Make Fun of Virtual Meeting Fatigue

Are you sick of virtual meetings and training courses yet? To be honest, I'm not. However I have been looking for ways to ring some changes. It does get dull, always hearing (and saying) the same old phrases, so I've made myself some flashcards. And I gift them to you here - enjoy! You are … Continue reading Make Fun of Virtual Meeting Fatigue

Ignite 2020 – How to Plan Which Sessions to Join

With Ignite 2020 being a virtual event there is even more opportunity for everyone to benefit from attending. But how to you work out what to attend - that session catalogue is vast. After registering, you can add sessions to your personal schedule and your backpack. Your schedule shows only your chosen sessions and your … Continue reading Ignite 2020 – How to Plan Which Sessions to Join

Using the Learn Community in the Tech Community

The new Microsoft Learning community in the Tech Community is live along with the new blog. The tech community is quite simple to navigate but I wanted to take this opportunity to share a few tips. Thanks to my fellow MCTs for their help with these too, especially Julian Sharpe, Denise McLaughlin and Rolf McLaughlin. … Continue reading Using the Learn Community in the Tech Community

Extending the Feedback Form into PowerBI

A little while back I wrote a blog on my training feedback form and the flow I had built to send delegates the useful links. See https://m365train.co.uk/2020/04/14/training-feedback-personalised-with-forms-and-power-automate/ Well today I have built a PowerBI report from the SharePoint list which stores the feedback data. As this is the first ever PowerBi report I've written from … Continue reading Extending the Feedback Form into PowerBI

Microsoft Lists are coming, but what about my SharePoint Lists?

As exciting as the announcement of Microsoft Lists at Build 2020 was, it did leave me wondering what the future of the humble but useful SharePoint list was. Today I finally got around to reading this blog post from 19th May 20. Two sections stood out to me: Millions of SharePoint users have benefitted from … Continue reading Microsoft Lists are coming, but what about my SharePoint Lists?

Farewell Teamwork Administration Qualification

Microsoft are retiring Teamwork Administrator certificate (exams MS-300 & MS-301). The announcement points people to the Teams Administrator (exam MS-700) instead. Having done both the Teams and Teamwork qualifications and with most of my training delivery focused on SharePoint and Teams, this concerns me concerns me on a number of levels.