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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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#Microsoft365 Day 349: Build your #Microsoft #PowerPlatform Part 1

In the first part of my Build your #Microsoft #PowerPlatform series, I'll be building a SharePoint list that we can use for Visitor Check-Ins. I'd like to publish this as an App for my security personnel and then eventually write... Continue Reading →

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#Microsoft365 Day 262: Create a Planner Task when email is sent to #MicrosoftTeams Channel

Today one of my blog followers asked if a task can be created when I send an email to a Channel in Teams. Of course I went and tried this out. As per my previous blog, you can send an... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 249: Document and determine ROI on your solutions – #Office365 Citizen Developers (part 2)

#Microsoft365 #Office365 As part of a mini series for #CitizenDevelopers I'll be sharing tips and tricks around Business Analysis, Project and Change Management. Today we'll take a look at documenting your solutions. Yes. It's painful, I know. But I do believe... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 193: Communication options with Microsoft Kaizala, Flow & Teams

#Microsoft365 #Office365 #Kaizala #MicrosoftTeams #MicrosoftFlow I've been the biggest fan of Microsoft Teams (6 months after) it got launched. I do still feel there's a place for quick messages within a Team and also for larger groups of people who... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 127: Action ideas from OneNote with Outlook, Flow, Planner and Teams

#Microsoft365 #Office365 Thanks @DanielGlenn and @DarrellaaS for the inspiration at #MVPSummit to write this post. If you're a big lover of #OneNote like me, you'll be making lots of notes during conferences and getting super inspired by what you're seeing and hearing.... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 125: How Microsoft Flow helps me do my Tax

#Microsoft365 #Office365 #MicrosoftFlow #MSFlow I don't know a single person who likes doing their tax. That twice a year running around finding information is a pain to say the least. I use Microsoft Flow to help me gather my information... Continue Reading →

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