#Microsoft365 #SharePointOnline tenant rename–impact on #ProjectOnline #MSProject #MicrosoftProject

Just a quick post to highlight the documented impact on Project Online when using the newly released tenant rename feature in Microsoft 365 SharePoint Online as documented here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/tenant-renameThe docs detail the limitations of this feature, 5 points are detailed in the Medium Impact section for Project Online / Project Pro with PWA, the main... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

An Introduction to Project – Speaking at #GlobalCon3 Beginners Day #Office365 #ProjectOnline #Projectfortheweb #MSProject #WorkManagement

Just a short post to highlight a conference that is starting later today with intros to many Microsoft products, the conference is the Collab365 Global Con 3. The beginners day is up first where there are 7 intro sessions taking place: https://events.collab365.community/globalcon3-agenda/ First up is my introduction session on Microsoft Project: https://events.collab365.community/c365_sessionroom/an-introduction-to-project/. In this session... Continue Reading →

Want to report on #ProjectOnline project site list data? Example using #PowerAutomate to push project site #SharePoint list data to #AzureSQLDatabase #PowerBI #Office365 #PPM #LessCodeMorePower

One of the challenges for reporting on Project Online data is building a report for cross project site lists. Lately I’ve had quite a few conversations about how to handle this so I thought it was worth sharing a blog post. This could be a Lessons Learned list or Change Requests list or even the... Continue Reading →

Building a simple change request app for #ProjectOnline using the #PowerPlatform #PowerApps and #PowerAutomate #LessCodeMorePower part 2

Following on from part 1 where we created the functional app for Project change requests, here is part 2. If you missed part 1 it can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2020/02/09/building-a-simple-change-request-app-for-projectonline-using-the-powerplatform-powerapps-and-powerautomate-lesscodemorepower-part-1/. In part 2 we will look at the Power Automate Flow for the approvals and task creation. The Flow used can be seen below: If... Continue Reading →

#Office365 #ProjectfortheWeb #MicrosoftTeams integration #PowerAutomate #ProjectManagement #PPM #MSProject #PowerPlatform #AdaptiveCards Part 4

In part 4 of this series we will create a simple Power Automate Flow that posts a message to a Team when a project is overdue. For part 3 of the series, here is the link if you missed it where we looked at adding a Bot for Project for the web into Teams: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/11/22/office365-projectfortheweb-microsoftteams-integration-projectmanagement-ppm-msproject-powerplatform-powervirtualagents-part-3/... Continue Reading →

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