 11th: 2pm UTC | 3pm UK | 10am Eastern USA | 7am Pacific USA
Protecting Microsoft Teams from Cyber Security Threats - a Practical Guide
While Microsoft Teams adoption is growing incredibly fast with over 80 million active daily users in 2020, some highly regulated organizations are often hesitant to deploy Teams or limit the deployment of Teams due to information security concerns and possible cyber security threats. Supporting any platform with that many daily users you can be sure that hackers are watching closely and will do everything they can to gain a foothold in your environment.
During this presentation we will cover real-world attacks and cyber security threats as well as details for hardening your security configurations to protect your Teams deployment. We'll also cover the available Microsoft add-on solutions to improve security, including Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), increased logging options, and Azure AD P1 licenses that improve Teams governance capabilities. Some of the topics we'll discuss:
- Credential theft campaigns
- Identity spoofing for user impersonation
- Man-in-the-middle attacks
- Locking down 3rd party application implementations
- Conditional access policies
- Permission management settings
- Information boundary configurations
- And more…
Sept 11th: 3pm UTC | 4pm UK | 11am Eastern USA | 8am Pacific USA
Move Your Intranet Into Teams...Easy Peasy
If you're not sure how to integrate your MS Teams, intranet, SharePoint and external/internal apps then this is your session. This Case Study will walk you through the familiar challenges and provide a road map for a simple solution with the least amount of time, effort and no impact to your existing architecture.
The PMO Roadmap
Sept 11th: 3:25pm UTC | 4:25pm UK | 11:25am Eastern USA | 8:25am Pacific USA
Microsoft Teams ChatJam
Join us in this 30 minute ChatJam to discuss Microsoft Teams. A ChatJam is similar to a TwitterJam in that questions are presented on the screen for you to discuss. Don't worry there's no right or wrong answers. ChatJam's are a great way to voice your opinion and hear what others think.
Sept 11th: 4pm UTC | 5pm UK | noon Eastern USA | 9am Pacific USA
Do This, Not That (and Why) For SharePoint End User Adoption
Are you tired of hearing the same tired story of get executive support for your SharePoint adoption with no guidance on how to do that? Are you tired of talks that tell you all the things that you should be doing? Instead of looking at the things that you should be doing, we’ll look at the things that you should stop doing. We’ll talk about what doesn’t work and why. We’ll show you how you can change what you’re doing and get better results – not increase what you’re doing.
Thor Projects LLC
Sept 11th: 5pm UTC | 6pm UK | 1pm Eastern USA | 10am Pacific USA
Top 9 ways to secure Azure and Microsoft 365 assets
Although Microsoft 365, Microsoft Azure and Office 365 are secure by default, there are many security features and settings that need to be adjusted or implemented. But because of this, it is sometimes very easy not to see the tree from the forest and hard to find a needle in a haystack. In this session, we will focus on and show you top nine ways to protect your Microsoft cloud assets - the ones that will have the biggest impact, the capabilities that have been proven to significantly improve your cloud security posture!
Sept 11th: 6pm UTC | 7pm UK | 2pm Eastern USA | 11am Pacific USA
Use Office 365 eDiscovery for Internal Investigations and Litigation
Responding to data discovery requests can be costly and time-consuming. Fortunately, the new intelligent discovery tools in Office 365 can help to minimize these impacts. Attend this session to learn how you can use Office 365 eDiscovery and Advanced eDiscovery to meet your organization’s internal investigation and litigation needs. You can manage content across all your Office 365 assets, including SharePoint, Exchange, Microsoft Teams, Yammer, and more.
Sept 11th: 7pm UTC | 8pm UK | 3pm Eastern USA | noon Pacific USA
M365 Governance Automation at scale
As the adoption of Microsoft 365 / Office 365 continues to rise, it becomes increasingly difficult for you to manage the rapid growth of your services like Teams, SharePoint, Power Platform etc. In the end, you give up, facing the inevitable sprawl of inactive teams channels, unused accounts for external users, and unknown publicly shared content.
However, it doesn't need to be like that. There is a way to scale M365 governance effectively and stay in control.
In this session we'll share lessons learned from the field as well as many good practices to help manage and govern your Microsoft 365 tenant on a large scale without compromising on features or usability.
Sept 11th: 8pm UTC | 9pm UK | 4pm Eastern USA | 1pm Pacific USA
The art of information architecture in Office 365
Too many organisations jump straight into Teams and Microsoft 365 without considering how they want technology to transform their processes. Few consider they'll have the platform for the foreseeable future. This session will range across process vision setting, search, information lifecycles and continuous improvement - and what you need in the IA to support it.
power platform days
The power platform sessions are now viewable with an All-Access Pass
Aug 11th: 3pm UTC | 4pm UK | 11am Eastern USA | 8am Pacific USA
The continuum of solutions with Microsoft Lists and the Power Platform
No-code and low-code solutions are essential productivity boosters in Microsoft 365. Microsoft Lists provides a no-code approach using templates, conditional formatting, rules, views and more. Additional tools from the Power Platform - Power Apps and Power Automate - provide additional low-code capabilities to customize forms and flows. Start a list and expand from there to make your unique app work for you and your team.
Aug 11th: 4pm UTC | 5pm UK | noon Eastern USA | 9am Pacific USA
Using Power Apps to transform your SharePoint Forms
SharePoint forms are ok, they give you the basic interface to be able to create, edit and view data, but they are extremely limited. Power Apps to the rescue! With the constantly improving relationship between SharePoint and Power Apps, we can transform our list forms into something much more functional and graphically rich.
In this session we will look at how we can use Power Apps to take our forms to the next level, looking at some of the capabilities, shortfalls and little gotchas that you need to be aware of.
Aug 11th: 5pm UTC | 6pm UK | 1pm Eastern USA | 10am Pacific USA
Teams & Power Platform - Dynamic Duo
Microsoft Teams has become the hub for work. Now is the time to start bringing your Power Platform applications to where your users are. In this session you'll learn about what integrations are currently available and what is coming for Teams and the Power Platform.
Aug 11th: 6pm UTC | 7pm UK | 2pm Eastern USA | 11am Pacific USA
Rise of the Citizen Administrators!
The next generation of Citizen Developers need innovative Citizen Administrators who can configure the Power Platform to keep things secured and let the makers build apps. Join Daniel Christian, a Microsoft Business Solutions MVP and an early adopter of the Power Platform as he walks you through several out-of-box features that provides you the ability and the confidence to govern your apps, flows and connectors. Finally, he'll also show you all the free tools available to make your admin tasks easy and automated as well.
Aug 11th: 7pm UTC | 8pm UK | 3pm Eastern USA | noon Pacific USA
The Power of Power Apps Portals!
In this session Mohamed will explain how to get started with Power Apps portals, how you can integrate your existing CDS entities with these Portals and interact with your customers and safely expose CDS info to the world.
Aug 11th: 8pm UTC | 9pm UK | 4pm Eastern USA | 1pm Pacific USA
SharePoint is from Venus, Dynamics 365 is from Mars
When it comes to document management, Dynamics and SharePoint offer a myriad of options … not all of them good. Even the built-in SharePoint to Dynamics integration can create more problems than it solves.
In this session, you'll learn what nobody tells you about SharePoint to Dynamics integration.
We will review the available options, from using the built-in Dynamics document management, to SharePoint, to Teams, to Power Automate to custom code. You'll learn the different solutions that work best in different scenarios and you'll walk away with a decision-making process for identifying the right integration approach(es) for your organization.
Power Platform Days - Day #2
Aug 12th: 3pm UTC | 4pm UK | 11am Eastern USA | 8am Pacific USA
Power Platform Fundamentals: An overview of the product suite
In this session, we’ll use the Power Platform Fundamentals exam (PL-900) as a guide as we dive into an overview of the Power Platform within the Microsoft 365 ecosystem. We’ll take a look at the platform as a whole included Power Apps, Power Automate (formerly Flow), Power BI, and Power Virtual Agent. Topics included are general administration, security, interactions between the apps, and how to get started using them. We’ll also try to throw in some real-world business scenarios, where these products might be used, especially with the modern desktop platform. Whether you’re thinking about taking the PL-900 exam or want to get a good overview of the Power Platform as a whole, I hope you'll join me for this session!
Aug 12th: 4pm UTC | 5pm UK | noon Eastern USA | 9am Pacific USA
Effective Communication in Power Apps
There are many ways to present useful information to the users of your Power Apps. This session will explore 3 mechanisms that you can use to make your app experiences more friendly and useful for your users.
Aug 12th: 5pm UTC | 6pm UK | 1pm Eastern USA | 10am Pacific USA
Managing large SharePoint lists like a pro in Power Apps
Handling and working with large SharePoint lists in Power Apps can be very challenging. In this session, I will show you how to bring large lists data in seconds and come up with a unique strategy to manage active items in batches of 2000 items for even faster load times.
Aug 12th: 6pm UTC | 7pm UK | 2pm Eastern USA | 11am Pacific USA
Ask Me Anything : Power Platform
If you still have unanswered questions about the Power Platform or one of the previous sessions has raised a question in your mind, then join our expert panel and ask away!
Aug 12th: 7pm UTC | 8pm UK | 3pm Eastern USA | noon Pacific USA
Migration from Workflows 2010 what you need to know
Due to the fact that Workflows 2010 in SharePoint Online will stop working November 2020 a lot of organizations need to make their move and migrate process to Power Automate or other workflow solution. This session will provide information what should be considered during migration, what should be done, what actions are mapped in Power Automate and what requires workaround.
Aug 12th: 8pm UTC | 9pm UK | 4pm Eastern USA | 1pm Pacific USA
Deploy Microsoft learning pathways to get the best use out of Microsoft 365
Are your employees utilizing Microsoft 365 to the fullest? Do they have the training and support needed to be successful in their job?
Microsoft 365 learning pathways is a Microsoft-built solution you can deploy to your tenant, today, for free. It creates an adoption and training center that showcases dynamic, always up-to-date content from Microsoft to support training and adoption for your end users. You can also customize it to fit the exact needs of your organization by incorporating your own training content and highlighting your events.
Come to the session and I will show you how you can deploy and get the best use out of the content from Microsoft 365 learning pathways.
the beginners sessions are currently free, for a limited time
An Introduction to: Project
Been given access to Project Online and Project Online Desktop or Project for the Web but not sure where to start or how to get the most out of these applications? Looking to configure, use or manage these applications then attend this session to learn how to get started with Microsoft’s Project Management tools.
An Introduction to: SharePoint
Join April Dunnam in this introduction to SharePoint session.
Aimed at beginners or people wanting to get started this session will take you from on a journey from the beginning and hopefully leave you eager to learn more.
An Introduction to: OneNote
Join Nate Chamberlain in this introduction to OneNote session.
Aimed at beginners or people wanting to get started this session will take you from on a journey from the beginning and hopefully leave you eager to learn more.
An Introduction to: Power BI
This is a re-run of Laura Graham-Browns' introduction to Power BI session.
In this session, Laura will introduce Power BI, starting with the very basics and walking through the creation of your first Power BI report.
Topics covered will include loading data and doing some transformations to get it into shape. Then we will move onto putting in some relationships and calculated columns and finally building the report. This session is aimed at the complete beginner.
An Introduction to: Power Automate
This is a re-run of Matt Weston's introduction to Power Automate session.
In this session we will explore Power Automate from the ground up, helping you to understand the very basics including how to access Power Automate, through to creating your first flow from a template or from scratch.
We will look at the terminology, so you know your triggers, from your actions and how they are wrapped with connectors, as well as discussing some basic use cases that will help you get started with your flow development.
An Introduction to: Teams
This is a re-run of Ben Steginks' introduction to Teams session.
Microsoft Teams is a large product with a plethora of features available within it. Often we get so focused on “what’s new” and the “fancy” new features that we forget to go back to the basics. In this intro to Microsoft Teams session we’ll share some of our favorite tips and tricks for those just getting started with Teams. There won’t be a single slide in this session; it will be one long demo to help those of you getting started or feeling overwhelmed with Teams to get the most out of it!
An Introduction to: Power Apps
This is a re-run of Laura Rogers' introduction to Power Apps session and is aimed at beginners or people wanting to get started on a Power Apps journey, Laura will take you from zero to creating the simplest of apps and hopefully leave you eager to learn more.
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