In the paper, the company Contoso has a SharePoint Online site where they share docs and track projects. A project requestor, such as a department head, requests an IT project by adding an item to a SharePoint list. A project approver, such as an IT manager, reviews the project, and then approves it or rejects it. If approved, the project is assigned to a project manager, and additional detail is added to a second list through the same app. A business analyst reviews current and completed projects using a Power BI report embedded in SharePoint. Microsoft Flow is used to send approval email and respond to Power BI alerts.
Loops! Web Services! Packaging! But nothing competes with „You can now Copy, Cut, and Paste within the Text-Based Designer!“
How to use association columns in SharePoint workflows.
How to create a workflow that reminds you a week before an item is due. This item could be anything in SharePoint, such as a document or task. In the example, I’ll use a task, and the built in Due Date field.
How to place a link to a Workflow on the display form of an item. Also covers how to put the same sort of link as a column in a list.
Via Enterprise 2.0: Culture Is as Culture Does. The Enterprise 2.0 Deployment and Adoption Workflow, depicting different routes of Enterprise 2.0 projects.
SharePoint links for 2009-07-03:
- The Gloves Come Off in The Box.net vs. SharePoint Challenge
- Implementing a SharePoint Department Wiki? A Writer Shares Some Dos and Don’ts
- MOSS Manual Navigation Links Are Static & Dangerous
- Creating a user-friendly media library using Lytebox
- Will the success of SharePoint 2007 keep 2010 from leaving the station?
- DIY SharePoint at the Municipality of Aalborg
- More awesome jQuery demos: scrolling news, fisheye menu
- When it Comes to SharePoint on the Desktop, Colligo Reigns Supreme
- How To Create Drilldown Silverlight Graphs in SharePoint with Visifire
Some useful SharePoint resources and extensions: