We’re going to create an adaptive card to use within Microsoft Teams to give a more professional look to our notifications triggered by Microsoft Flow.
Since the latter end of 2018, a new way of managing Office 365 tenants has become available, the Common Line Interface (CLI).
In the final part of this three-part guide, we’re completing the configuration of our Microsoft Flow and then testing out our completed process.
In the second part of this three-part guide, we’re creating our PowerApp, customizing it and then creating our Microsoft Flow which will power the process.
In this three-part guide, we’ll use the power of Microsoft Flow to automatically create documents based on pre-defined templates.
Vasil Michev explores how you can mitigate threats and scope down permissions using application access policies in Exchange Online
In this demo video, Sigi Jagott demonstrates how to manually install the Hybrid Agent Preview without using the HCW in Office 365.
In the last part to this insightful series on account breaches, Tony Akers discusses how to remediate your Office 365 after an account breach.
Steve Goodman demonstrates how to create a PowerApp, then automate the process of entering data into Planner using Teams Flow.
In Part One of this two-part article, Steve Goodman demonstrates how to create a mobile-friendly app using PowerApps, Teams Flow and Microsoft Planner.