Scheduling Twitter Content with Microsoft Flow Part 2 – Images

Back in February I wrote a blog post on how to schedule Twitter content with Microsoft Flow and SharePoint. This was quite well received, and I’ve had a few discussions with various people, who tried it themselves. One of those is fellow MVP Luise Freese (Twitter, Medium) (extremely passionate & sketchnote artist extraordinaire), who used my instructions and replicated the setup. And as I saw recently and also discussed with Details

Study Guide – MS-301 Deploying SharePoint Server Hybrid

Update 13 May 2019: In case I find other good study guides online, I’ll link to them from here,Here’s another study guide by fellow MVP Becky Bertram. While a good number of links are the same for both our guides, she also linked to a few other resources, so check it out:http://www.savvytechnicalsolutions.com/educational-resources/exam-study-guides/exam-ms-301-study-guide/ Back in February, I took the new MS-301 Deploying SharePoint Server Hybrid exam (besides the MS-300, for which Details

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

Study Guide – MS-300 Deploying Microsoft 365 Teamwork

Update 13 May 2019: In case I find other good study guides online, I’ll link to them from here,Here’s another study guide by fellow MVP Vlad Catrinescu. While a good number of links are the same for both our guides, she also linked to a few other resources, so check it out:https://absolute-sharepoint.com/ms-300-study-guide-deploying-microsoft-365-teamwork This week I took the MS-300 Deploying Microsoft 365 Teamwork beta exam. This exam addressed the areas Configure Details

PnP PowerShell script samples for SharePoint & Office 365

Over the past few years, I have been using the PnP PowerShell cmdlets quite regularly. They’re a constant companion in all my projects, and very often they’ve helped me to solve issues, automate tasks, and generally simplify my life. Examples include: Setting SharePoint Online Site Collection Search Settings with PowerShell Exporting SharePoint Online List/Library Detail Get Versioning Details for all Lists in a SharePoint Online Site Getting all Permissions Levels Details

Progress Bars with SharePoint Online Column Formatting – April 2018 Update

On my blog post Progress Bars with SharePoint Online Column Formatting I showed how the new Column Formatting functionality can help to show progress bars inside a list:   On this post, I received the following comment from Rick: Progress is usually associated with completion (blue). What would it take to have the progress % be blue, and the background color of the bar (= 100%), associated from a separate column? Your Details

Progress Bars with SharePoint Online Column Formatting

Now that Column Formatting has begun rolling out to SharePoint Online tenants, I decided to look at some older use cases and test how they could be achieved with this new functionality. The first use case is a common one: an item’s progress is tracked in a list with a percentage indicator – a project’s total completion so far, an individual task’s progress, etc. This is usually stored as a Details

Office 365 Advent Calendar – 18 Adding a Web Part to a SharePoint Online Page with PowerShell

Scenario You’ve got a Web Part which you want to add to one, but more likely multiple web part pages in a SharePoint Online Site. Or maybe even on multiple pages across multiple sites. You could do this manually, but adding the same web part with the same configuration over and over again may not be a productive use of it. Let’s make use of PowerShell to do this! Code Details

Office 365 Advent Calendar – 17 Overview of the new OneDrive for Business Admin Portal

At the Microsoft Ignite conference in September, it was announced that OneDrive for Business would get its own Admin Portal in Office 365. Yesterday, Microsoft finally made it available, even though it’s in Preview at the moment. See the official announcement here, and access it at https://admin.onedrive.com. So what does it include? Some existing settings, such as configuring your sharing settings, as well as new settings like the possibility to restrict Details