Sometimes you need the number of items in a list or library for reporting, notifications, or just curiosity. The following details three methods you can use to get the count of items for different purposes. Use Microsoft Flow to get…
Perhaps one of the most useful automated processes out there is the ability to do approval processes. We fortunately have two tools on-prem or online that allows us to perform this action. Microsoft Flow offers some incredible connectivity between services…
Since we can't have an always-updated Today column OOTB, use Microsoft Flow to update a date column daily for use as a "Today" column in calculations.
Generate and send reports, files or lists regularly with Microsoft Flow's "recurrence" trigger.
Microsoft Flow limits any "get items" or "get rows" action to 100 items. Adjust a setting on each "get" step to increase the limit.
Microsoft Flow mobile buttons are magical. One touch on your mobile device, and gears start turning to retrieve and deliver the data you need when and how you need it. Recently, I set out to deliver all Microsoft Forms responses…
Currently, with a new "Preview" action release in Microsoft Flow, we're able to convert documents to PDF in OneDrive for Business. While this isn't ready for SharePoint yet, we can make it look that way for our end users.
Using yes/no checkboxes in Microsoft Flow condition statements requires editing the statement in advanced mode. Here's how.
I'm speaking about using Microsoft Flow and SharePoint Designer Workflows to streamline processes this weekend at SharePoint Saturday Kansas City, Sep 16, 2017
Learn how to have users submit tweet and post suggestions via a SharePoint list, then use Microsoft Flow approvals to manage the submissions.