Updating SharePoint Online List Icons with PowerShell

During a recent migration from on-premises SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint Online, we noticed that some of the migrated lists did not use the most recent icons, but rather older ones (from SharePoint 2007 or 2010, I can’t remember whether there was a difference between these two). For example, the following screenshot shows that all lists except for Tasks use the current icon set: The question was, can something be done Details

Scheduling Twitter Content with Microsoft Flow

Two years ago, I wrote a blog post about how you can schedule Twitter content with Azure Functions. I used Azure Table Storage to store relevant content that I want to get published, and Azure Functions to query it periodically to check if anything needs to get posted to Twitter. Today, I thought I should finally check if the same functionality is also available with Microsoft Flow. So basically, I Details

Advanced Flow – Daily Service Request Emails with Status Groups and Counts

After my Advanced Flow session at the Microsoft Ignite Hong Kong, an attendee asked me about a specific update that could be done to the demo. What she wanted to do is add some additional information to an auto-generated email, namely not just showing data grouped together, but also showing the count of the items within a group. If you’re curious about the overall demo in general, you can review Details

Study Guide – MS-300 Deploying Microsoft 365 Teamwork

This week I took the MS-300 Deploying Microsoft 365 Teamwork beta exam. This exam addressed the areas Configure and Manage SharePoint Online (35-40%) Configure and Manage OneDrive for Business (25-30%) Configure and Manage Teams (20-25%) Configure and Manage Workload Integrations (15-20%) My usual preparation for any tech exam is Read lots and lots and lots of documentation Get my hands dirty (tutorials, follow steps listed in docs, try things out, Details