When your Microsoft Form doesnt appear for selection in Power Automate
By Andrew Gallagher | | 0 Comments |
Occasionally when you select a Form in Power Automate the drop down does not show the form and you need to find the FormID and manually enter it.
Changing Microsoft Forms display and functionality within Microsoft Teams
By Andrew Gallagher | | 0 Comments |
When you create a Microsoft Form in Teams everyone who is a member of that team has the ability to edit the form. In most cases the creator of the form only wants the users to fill out or complete the form.
Tenant / Portal Branding
By Andrew Gallagher | | 0 Comments |
Microsoft 365 Branding is a simple but very effective way of giving users assurance that they are entering there login credentials into the company Microsoft 365 portal. When logging into the Microsoft Online portal the user is greeted with a Microsoft login prompt where the user will enter in their email address. This Windows is a generic Microsoft 365 login screen that display the Microsoft logo.
Power Automate – Document automation requires System Customizer permission
By Andrew Gallagher | | 0 Comments |
Today I was discovering the Document automation within the AI Builder section in Power Automate. I was following the Microsoft Learn instructions and clicked on the Custom documents and invoices template but was greeted with a red message that said Document automation requires System Customizer permission to install a new package. Contact your admin or create a new environment.
PowerApps : Adding a Spinner
By Andrew Gallagher | | 0 Comments |
When a Power App needs to process the user will see grey dots floating across the top of the screen. These grey dots are not clear to the user who generally will press buttons. To avoid this confusion a colourful spinner can be displayed to the user while the processing occurs.
Power Apps : Filtering Data by the Current User.
By Andrew Gallagher | | 1 Comments |
In the latest Power App that I am writing using Dataverse I wanted to filter data from a table on the currently logged in user. My programming back ground told me to find the logged in users GUID and use that as a filter within the app. This would have worked but there is a much simpler way to do this using Data Verse views.