Using Power Automate for targeted notifications of Microsoft Forms Responses

I recently encountered a scenario at work where responses to a Microsoft Form should be sent to different people via email based on a value selected as part of one of the questions. Basically, if a person selects Option 1, send an email to a group of people, if he selects Option 2 send it to another group of people, etc. This can be easily achieved with Power Automate within Details

Custom Flavours are coming to Microsoft Teams

Let’s face it – when was the last time you heard someone say “Teams tastes great!”? I bet you can’t remember, or more likely, never heard anyone say that before. Most people would describe the taste of Teams as “mechanical”, “electrical”, or even “worse than my washing machine after it failed to drain the dirty water” – definitely huge adoption blockers. It’s no surprise that one of the most voted Details

Using Mover to migrate from Dropbox to OneDrive

Back in October 2019, Microsoft acquired, a cloud file migration company focusing on migrating content from other cloud sources (Dropbox, Box, Google, …) into the Microsoft cloud (Office 365, Azure). And while I was strongly involved in a lot of migrations over the past few years, I decided not to check this out in detail as I was working with too many other things (Teams/OneDrive adoption, PowerApps, …). But Details

Retrieving an item’s version history and changes with PnP PowerShell

Just a few days I wrote that ” it’s been MONTHS since I last ran a PowerShell script!” – and yesterday I not only had to run a script, but create it first. Luckily I still remembered how to use some of the PnP PowerShell cmdlets (though I have to confess, I forgot some syntax), and got the script working within a very short time. Not a surprise, really, as Details

It’s been a while… What’s next?

Well, it’s been a while since I wrote something here. As I changed my job in April last year, I also had a change in job scope – away from daily operational work (it’s been MONTHS since I last ran a PowerShell script!), on to more project and strategy focused activities. A good amount of the content on my blog originated from this daily work (scripts, how to do xzy, Details