Category: Microsoft Teams

Use MS Lists and Power Automate to copy files to MS Teams

Use MS Lists and Power Automate to copy files to MS Teams

This blog post is a continuation of the work we did in: Use Microsoft Lists and Power Automate to provision Microsoft TeamsUse MS Lists and Power Automate to provision Private Channels in Teams Use Power Automate to get a MS Teams SharePoint URL Drawing inspiration from a PMO (project management office) team managing multiple projects from a centralized … Continue reading Use MS Lists and Power Automate to copy files to MS Teams

Use MS Lists and Power Automate to provision Private Channels in Teams

Use MS Lists and Power Automate to provision Private Channels in Teams

In my previous blog post I showed how easy it is to Use Microsoft Lists and Power Automate to provision Microsoft Teams. In this blog post I will show how to extend the previous solution to include the creation of a Microsoft Teams Private Channel. At the time of writing there is no create Private channel … Continue reading Use MS Lists and Power Automate to provision Private Channels in Teams

Use Microsoft Lists and Power Automate to provision Microsoft Teams

Use Microsoft Lists and Power Automate to provision Microsoft Teams

In this blog post I'll show how easy it is to provision Microsoft Teams teams using Microsoft Lists and Power Automate. Creating a Teams team is super simple from the Teams client, this post is not intended to replace that functionality, rather this has been developed with a PMO (project management office) team managing multiple … Continue reading Use Microsoft Lists and Power Automate to provision Microsoft Teams

SharePoint vs. Microsoft Teams: Why They’re Better Together

SharePoint vs. Microsoft Teams: Why They’re Better Together

This article originally appears on the AvePoint blog as SharePoint vs. Microsoft Teams: Why They’re Better Together. Change. There is so much change in the Microsoft 365 platform that users can feel lost in a sea of like-named and functioning apps. Take OneDrive and OneNote for example. Or how about a Team site and Teams? … Continue reading SharePoint vs. Microsoft Teams: Why They’re Better Together