In the previous two posts, Investigating a Busted SharePoint Version History and Using PowerShell to Add a Missing List Form Web Part, I walked through an issue that I was having during a migration where a library's files and versions were migrated but the version history window (modal) wasn't accessible. I went on to explain … Continue reading Version History Links
In the previous post, Investigating a Busted SharePoint Version History, I described the steps that I took to troubleshoot an unexpected error when trying to view a file's version history. The issue occurred when the migration tool was unable to fully migrate a document library, specifically the List Form web part on the library's display … Continue reading Using PowerShell to Add a Missing List Form Web Part
Have you ever tried to view a document's version history and an error appears? I was recently performing a migration and each library that I was moving had this problem.
On May 15th, we wrapped up another M365 Philly Virtual event an as I've done each year, here's my post-event article. Last year's event was 3 days long with 3 keynote speakers and 33 sessions. This year, we did 2 days with 1 keynote speaker and 45 sessions. The Planning Based on last year's feedback, … Continue reading M365 Philly 2021 Recap
It's almost here! This Friday, May 14th at 12pm EDT, we begin our 2 day Microsoft 365 extravaganza! On Friday, we kick off M365 Philly Virtual 2021 with Mark Kashman - Senior Product Manager at Microsoft and host of The Intrazone podcast. Mark will be discussing Microsoft Viva and how it brings together communications, knowledge, … Continue reading M365 Philly Virtual 2021 is Almost Here
I was recently preparing a presentation on Microsoft Viva. One of the requirements for setting up Viva Connections is that you have the app bar. The problem was that when I checked to see if the feature was available, it wasn't. I decided to go ahead and see if I could run the Powershell script … Continue reading It seems that I have the SharePoint App Bar… Kind of
The Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon returns on April 26th - 28th and I have been invited to present my Intro to AI with the Power Platform talk.
Every so often, you'll need to write a Flow that runs when a single SharePoint field changes. There's a handy action named "Get changes for an item or a file (properties only)" that you can use to do just that. Notice that there is a Since and an Until field. Here, you can specify the … Continue reading How to Check when Certain Properties Change in SharePoint
As we continue to plan for M365 Philly Virtual, I wanted to share a recent update. This year, we have set up a fundraiser page for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). The page will allow people to donate directly to CHOP's Children's Fund which will allow CHOP to direct funds to areas of greatest … Continue reading M365 Philly Virtual Special Announcement
If you are interested in the Power Platform and the things you can do with it, then you'll want to check in on the Global Power Platform Bootcamp that begins today (Feb 19, 2021). The Global Power Platform Bootcamp is a free event driven by user groups and communities around the world, for anyone who … Continue reading Join me at the Global Power Platform Bootcamp