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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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Power Platform: What How When & Why

Perhaps I should have written this at the beginning of my #PowerPlatform challenge, but I do put the "human" in "HumansofIT" and sometimes I assume. I've had people again ask when to use #PowerBi vs #PowerApps (for example) and decided... Continue Reading →

Power Platform: Power BI Service Features by License Type

Wow. This was not as easy as I thought it would be. In this blog I'll share resources I gathered to help you understand the difference in features between different #PowerBI Licenses. Free, Pro & Premium. Thank you to the... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Power Platform: Introduction to Power Automate (Flow)

People are afraid that robots will take their jobs. I cannot wait. I'm SO over doing the same things over and over. #Microsoft #PowerAutomate gives end users the ability to automate tasks for themselves. Yes really, but with all things... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Power Platform: Using Power BI on different platforms / devices

#PowerBI is available on different platforms (services) / devices. Desktop, Web & Mobile. It's important to know the difference and "when to use what" as they each have their purpose and strong points. Let's take a look at the features... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Power Platform: What is Power BI?

As part of my #PowerPlatform challenge we'll be taking a look at #PowerBI today. In this post I'll cover the basics I think you should know:  Activity Flow & Building Blocks. I'll also share many resources to help you build... Continue Reading →

Getting Started with the Microsoft Power Platform

I've decided to take on a bit of March Madness and challenge myself to learning and sharing something new on the #Microsoft Power Platform every day, for a month. I'll be looking at #PowerApps, #PowerAutomate, #PowerBI as well as the... Continue Reading →

Co-Innovation with Office 365 #ESPC19

Innovation cannot take place in a vacuum, just as our workforce should be diverse, so should our skill sets. The rise of the citizen development era also brings forth the need to understand how workloads integrate and complement each other.... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 115 – Using the Power BI web part in SharePoint Online

#Microsoft365 #Office365 #SharePoint The Power BI Reports Web Part allows us to share our Power BI reports in SharePoint Online on a page. Embedding a report in SharePoint Online does not automatically give users permission to view the report. The permissions to... Continue Reading →

Microsoft 365 Day 23: Power BI 101 & Resources

#Microsoft365 - Power BI (Business Intelligence) supplies business with dashboards which display the metrics which are most important to them. It's updated in real time (big frustration for old types of reports) and can be accessed on different devices. For... Continue Reading →

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