Follow Luise Freese's step-by-step guide as she takes a deep dive into tracking Microsoft 365 service subscriptions and shows how to build powerful lists in Microsoft Lists, extending what’s available in SharePoint Online with Power Automate. She covers specific features, such as adding a new service for each subscription plan bought; specifying the billing term, pricing, and expiration date; automatically counting down the days until renewal; reviewing billing history and total amount paid; as well as sending renewal reminders in mobile notifications.
As some of you might have noticed, Tony Redmond has joined the Practical365.com team to write for the site covering a range of Microsoft 365 topics. We're looking for more writers to join the team. People with fantastic knowledge and insight about how Microsoft 365 technology really works. That kind of thing...
This blog delves into the new wave of libraries that will support cross-platform development; introduces support for Microsoft .NET Standard 2.0 and Microsoft .NET 5.0.; and more importantly, describes how the new libraries will provide the needed tooling to easily modernize your classic solutions so you can create new modern solutions.
This blog series will examine and test-drive SharePoint Syntex, a powerful new Microsoft 365 service announced by Microsoft at Ignite 2020. SharePoint Syntex consists of Content understanding, processing, and compliance services that provide the ability to capture and scale expertise using advanced AI and machine learning.
In this short article, Chris Rhodes takes a look at one of the latest Microsoft 365 roles: the Microsoft 365 Enterprise Architect job role. He then explores the associated certification pathways.
Microsoft has announced the start of the migration of customers from the Office 365 admin center to the new Microsoft 365 admin center.