If you’re on-premises and looking to embed a Power BI Report Server report in SharePoint, you’ll find it’s not as easy as O365 embeds. But it’s certainly possible; here’s how:
DateKeys are essential for relative time measures. In “manage relationships” you tie the ‘DateKey'[Date] to a date field in each of your data sources. Giles Walker shared an excellent solution for a robust DateKey that includes measurements and calculations you’re sure to find useful. Here’s that same solution I’ve modified and expanded to be as […]
The O365 Power BI Service has an easy “expand” icon on reports to make them full screen whereas Power BI Report Server (PBIRS) lacks that feature. We can still view reports full screen, however, using this simple trick in the URL:
I recently set out to create a “live” conference room schedule that could be presented constantly on an auto-refreshed screen outside conference rooms. This would replace printed schedules placed in holders outside the rooms. The following example uses a SharePoint calendar as the conference room calendar and can be refreshed constantly using Power BI’s scheduled […]
This is my intro to conditional formatting & rules/validation when customizing SharePoint new item forms with PowerApps in Office365. The journey of a thousand conditional formats and rules begins with one basic understanding. Hope this helps!
Happy new year! My first speaking engagement of the year is coming up January 20th at SPS St. Louis. If you’re nearby, be sure to register (it’s free!) and check it out on Saturday, Jan 20. Here are the three sessions at which you’ll find me.
Did you test PowerApps to customize a list’s new item form & want to switch back? Here’s how.
Though sad to be leaving KU Libraries, I’m excited and grateful for the opportunity to start as SharePoint Systems Engineer at Lawrence Memorial Hospital in January.
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.