Author: Neall Alcott

One of the challenges we occasionally run into is how to report on data that is stored in multiple SharePoint sites. Commonly you will see this in structures where there may be multiple sites created for each project, team, process, etc. For example, Project Server and Project Online can create dedicated SharePoint sites for each project. Similarly, Microsoft Teams will create a dedicated SharePoint site...

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We use Power BI quite a bit nowadays to help customers visualize their data. Power BI is a great because it simplifies the querying and presentation of business data using dynamic and interactive visualizations. It's relatively user friendly with drag and drop functionality and supports many different data sources such as SharePoint, Excel, SQL and many others. One thing that we have seen cause confusion with...

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In a previous post we discussed how to use PowerApps to enhance your SharePoint list forms. That post focused on using PowerApps with custom lists – but what if you want to use one of SharePoint's many preinstalled, out of the box lists like Contacts, Tasks and others? As of this time, it's not obvious how to use PowerApps with the OOTB SharePoint lists but...

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One of the really cool features of PowerApps is the ability to use it to replace and enhance SharePoint list forms. Also if you have used InfoPath in the past for this same purpose, PowerApps is Microsoft's preferred way of customizing SharePoint list forms going forward. In this article, we will walk you through how to create a PowerApps SharePoint list form for a custom list....

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You may run into the following error when attempting to edit the "Standard" enterprise calendar or creating a new one. It's a bit puzzling because you can open projects through Project Center (Select a project > Open > In Microsoft Project for Editing. If you can do that, you know that your browser can communicate with Microsoft Project 2013 or 2016. Also - you may...

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