In this installment of the weekly discussion revolving around the latest news and topics on Microsoft 365, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) | @vesajuvonen, Waldek Mastykarz (Microsoft) | @waldekm, are joined by UK-based Office Development MVP, MCT, MCM, focused on Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams, mobile and AI/ML – Bill Ayers (Flow Simulation Ltd) | @SPDoctor. In this session Bill shares his tips on dealing with data overload, technology updates, event management, and religious like enthusiasm. His advice – learn broadly, go deep as necessary to solve specific problem, avoid reacting to notifications, beware of same functionality, new name. Adopt latest technology when clear business reason is established. The group reviewed the latest 17 articles delivered last week by members in Microsoft and Community. The session was recorded on Monday, February 15, 2021.
This episode was recorded on Monday, February 15, 2021.
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Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!
- Track projects and share news in Teams with two new Power Apps – Microsoft
- Controlling app access on a specific SharePoint site collections is now available in Microsoft Graph – Microsoft
- New Microsoft Edge to replace Microsoft Edge Legacy with April’s Windows 10 Update Tuesday release – Microsoft
- Partner Solution Gallery – Microsoft
- Microsoft Graph Mailbag – Blazor Web Assembly and Microsoft Graph with Azure Functions – Fabian G. Williams (Microsoft)
- Announcing Microsoft Teams App Generator (Yo Teams) version 3 – Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices team
- Microsoft 365 PnP Hub at Microsoft Tech Community – Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices team
- How to create an improved Microsoft Teams Files approval process using Azure Logic Apps – Vesa Nopanen (Sulava) | @vesanopanen
- Use Node Version Manager to develop your SPFx apps – Toni Pohl (atwork) | @atwork
- Securely connect to Microsoft Graph from Teams tabs using SSO – Waldek Mastykarz (Microsoft) | @waldekm
- What kind of apps can you build on Microsoft 365? – Waldek Mastykarz (Microsoft) | @waldekm
- Use Microsoft Graph to create SharePoint items – Markus Möller (Avanade) | @Moeller2_0
- Use Microsoft Graph to Set Granular Permissions to SharePoint Online Sites for Azure AD Application – Srinivas Varukala (Microsoft) | @svarukala
- Modern SharePoint — How to get a blank page no header for easy reuse – Philip Worrell (Swisscom) | @Worrelpa
- How home-schooling in a pandemic is superior to workplace learning – Megan Strant (Insync Technology) | @MeganStrant
- A SharePoint Syntex & Microsoft Viva conversation with Chris McNulty – Sarah Haase | @sarahhaase, Antonio Maio | @AntonioMaio2, Mike Maadarani | @mikemaadarani and Chris McNulty (Microsoft) | @cmcnulty2000
- yo Teams, IoT and Azure Data with Wictor Wilén – Jeremy Thake (Microsoft) | @jthake, Paul Schaeflein (AddIn365) | @paulschaeflein and Wictor Wilen (Avanade) | @wictor
- Doctor – the static site generator for SharePoint – Tool from Elio Struyf on converting Markdown documentation to modern SharePoint pages
- PnP Sharing is Caring initiative – Getting started guidance and training for using GitHub and contributing to the community
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