Over the last couple of weeks I’ve embarked on a new journey with a good friend Rod Modlin of #Microsoft#PowerPlatform#LearningThroughSharing. Not working with it every day I’ve struggled to get my head around #PowerApps (although I (used to be) quite experienced in InfoPath / SharePoint Designer / SharePoint Workflows). It didn’t take much to convince Rod to teach me and at the same time share our learnings to help others. I’ll do a recap monthly in case you missed out! So here’s your first 5 hours of learning FREE!

For more information on links to join our weekly webinars or find recordings of previous webinars go to my Webinars Page.

Be sure to follow Rod’s YouTube Channel and Blog as well for more tips and tricks!!


Here’s the September recap, I’ve included the 27th of August as that was the start of our series:

2020/08/27

Webinar: Build your Incident Management System using SharePoint & Power Apps

Join myself and Rod Modlin for this new webinar series focusing on the Microsoft Power Platform. In this webinar we’ll take a look at how easy it is to transform a SharePoint list into a Power App that can be used on mobile devices.

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2020/09/03

Webinar: Navigation & Modifications to your existing Power App

In the second part of our #PowerPlatform series, Rod Modlin and I will take a look at making modifications on our existing Incident Management #PowerApp. We’ll also cover the Menus, Tree View, Controls, Functions & Properties.

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2020/09/10

Webinar: Modify your SharePoint provisioned Power App

In our third session, Rod Modlin and I will spend more time on the modifications of our SharePoint provisioned Power App. We also have a surprise guest!!

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2020/09/17

Webinar: Building low-code apps with Power Apps

In our fourth session, Rod Modlin will take us through building our app, starting in Power Apps, not SharePoint.

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2020/09/24

Webinar: Canvas Power App Gallery Customization

In this webinar we’ll continue our journey of building our “home page” with the gallery of items. We’ll be adding more filters and search functionality for our new app.

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