Ask questions through a PowerApp embedded on a SharePoint page

At a lot of companies, I see a lot of employees struggle with what the possibilities are of the Modern SharePoint. They know there is a lot possible, but they don't know where to start. Luckily there's a lot of good documentation, but a lot of employees don't want to

Post Yammer announcements through a button triggered Flow with approval

At multiple clients, I always see that there are (content management) groups created for different content. For instance: the communications department is in control of the corporate news, but announcements are being posted by the facilities department – when for instance the fire alarms are being tested – but also by IT
SharePoint Modern Lists: Flow integration

SharePoint Modern Lists: Flow integration

A while ago Microsoft made the modern lists available in first release SharePoint online tenants. Time for me to take a good look at the new Flow integration. When you open an empty modern list you get the following view: Flow integration To add a Flow to your list click
Gather feedback from a SharePoint List and add it as a Wunderlist task with Microsoft Flow

Gather feedback from a SharePoint List and add it as a Wunderlist task with Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow is an awesome tool to create simple workflows with great impact. In my last blog I showed how to create a holiday request by using Microsoft Flow and a SharePoint list, but now I used Microsoft Flow and Wunderlist to create a feedback gathering workflow. First I created
Making a vacation request flow with Microsoft Flow (preview)

Making a vacation request flow with Microsoft Flow (preview)

Last week I was watching the Future of SharePoint event and it got me thinking about all the amazing new opportunities there are for developers, end users and also power users. During my time working as a SharePoint Developer I usually got a lot of questions from for instance HR
Office 365 Video: Subtitle & captions support

Office 365 Video: Subtitle & captions support

Lately, the Office 365 Video team is killing it with new features. Today I received this Tweet from Marc Mroz about subtitle and captions support for Office 365 Video. Click on this link to a support page to see how you can add subtitles.