Create a #MicrosoftTeam for a #ProjectOnline Project using #MicrosoftFlow #Office365 #MicrosoftGraph #PPM #WorkManagement #PowerPlatform #AzureAD #Collaboration #Automation Part1

Following on from my Microsoft Flow theme of blog posts lately, I am a big fan of the Power Platform in general, but I love Microsoft Flow for building low / no code solutions for Office 365 Project Online. In part 1 of this blog post I will start to walkthrough a new Microsoft Flow... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline custom #email notifications using #MSFlow #MicrosoftFlow #PPM #PMOT #MSProject #Exchange #Office365 #PowerPlatform Part 2

Following on from my last post on email notifications using Microsoft Flow, this post looks at further examples. Part 1 can be found here: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/03/18/projectonline-custom-email-notifications-using-msflow-microsoftflow-ppm-pmot-msproject-exchange-office365-powerplatform-part-1/ In case you missed it, I also published a video last week with a simple example Flow to send the project owner an email on project creation: https://youtu.be/CCdxUqBrhEA In part... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline custom #email notifications using #MSFlow #MicrosoftFlow #PPM #PMOT #MSProject #Exchange #Office365 #PowerPlatform Part 1

This blogs post has been delayed due to all of my blog posts on Microsoft’s new Roadmap service – summary post here with most of the posts: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2019/03/01/project-roadmap-cds-app-overview-ppm-projectmanagement-msproject-projectonline-office365-powerplatfom-dynamics365/ This post continues the series of posts I started to do in December 2018 following on from a Microsoft Tech Sync session where I presented a session... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline #PowerApps example #Office365 #PPM #PMOT #Apps #MSProject #SharePoint Part2

In part 2 of this series we look at continuing with the example PowerApp for Project Online for project details and project navigation. For those of you that missed part 1, a link to the post can be found below: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2018/02/21/projectonline-powerapps-example-office365-ppm-pmot-apps-msproject-part1/ In part 2 we will update the detail screen to display the data we... Continue Reading →

#ProjectOnline Project level #HTML fields to a #SharePoint list #PowerShell #PPM #Office365

Following on from my previous mini series of posts for including the HTML formatting in Project Online Power BI reports, this post is a supporting blog post for the PowerShell script I used in the 3rd post. For those that missed that mini series of posts, the links are below: Part 1: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2018/01/01/projectonline-powerbi-report-include-html-formatting-ppm-pmot-powerquery-odata-rest-part-1/ Part 2:... Continue Reading →

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