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.
Microsoft has released a preview of co-authoring for protected (encrypted) Office documents using the desktop apps. While it might seem straightforward to enable co-authoring (and the online apps have been able to do this for over a year), making it work for the Office desktop apps requires a complex mix of Office, SharePoint Online, the OneDrive sync client, and sensitivity labels. Once everything lines up, it works beautifully, even if you can’t take a screenshot to prove that it works.
Microsoft announced a revised plan to switchover storage of Teams meeting recordings from Stream to OneDrive for Business. The July 2021 switchover will happen for all tenants. In some respects that’s a good time of year for a change like this because everyone will be on vacation and much too busy to join and record Teams meetings. At least, that’s the plan. What could go wrong?
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.
In this detailed how to guide, MVP Gustavo Velez demonstrates how to use Azure Web Jobs to automate web tasks in SharePoint Online.