SFSPUG July 2019: PowerApps Workshop

Creating a Time Off Request Application with Custom Approvals in Flow

This month Harjit will walk us through creating an example time-off request application using PowerApps, Flow, and SharePoint.

We will cover/discuss:

  1. Flow Approvals and their pros and cons. We will implement an Approval process using Custom Lists and Flows, NOT Flow Approvals
  2. Creating buttons in PowerApps that calls Flows
  3. Permissions management throughout an Approval process

Hosting by R3 Interworks/WeWork.
Pizza and drinks from R3 Interworks.

WHERE:
2 Embarcadero Center
7th Floor, Conference Room A

WHEN:
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Food and Networking: 6:00 PM to 6:15 PM
Presentations: 6:15 PM to 7:45(-ish) PM

REGISTRATION: Meetup (registration closes at 12:00 PM on July 11)

Speaker: Harjit Randhawa

Harjit is currently an Office 365 Support Specialist for ExpressWorks International. Harjit has worked in various financial institutions and government institutions to help customize and administer SharePoint sites over the last 2 years. He is a graduate from San Francisco State with a Bachelor’s in Computer Science. Since graduating, he has dove into the world of Office 365 and SharePoint and is eager to share what he’s learn and learn from others that are working with Office 365 as well.

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April 2019: Building an Organizational Phonebook with PowerApps

***WE ARE MOVING BACK TO EMBARCADERO CENTER! Please note the address!***

IMPORTANT: For building access, we need to collect the names of all attendees before the event. Please be sure to register using your real name, which matches your photo ID.

Registration ends on Wednesday, April 10th at 12:00 PM sharp.

Schedule and Registration Info:
Food and Networking: 6:00 PM to 6:15 PM
Presentations: 6:15 PM to 7:45(-ish) PM

Hosting by R3 Interworks and WeWork.
Pizza provided by R3 Interworks.


Building an Organizational Phonebook with PowerApps

Harjit is back and he’s going to do a working session showing us how to build an organizational phone book with PowerApps. Harjit will cover:

  1. Using the Gallery control
  2. Connecting PowerApps to Office 365 users
  3. Implementing Flow within PowerApps
  4. Creating email and call links within the app

Speaker: Harjit Randhawa

Harjit is currently an Office 365 Support Specialist for ExpressWorks International. Harjit has worked in various financial institutions and government institutions to help customize and administer SharePoint sites over the last 2 years. He is a graduate from San Francisco State with a Bachelor’s in Computer Science. Since graduating, he has dove into the world of Office 365 and SharePoint and is eager to share what he’s learn and learn from others that are working with Office 365 as well.


Where: 2 Embarcadero Center 7th Floor
When: April 11, 2019 at 6:00 PM

Register at: Meetup or Eventbrite (you only need to register once)

Meeting Jan 10 2019 – Expectation (Ignite) vs. Reality (Life as a SharePoint site owner)

IMPORTANT: For building access, we need to collect the names of all attendees before the event. Please be sure to register using your real name, which matches your photo ID.

Registration ends on Wednesday, January 9th at 12:00 PM sharp.

Schedule and Registration Info:
Food and Networking: 6:00 PM to 6:15 PM
Presentations: 6:15 PM to 7:45(-ish) PM

Hosting by R3 Interworks and WeWork.
Pizza provided by R3 Interworks.

Register Here

Expectation (Ignite) -vs- Reality (Life as a SharePoint site owner)

Microsoft made lots of exciting announcements at Ignite in September, including many features that would be ready by the “end of the year.” Now that it’s 2019 what’s actually available* and how useful is it? We’ll be looking at Modern SPO features and webparts from a site owner’s perspective. Once the PowerShell command Enable-CommSite is publicly released, do you think you’re ready to go fully Modern? Feel free to bring your own experiences and questions.

* YMMV depending on the rollout schedule and phase of the moon. We have no special insights on the Gov/Edu rollout schedule.

Speaker: Caitlin Young, R3 Interworks

Caitlin is a Principal Consultant at R3 Interworks, with a focus on business analysis and user-centered design. She’s been helping real people make practical use of SharePoint since 2006 and has lots of cynically practical advice on this topic, as well as Enterprise Project Management, Intranet Governance and Process Improvement.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/caitlinjyoung

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May 10 – The Modern SharePoint Experience Part II

IMPORTANT: For building access, we need to collect the names of all attendees before the event. Please be sure to register using your real name, which matches your photo ID.

Registration ends on Wednesday, May 9th at 12:00 PM sharp.

Schedule and Registration Info:
Food and Networking: 5:30PM to 6:00PM
Presentations: 6:00PM to 7:30PM

Pizza and soft drinks provided by Learn iT!
Beer provided by Essention
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The Modern SharePoint Experience Part II

Last month’s presentation focused a lot on the SharePoint “Modern” Expereince, and we had a lot of great audience participation and questions!

This month we’d like to continue the conversation with some follow-up answers to some of last month’s unanswered questions, and any new questions you may have.

Some topics for discussion:

  1. SharePoint PnP Framework
  2. JSON list column formatting
  3. Ideas for hiding the annoying feedback button
  4. SharePoint access by Office 365 global admins

We will also discuss the Office 365 and SharePoint Online roadmap from Microsoft and take topics you’d like any of the group members who are going to the SharePoint Conference later that month to keep an eye out for, so we can discuss them at the June meeting.

Harjit Randhawa, Software Technical Consultant at Essention

Harjit will be our guest speaker again this week, continuing the conversation from our last meeting.

Harjit has been on a wide variety of teams with Essention, from supporting city organizations to private financial institutions. With his deep understanding of business needs, Harajit is able to customize Office365 tools to fix holes in Microsoft’s out of the box functionalities, keeping ahead of Microsoft’s planned future enhancements so we can share this crucial info with the group.

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San Francisco SharePoint User Group May 2016

Date: Thursday, May 12, 2016
Arrival Time: 5:30 PM to 6:00PM
Presentation: 6:00PM to 7:30PM
Doors Close: 8:00PM

Learn iT!
33 New Montgomery St.
Suite 300
San Francisco, CA 94105

Free pizza and soft drinks provided by Learn iT!

For building access we need to collect the names of all attendees before the event. Please be sure to register using your real name. Also, please note the address of this month’s meeting.Registration ends on Wednesday, May 11th at 12:00 PM sharp.

Topic: Integrating SharePoint with Applications

SharePoint is a robust tool in its own right but the benefit and power of SharePoint when combined with other applications truly makes powerful business solutions. Chris Chung will give a brief overview on the high-level methods that are frequently used. Then we’ll open it up for discussions and break out groups to discuss various topics including: advanced configuration, development, change management, infrastructure, documentation, and anything else that might interest you.

Speaker: Chris Chung

Chris started programming Logo (programming language) at the young age of 10. That was the beginning of his fascination with technology. Today, Chris is the founder of Essention Group Inc, and has been working with SharePoint for more than 10 years. His primary focus is in consulting projects related to application development, content management, migrations, upgrades and ongoing application support. Having an entrepreneurial spirit, Chris has started several successful companies. Outside of work, he enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his family.

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Protiviti OneNote Training Materials

Here are the training materials for those of you that attended this month’s presentation by Malcolm Eaton (from Protiviti) on OneNote…

To get a copy of the Protiviti OneNote Training Notebook, there are two ways:

1. Directly access a read-only copy of the notebook located on OneDrive.
2. Download a shared read-only copy of the OneNote Notebook Package to install locally.

Both options are located on a read-only shared OneDrive folder. Signing into OneDrive will give you additional options.

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An updated copy of the Protiviti OneNote 2013 training notebook has been created. To see a read-only copy of the notebook, please use the following link:

Protiviti OneNote Training Guide (Public/Read-Only/OneDrive)

To open in the OneNote desktop application, please make sure you are Signed in to OneDrive….

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….and then you should see the “Open in Open in OneNote” button.

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1.) Select File – Open – Computer – Browse:

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2.) Select the location of where the OneNote Notebook is located and make sure you select OneNote Single File Package:

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3.) Update the name of the notebook and choose where you want to store it:

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Shared Training Notebook Materials Links

Protiviti – OneNote Training Folderhttps://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=C6D39F5F3D03D00!858&authkey=!AP94_ZrTyo5b3_k&ithint=folder%2conepkg

OneNote Notebookhttps://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=C6D39F5F3D03D00!858&authkey=!AP94_ZrTyo5b3_k&ithint=folder%2c

OneNote Notebook Packagehttps://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=C6D39F5F3D03D00!878&authkey=!AAej_7h158jUZO0&ithint=file%2conepkg

 

No January Meeting

Hi SFSPUG people!

Microsoft is moving office locations currently, and they are not yet ready to host us in January so there is no January meeting. We’re planning to meet again on Thursday, February 12th to discuss getting the most out of SharePoint and OneNote. Hope to see you there!

Thanks,
SFSPUG