Set a #ProjectOnline Project custom lookup table field value using #PowerAutomate #MSProject #SharePoint #REST #Flow #Microsoft365 #LowCode #PowerPlatform

This was a flow I developed a few years ago now but never got around to publishing a blog post for it. It is quite a simple Power Automate flow that demonstrates updating a Project Online project level enterprise custom field value for a field that uses a lookup table. The full Power Automate flow... Continue Reading →

Using #Projectfortheweb, #MicrosoftPlanner or #AzureDevOps for managing #projects / #tasks and need a way for users to submit project requests or project ideas? #WorkManagement #MicrosoftProject #edison365 #PPM #PowerAutomate Part 2

Following on from part 1 where we introduced edison365 ideas as the project / task intake for Project for the web, Planner and Azure DevOps, in part 2 we continue where we left off. If you missed part 1 it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2021/03/25/using-projectfortheweb-microsoftplanner-or-azuredevops-for-managing-projects-tasks-and-need-a-way-for-users-to-submit-project-requests-or-project-ideas-workmanagement-microsoftproject-edis/Continuing with looking the Power Automate flow used for the Project... Continue Reading →

Using #Projectfortheweb, #MicrosoftPlanner or #AzureDevOps for managing #projects / #tasks and need a way for users to submit project requests or project ideas? #WorkManagement #MicrosoftProject #edison365 #PPM #PowerAutomate Part 1

It’s common in many organizations to use many different tools to manage work, this could be due to different teams having different requirements or just different preferences. Managing work is common, we all have tasks or projects that we work on. Having an engaging tool to capture new project ideas is also a common requirement... Continue Reading →

Handling pagination in #PowerAutomate #SharePoint HTTP flow action for #ProjectOnline flows #Office365 #Automation #Workflows #PowerPlatform #PowerAddicts #NoCode #LessCodeMorePower #MSProject

When building Power Automate flows for Office 365 Project Online the Project Online connector has it’s limitations but using the SharePoint “Send an HTTP request to SharePoint” action opens up lots of options. I’ve been using this action in may of the example Power Automate flows I’ve blogged about over the last few years. Using... Continue Reading →

Meet Microsoft Project for the web and enhanced capabilities with no code via the Power Platform #Projectfortheweb #PowerPlatform #Workmanagement #NoCode #LessCodeMorePower #PowerApps #PPM #MSProject #BEPAFUG

Just a quick post to highlight an event that I’m presenting at on Thursday 13th August at 14:00 GMT, the Belgium PowerApps & Flow User Group. I will be presenting on Microsoft Project for the web – the session is called “Meet Project for the Web: Microsoft Project powered by the Power Platform”. This will... Continue Reading →

Building a #PowerApps app for #MSProject data Summary post #SharePoint #PowerPlatform #PowerAutomate #LessModeMorePower #NoCode #CDS #Office365 #PowerBI

This is a quick post to link to all of the blog posts in this mini series for building an app for the Microsoft Project SharePoint task list data. The links can be seen below along with a link to a video showing the app: Part 1: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/04/16/building-a-powerapps-app-for-msproject-data-part-1-sharepoint-powerplatform-powerautomate-lessmodemorepower-nocode-cds-office365/ Part 2: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/04/25/building-a-powerapps-app-for-msproject-data-part-2-sharepoint-powerplatform-powerautomate-lessmodemorepower-nocode-cds-office365/ Part 3: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/04/27/building-a-powerapps-app-for-msproject-data-part-3-sharepoint-powerplatform-powerautomate-lessmodemorepower-nocode-cds-office365/ Part... Continue Reading →

Building a #PowerApps app for #MSProject data Part 4 #SharePoint #PowerPlatform #PowerAutomate #LessModeMorePower #NoCode #CDS #Office365

Continuing with the Power App for Microsoft Project SharePoint task list data, in this post we look at examples for building capabilities into the app that will enhance the Microsoft Project experience. If you missed part 3 we covered syncing the Microsoft Project data to the Power App Common Data Service (CDS) using a Power... Continue Reading →

Building a #PowerApps app for #MSProject data Part 3 #SharePoint #PowerPlatform #PowerAutomate #LessModeMorePower #NoCode #CDS #Office365

In part 3 we continue looking at the Power Automate Flow that is used to sync the data to the Power Apps Common Data Service (CDS) entities. If you missed part 2 it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/04/25/building-a-powerapps-app-for-msproject-data-part-2-sharepoint-powerplatform-powerautomate-lessmodemorepower-nocode-cds-office365/ Continuing where we left off in part 2, I have simplified the flow a lot as I... Continue Reading →

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