Friday, February 21, 2020

Rik de Koning

My name is Rik de Koning and I work as a Functional Consultant for Portiva, which is one of the larger Office 365 implementation partners in The Netherlands. I started my career in 2011 as a SharePoint support engineer and in 2013, I went to become a SharePoint consultant where I did various projects on SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Server 2013. In the last couple of years I started focusing more and more on Office 365, especially on SharePoint Online, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. I like being challenged and for PowerApps and Flow being quite new, there are always some challenges when implementing these services. When I’m not working, I like spend some time with my family (girlfriend and son), hang out with friends, do some sports (like fitness, running, kitesurfing and snowboarding) playing videogames and just relax a little. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me!

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Power Apps gives you the ability to use variables within your Power App. This blog post will describe the different kinds of variables and...
This year, I was one of the fortunate Portiva colleagues that were chosen to travel to Orlando and visit Microsoft Ignite 2019. After visiting...
If you’re using a SharePoint choice field you can set the ‘Allow fill-in choices‘ (or ‘Can add values manually‘ in modern) option to yes. This...
With Microsoft Flow, there isn’t an out-of-the-box way to view the run history of your Flow belonging to one specific SharePoint item like SharePoint...
Sometimes when you’re building a PowerApp with SharePoint as your datasource, you want your users to only use the PowerApp and not to go...
You probably know that you can trigger an associated Flow from a PowerApp. You didn’t? Well you know now! But did you know that PowerApps...

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