Monday, December 9th 2019, 9:00 am

  • William Huneycutt

    Microsoft MVP

WRK105 - Business Process Automation Workshop with PowerApps and Flow

In 2016, Microsoft introduced two new tools in Office 365: PowerApps and Flow. PowerApps is designed for power users everywhere to connect, create and share business apps and forms for your team. Flow is designed to create automated workflows between your favorite apps and services, such as SharePoint, to get notifications, synchronize files and collect data. As these products have evolved and matured since their release, Microsoft has made clear it is time for organizations to consider moving away from SharePoint Designer and InfoPath. This workshop is a deep dive into the capabilities of PowerApps and Flow as organizations transition from SharePoint Designer and InfoPath. In this workshop, users will learn how to get started quickly with PowerApps to create rich forms and apps complete with an Microsoft Office-like experience: • Users will learn how to create an app or form from scratch for use in the web or on mobile platforms. • Discover how to use built-in connections to connect PowerApps to cloud services such as Office 365 and OneDrive, and on-premises systems such as SharePoint. • Detailed comparison of PowerApps and InfoPath. This workshop will also discuss how to work smarter and more efficiently by automating workflows across the most common apps and services: •  Users will learn how to build, manage, and administrator Flows in your environment. •  Learn to create Flows from scratch or by using pre-built templates in the visual designer. •  Discover how to connect Flow to over 100 data sources. •  Detailed comparison of SharePoint Designer workflows and Flow. The future of SharePoint is exciting, and the addition of PowerApps and Flow can help to address the complex business processes faced by today’s business teams.

Monday, December 9th 2019, 9:00 am

  • Treb Gatte

    Microsoft MVP, MBA

WRK201 - A Beginner’s Guide to Power BI for SharePoint Users

NOTE: This is intended as a hands on class. A PC with Power BI Desktop installed is required to get the most out of it. However, you are welcome to attend if you simply want an overview of what Power BI can do for you. Are you new to Power BI? Are you a SharePoint Administrator or SharePoint Power User? Are you tired of copying and pasting data from SharePoint to create reports and dashboards over and over again? We’ll take you through the basics of using Power BI with SharePoint data. You’ll say good bye to copy/paste once and for all. Whether you are using On-Premises SharePoint or SharePoint Online in Office 365, come to this workshop to learn essential skills every SharePoint user should know about Power BI.. Attendees will learn: • Learn the Power BI components: o Power BI Desktop o PowerBI.com o Power BI mobile applications o Learn how these components can be used with Office 365 and SharePoint • Receive an introduction into the core functions of Power BI o Data extraction from SharePoint o Loading and transformation using Power Query M o Extending your data with DAX • Report basics • Publishing and distribution basics Who should take this course?: If your company uses Office 365 or SharePoint 2013/2016 and you are either a • Manager • Business Analyst • Power User • SharePoint Administrator • Consultant If you work in these areas, you will see value • Marketing • Information Technology • Finance • Sales • Social Media The class assumes no prior knowledge of Power BI and Data

Monday, December 9th 2019, 1:30 pm

  • Treb Gatte

    Microsoft MVP, MBA

WRK301 - Power BI for SharePoint Users Deep Dive

NOTE: The workshop assumes you have a working knowledge of Power BI and Data Concepts. This is intended as a hands on class. A PC with Power BI Desktop installed is required to get the most out of it. However, you are welcome to attend if you simply want an overview of advanced Power BI techniques. Now that you’ve attended my morning workshop and understand the basics of Power BI for SharePoint Users, we’ll go deeper into what you need to deliver professional looking reports and dashboards. This half day workshop will be spent on learning tips and techniques from the pros on delivering Power BI based apps that are easy to use and are maintainable. In this workshop users will learn: • Learn how to create Production Dashboards using Power BI, from SharePoint list and document library data • How to use Power BI in a multitude of situations, including ad hoc analysis and the creation of formal dashboard. • Learn visualization best practices to ensure you can tell your digital story effectively • Learn best practices for maintaining content with your organization Who should take this course: If your company uses Office 365 or SharePoint 2013/2016 and you are either a • Manager • Business Analyst • Power User • SharePoint Administrator • Consultant If you work in these areas, you will see value • Marketing • Information Technology • Finance • Sales • Social Media

Monday, December 9th 2019, 1:30 pm

  • Scott Shearer

    Microsoft MVP

WRK303 - Microsoft Flow for SharePoint Bootcamp

Flow is the future of automation in SharePoint. In this workshop, you'll learn through practical examples how to quickly design, deploy, debug and share workflows. You'll see how to accomplish many of the tasks you now do with Designer Workflows with Flow. In addition, you'll see how to implement Flow to do tasks never possible with Designer Workflows. We'll start the session by creating Flows for templates. Then, you'll see how to create totally customized Flows from scratch We'll end the session with an in-depth discussion and demonstration of creating and using Approvals in Flow. Step into the future of SharePoint automation with Flow!

Tuesday, December 10th 2019, 9:00 am

  • Bobby Chang

    Office 365 Collaboration Technology Specialist at Microsoft, PMP
  • Scott Shearer

    Microsoft MVP

WRK502 - Hands-On Flow Workshop - Fundamental

Microsoft Flow is the successor to SharePoint Designer workflow and the future of process automation for SharePoint. While Flow is much more than a SharePoint-only tool, this session will focus on providing you with the skills to get started right away with SharePoint automation using Microsoft Flow. In this demo-rich workshop, you’ll learn by doing with hands-on labs. What we'll cover during the session: • Overview and how your organization can get started • Flow concepts (e.g. triggers, actions, conditions) and how they’re applicable • Flow design using templates and blank canvas • Flow creation for common SharePoint business requirements, e.g. document approval Demo environment is provided ***ATTENDEES MUST BRING THEIR OWN DEVICE. DEVICES WITHOUT EXTERNAL KEYBOARDS ARE NOT RECOMMENDED .***

Tuesday, December 10th 2019, 9:00 am

  • Peter Carson

    Microsoft MVP

WRK505 - Developing Custom Connectors and HTML Forms for the Microsoft Power Platform Workshop

Learn about custom connectors and how you can take advantage of the connector platform to extend your data sources for Microsoft Flow and PowerApps. In this session, we will share Microsoft's roadmap and vision for the connector platform, and show real examples. We will start with background on custom connectors, what they are, why you would build them, and how users interact with them. We'll then go through an interesting scenario, where we use a custom HTML form to submit to a SharePoint list through a Flow HTTP Post connector. This scenario opens up tremendous opportunities to create both anonymous and authenticated rich HTML forms that communicate with any of the many systems Flow integrates with, without requiring any back-end code development. We will deploy a sample project that you can use to implement your own forms with. Next we will hands-on create your own custom connector, using the Yelp Fusion API as an example. Full details of the walk-through are available at https://www.extranetusermanager.com/resources/articles/developing-custom-connectors-for-the-microsoft-power-platform. From there we will review how we built our custom connectors for our Extranet User Manager product, so that you can either repeat that process for your own systems, or leverage our connectors with our product. We will cover not only custom actions, but also triggers using web hooks. Examples will include using Flow to automate the assigning of SharePoint Online permissions on creation of EUM groups, and customization of the new user registration approval process. The last section in the workshop will be for you to create your own webhook trigger, based on a sample Visual Studio project that we will be providing.

Tuesday, December 10th 2019, 9:00 am

  • Wes Preston

    Microsoft MVP

WRK504 - Introduction to Building PowerApps for SharePoint Users

PowerApps is a service for building and using custom business apps, forms, and flexible connections to data. It is Microsoft’s successor to InfoPath and brings modern forms capabilities to dozens of data services with O365 and SharePoint at the top of the list. PowerApps also address business’ demand for mobile apps by creating solutions that work on a variety of devices. Come and learn what SharePoint users need to know about PowerApps. See how PowerApps can replace customizations previously done in SharePoint Designer by power-users or with JS Link or other client-side customizations by Developers. Walk through a variety of scenarios where PowerApps extends or integrates with SharePoint. While PowerApps can interact with the newest on-prem environments, we’ll be focusing on SharePoint Online and O365: • Replace default SharePoint forms with embedded PowerApps forms • Connect PowerApps to SharePoint list data • Create PowerApps from SharePoint data • Configure PowerApps by extending the user experience beyond what SharePoint out-of-the-box has to offer • Explore PowerApps capabilities and options • Discuss business solutions and approaches using PowerApps and SharePoint Note: PowerApps integrates directly with SharePoint Online and can also be used with on-premises SharePoint 2013 and 2016 with gateways installed.

Tuesday, December 10th 2019, 9:00 am

  • Jason Himmelstein

    Microsoft MVP
  • John White

    Microsoft MVP

WRK403 - POWER BI: EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW (but were afraid to ask)

Power BI is the gold standard for cloud based report delivery. It’s very approachable – you can get up and running with it in minutes, but it’s also very robust, secure and extensible. As you might expect, it has many pieces and nuances, and it’s important to understand what is possible, even if you may not take immediate advantage of some features, in order to understand what to use when. This tutorial will help to guide you in building a complete analytical solution, using all the features of Power BI. We will start from nothing, and create queries that import and integrate data from many different sources. You will also learn how to refresh data using the on-premises data gateway and the personal gateway to connect to existing on-premises data from a variety of sources In addition, you will see an overview the many other additional features available in Power BI. In particular, we cover the Power BI Service, Power BI Desktop, Connecting to data, modelling data, hybrid options, Licensing, on-Premises options, and we pay particular attention to using Power BI with SharePoint, both as a data source and a container. At the end of this workshop you will be ready to not only start using Power BI for your projects, but you will also understand which approach is best for different situations. Bring your questions, and we’ll do our best to answer them. This is a highly dynamic tutorial, and can go in any direction that you like.

Tuesday, December 10th 2019, 1:30 pm

  • Bobby Chang

    Office 365 Collaboration Technology Specialist at Microsoft, PMP
  • Scott Shearer

    Microsoft MVP

WRK602 - Hands-On Flow Workshop - Intermediate

In this Microsoft Flow workshop, you’ll learn by doing with hands-on labs. This session will provide you with the skills to get more proficient right away with SharePoint automation using Microsoft Flow. The workshop is geared towards participants who either have fundamental knowledge of Flow or have attended the SharePoint Fest morning/introductory workshop. What we'll cover during the session: • Flow expressions • Advanced approval scenarios, e.g. escalation, parallel approval • OData filters for larger data sets in SharePoint • Workflow state machine using Flow • Must-know nuggets from real-world solutions Demo environment is provided ***ATTENDEES MUST BRING THEIR OWN DEVICE. DEVICES WITHOUT EXTERNAL KEYBOARDS ARE NOT RECOMMENDED .***

Tuesday, December 10th 2019, 1:30 pm

  • Knut Relbe-Moe

    Microsoft MVP, MCT

WRK604 - Get Started with PowerApps and Flow - Build your first HR Forms

During this workshop I will show how to build some of the most used HR Forms with PowerApps to bring the applications to your mobile and Flow to ,for instance, automatically send the applications to your manager for approval. We will look into: HR Forms: • Holiday application • Expense claim In this workshop bring your laptop, if you can, create a Office 365 Trial account before, to get you started, and we will create this applications together. I will also share the guides after the conference, in case you are unable to bring your laptop, so no reason not to join this session. So if you plan to start to use Flow or PowerApps this session will guide you on the way, and you will be ready to create some great looking solution for your company afterwards!

Wednesday, December 11th 2019, 9:40 am

  • Liz Sundet

    Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft

BI101 - Getting started learning Power BI

You've heard people say Power BI is awesome. You've seen lots of reports and think, wow, I wish I could produce that. Or, maybe you're just curious what all the fuss is about. Come learn where to get started with PowerBI from the vocabulary to how to connect data together. We will cover the basics as well as creating dynamic reports that will be sure to impress any executive.

Wednesday, December 11th 2019, 9:40 am

  • Vlad Catrinescu

    Microsoft MVP, MCT

FLO101 - Three Must-Have Workflows with Microsoft Flow

Process automation is one of the most wanted benefits that SharePoint offers. In this session, we will use Microsoft’s preferred workflow tool: Microsoft Flow and look at three real-life examples of processes that you can automate by using Microsoft Flow!

Wednesday, December 11th 2019, 11:20 am

  • Wes Preston

    Microsoft MVP

PWR102 - PowerApps: New Approaches for SharePoint Data Solutions

Break free of the limitations of SharePoint lists. PowerApps integration with SharePoint introduces new options for Power Users to access, store, or extend existing data solutions beyond the boundaries of traditional lists. In this session we’ll cover new locations for data storage, new capabilities of these containers, and the pros and cons of choosing one over the other while still surfacing solutions via SharePoint or Teams.

Wednesday, December 11th 2019, 11:20 am

  • Jason Himmelstein

    Microsoft MVP
  • John White

    Microsoft MVP

BI102 - Your guide to understanding Power BI

Struggling to understand what Power BI choices are the right ones to make? Confused by the licensing so much that trying to make heads or tails of how to get your project started is a step too far to think of taking? Join us for this introduction to the wonderful world of Power BI. We will begin with understanding the real world decisions around licensing, discuss & demo the options for doing reporting, and finish with dashboards & sharing. If you are beginning your journey into the Power BI world, this is the session for you. We will set you up for success throughout the rest of the conference and help you look to drive your business using data.

Wednesday, December 11th 2019, 1:30 pm

  • Knut Relbe-Moe

    Microsoft MVP, MCT

PWR103 - How to use PowerApps to help you with User Adoption and your Intranet Deployment

The idea of this app is simple. A new task will appear weekly on the new intranet home page. The faster the user completes the task, the more points you get. The tasks are related to the use of the new intranet. The race lasts six weeks. You can customize the Tasks. In our example, the tasks are: • Add yourself a profile picture • Send a Teams message • Like the best news of the week • Complete your profile information • Take part in the Teams meeting, via video • Watch a video about using Stream for yourself So come to this session to learn how to build this PowerApp yourself to implement it in your system

Wednesday, December 11th 2019, 1:30 pm

  • John White

    Microsoft MVP

BI103 - Taking the Next Step with Big Data and Power BI

You've come a long way with Power BI. You've tamed your Excel spreadmarts, you've got your SharePoint list reporting under control, and Power BI is doing a great job reporting on your SQL data, but you're interested in taking that next big step into the world of Big Data. The good news is that Power BI is your friend, but where do the various Big Data tools fit in this scenario, and where do you start? Join us for this hour long session as we go through the thinking behind the ongoing journey of tyGraph as it transitions to more Big Data technologies like Azure Data Factory, Spark, Databricks, etc.

Wednesday, December 11th 2019, 3:00 pm

  • Daniel Glenn

    Microsoft MVP

PWR104 - Use Your On-premises Data with Power Apps, Power BI, and Power Automate

Microsoft Power BI, Power Automate, and Power Apps are powerful cloud tools that can take your on-premises data, stored in systems like SQL and SharePoint, to new heights. Using your data where it is now gives you the ability to invest in improving processes, instead of focusing on a data migration strategy. In this session, we will discuss the benefits of using the cloud tools and how workflow, analytics, and business apps can utilize your on-premises data. We will setup a data gateway, connect to on-premises data sources, and discuss how to use that data in Office 365 to create rich business solutions. You will walk-away from this session with the knowledge you need to immediately start using your on-premises data with Office 365.

Wednesday, December 11th 2019, 3:00 pm

  • Treb Gatte

    Microsoft MVP, MBA

BI104 - Data Mining Office 365 SharePoint with Power BI

See how to use Power BI to mine the data you have in SharePoint and Office 365. We’ll pull data from lists, libraries, triggered activities using Flow and from Search and create beautiful reports and dashboards easily from it. We’ll also show you how this can be automated and saves you time from copying and pasting data into different places.

Wednesday, December 11th 2019, 3:00 pm

  • Sarah Haase

    Microsoft MVP, MLIS

FLO104 - Your mobile lifeline: Leveraging Power Automate buttons to drive productivity

It's time to work smarter. With the Power Automate mobile app, you can build and execute push-button workflows that automate everyday tasks and transform your Digital Workplace experience. Need to quickly block your calendar for an impromptu meeting? Or send an automated email to your team letting them know you'll be working from home today? With flow buttons, you can start your workflows on-the-go with a single button click. This practical how-to session introduces button flows, showing how easy it is to create push-button flows for everyday Digital Workplace needs. You'll see examples of 4 easy-to-build flows and learn how the Power Automate app can greatly improve your mobile workplace experience.

Wednesday, December 11th 2019, 4:20 pm

  • Scott Shearer

    Microsoft MVP

FLO105 - Expressions in Flow

A deep knowledge of Flow expressions is critical to maximizing the power of Flow. In this demo rich session we'll take a deep dive into the types of expressions available and how to apply them. You'll see how to combine expressions, use expressions to format email text, how to use and apply date and string expressions, how to use expressions with collections and arrays and more... If you have a casual knowledge of Flow and want to "step up your game" with the use of expressions, attend this session!

Thursday, December 12th 2019, 10:30 am

  • Daniel Glenn

    Microsoft MVP

BI201 - Gaining insights with Power BI

Power BI is a powerful self-service analysis tool and is being adopted by organizations across the globe to quickly gain meaningful business insights. This session will cover the basics on creating compelling dashboards and guide you through the process of managing your company’s Power BI service, Power BI desktop, and mobile apps.

Thursday, December 12th 2019, 1:20 pm

  • Mark Rackley

    Microsoft MVP
  • Stephanie Donahue

    Microsoft MVP, RD

PWR202 - The powerful IMPACT of automating business processes through PowerApps and Flow

If you’ve already sat through a number of tutorials or sessions, you may have a good idea of how to build PowerApps and Flow in order to automate business processes in Office 365. Don’t limit yourself to endless approval forms and workflows – you could be figuring out how to make a real impact in your organization with creative solutions to critical business processes. This isn’t a technical deep-dive session, but rather a journey through some of the forms and workflow solutions that we’ve built over the past two years with real-world customers. We’ll cover examples from retail, education, as well as the entertainment industry, among others. We always say –steal like an artist! Join us and take these ideas back to your office so you can make a bigger impact in your organization. Links to corresponding case studies will be provided.

Thursday, December 12th 2019, 1:20 pm

  • Jason Himmelstein

    Microsoft MVP
  • John White

    Microsoft MVP

BI202 - Power BI Premium – When Do I Need It?

Power BI Dedicated Capacity (Premium) is a way to get past many limitations of the shared Power BI service. However, with great power comes great responsibility. This session will outline exactly what Power BI Premium is, what features it unlocks and what limitations it changes. We will also call out situations where Premium may not be appropriate, and the steps that you need to take to ensure that you get the maximum value from it. If you’re considering a move to Power BI Premium, you’ll want to attend this session.

Thursday, December 12th 2019, 2:40 pm

  • Wes Preston

    Microsoft MVP

PWR203 - PowerApps: New Approaches to the Traditional SharePoint List View

PowerApps is an excellent tool for custom forms and facilitating business processes (with Microsoft Flow). Did you know PowerApps is also capable of building dramatically better list views? It's no coincidence that PowerApps are surfaced in the SharePoint interface via the View dropdown control. See how PowerApps can be used to display richer and more functional views of your data - now, directly in SharePoint and Teams with supported web parts and components.

Thursday, December 12th 2019, 2:40 pm

  • Paul Stork

    Microsoft MVP, MCM, MBA

FLO203 - Building Modern Approvals using Microsoft Flow: Foundational Concepts

Approval workflows have always been one of the most important tools when building business processes in SharePoint. In this talk we will walk through everything you need to know to build modern approval workflows using Microsoft Flow. We'll start with the new built-in "Request sign-off" Flow and work out to an approval Flow with multiple sign-offs. Along the way I'll demonstrate how to retain an audit trail and troubleshoot your approval flow. Note: This session assumes a basic knowledge of SharePoint and Microsoft Flow

Thursday, December 12th 2019, 4:20 pm

  • Brian Caauwe

    MCSM

PWR204 - Using Artificial Intelligence with PowerApps and Flow

In the past, if you wanted to utilize Artificial Intelligence features with PowerApps and Flow you needed to configure and understand how the connect with Azure Cognitive services. Microsoft has now provided makers the ability to quickly start utilizing these features in PowerApps and Flow with AI Builder. During this session learn how to predict outcomes, extract data from forms, detect objects and classify text in PowerApps and Flow without writing any code all powered by the Common Data Service. If you have struggled in integrating Artificial Intelligence into your apps, come to this session to add intelligence to your business processes.

Thursday, December 12th 2019, 4:20 pm

  • William Huneycutt

    Microsoft MVP

FLO204 - Business Process Automation: Advanced Workflow Solutions

BPA is the automation of complex business processes beyond conventional data management. It focuses on “run the business” activities and often deals with event-driven, mission-critical, core processes. In this session, you will learn about the evolution of workflow with the introduction of Microsoft Flow. We will compare creating custom workflows using SharePoint Designer and Microsoft Flow, including a detailed breakdown of the features supported in each. This session is designed to showcase how custom workflows can provide a rich feature set, and a no code solution, that helps increase efficiency in the workplace, provide transparency, and promote accountability. Using real-world examples, we will demonstrate how to design workflow solutions to meet the ever-changing business requirements faced by today’s business professionals.

Friday, December 13th 2019, 9:00 am

  • Brian Caauwe

    MCSM

PWR301 - Getting started with PowerApps Portals

Microsoft has created new functionality in PowerApps which will enable makers to create portals that can provide self-service and enhance the digital feedback look with real-time data to engage with your customers. During this session you will learn the basic requirements for PowerApps Portals, how to get started creating your first PowerApps Portal and understand how to configure it to fit your business needs. If you have been looking for a way to provide accessibility to your PowerApps for your customers, this is the session for you.

Friday, December 13th 2019, 9:00 am

  • Jason Himmelstein

    Microsoft MVP

BI301 - Telling data stories with Power BI

Struggling to make your data tell the story that you know is hiding in there? Sick of staring at static spreadsheets and wishing that there was a way to visualize things so that the data could speak for itself? Are you tired of doing the same analytical motions over & over again instead of being able to use a repeatable process that will give you time back to do your actual job? Welcome to the wonderful world of Power BI where all of these things are achievable. In this session you will learn powerful ways of making your data come to life using Power BI Desktop & the Power BI Service. Whether your data is stored in a Microsofty way in Excel, SQL Server, SharePoint Online lists, CSV files on some old file server or in 3rd party data sources like SalesForce, Oracle, or SAP you will learn to unlock the data within & bring to life the stories hidden in the data.

Friday, December 13th 2019, 10:40 am

  • Treb Gatte

    Microsoft MVP, MBA

BI302 - Power BI Report Server: Self-Service BI and Enterprise Reporting On-Premises

Love Power BI but need an on-premises solution today? Meet Power BI Report Server -- self-service analytics and enterprise reporting, all in one on-premises solution. Design beautiful, interactive reports in Power BI Desktop, publish them to Power BI Report Server, and view and interact with them in your web browser or the Power BI app on your phone. And since Power BI Report Server includes the proven enterprise reporting capabilities of SQL Server Reporting Services, it can even run your existing Reporting Services reports too. Join us for an overview of Power BI Report Server and demos of its features in action.

Friday, December 13th 2019, 10:40 am

  • Scott Shearer

    Microsoft MVP

FLO302 - Take Your Flow Skills to the Next Level!

This session will take your Flow skills to the next level. This demo intensive session will cover such topics as approval escalation, parallel branches, expressions, using variables and more. Flow is improving all the time and you'll see the latest enhancements. Finally, you'll see how to accomplish automation tasks that you now do in Designer workflows through Flow.

Friday, December 13th 2019, 1:00 pm

  • Wes Preston

    Microsoft MVP

PWR303 - From SharePoint to PowerApps: Evolution of the ‘Intake Form’ Solution

Get an overview of how SharePoint out-of-the-box and power user extended solutions have shifted to PowerApps integrated business applications.

Friday, December 13th 2019, 1:00 pm

  • John White

    Microsoft MVP

BI303 - A Place for Our Stuff - Introduction to Power BI Dataflows

Dataflows are doing to data warehousing what Power BI has been doing for several year to reporting - making it ubiquitous and accessible. This session will walk through what dataflows in Power BI are, why they matter, how they're built, and why they are important. We'll also talk a fair bit about some tips and trick when working with them using demonstrations to illustrate the points.

Friday, December 13th 2019, 1:00 pm

  • Paul Stork

    Microsoft MVP, MCM, MBA

FLO303 - Building Modern Approvals using Microsoft Flow: Advanced Concepts

The introduction of the Approvals Actions in Microsoft Flow has simplified the process of creating Approval Workflows. In this talk we’ll go beyond the process of building basic parallel or serial approval flows and look at advanced techniques that can be used to take them to the next level. We’ll demonstrate solutions for the following: • Building Approval workflows with custom responses without requiring premium licensing • Applying custom formatting to the approval email • Recording approval results and comments • Setting SharePoint content Approval status • Forwarding an approval if the approver is out of the office • Escalating an approval that hasn’t been responded to • Sending periodic reminders about pending approvals • Building an approval workflow for an adjustable list of approvers

Friday, December 13th 2019, 2:20 pm

  • Daniel Glenn

    Microsoft MVP
  • Jason Himmelstein

    Microsoft MVP
  • John White

    Microsoft MVP
  • Knut Relbe-Moe

    Microsoft MVP, MCT
  • Liz Sundet

    Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft
  • Paul Stork

    Microsoft MVP, MCM, MBA
  • Sarah Haase

    Microsoft MVP, MLIS
  • Scott Shearer

    Microsoft MVP

SPT304 - Power Platform Panel

Power BI, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow are designed to work together. Hear from the experts on the Power Platform and get your questions answered. Moderated by Scott Shearer. You can submit your questions to the panel ahead of time via the Q&A feature on the app.

Friday, December 13th 2019, 3:40 pm

  • Bob German

    Partner Technical Architect at Microsoft
  • Bobby Chang

    Office 365 Collaboration Technology Specialist at Microsoft, PMP
  • Craig Jahnke

    Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft
  • Frank Migacz

    Identity and Security Specialist at Microsoft
  • Liz Sundet

    Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft
  • Max Fritz

    Technology Solutions Professional at Microsoft

AMA - Ask Microsoft Anything

Join us for an interactive Q&A about SharePoint, OneDrive, Teams and Yammer. Bring your best questions. (You can submit your questions to the panel ahead of time via the Q&A feature on the app.)