In this installment of the weekly discussion revolving around the latest news and topics on Microsoft 365, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) | @vesajuvonen, Waldek Mastykarz (Microsoft) | @waldekm are joined by a Partner at the US-based consultancy PAIT Group and Microsoft 365 MVP Mark Rackley | @mrackley.
Topics discussed in this session include: Hillbilly tabs, North American Collaboration Summit, how the transition from on-Prem to Cloud along with a talented PnP community has impacted the need to customize applications. Hiring based on who’s available, managing the pace of change and customer expectations, deployment planning, and the business unit customer’s interest in Microsoft Viva experience. Microsoft and the Community delivered 20 articles in this last week.
This episode was recorded on Monday, April 12, 2021.
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Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!
- April 14, 2021 - Building Apps with Microsoft Graph
- May 25-27, 2021- Microsoft Build 2021
- August 9-11, 2021 - North American Collaboration Summit
- Register with coupon code "PnP" for 25% off from the prize at https://nacs.ticketspice.com/nacs2021
- Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android | April 2021 Updates - Microsoft
- New feature request experience for Microsoft Graph and Office Platform - Microsoft
- Build quality Microsoft Teams apps with these best practices: Part 1 - Microsoft
- Introduction to tokens - Lee Ford (Symity Ltd) | @lee_ford
- How to get any site collection users with their roles using PnP PowerShell? - Chandani Prajapati | @Chandani_SPD
- How to show profile picture in Person column in SharePoint list/library? - Chandani Prajapati | @Chandani_SPD
- Microsoft 365 PnP Community Spotlight: Albert-Jan Schot - Luise Freese | @LuiseFreese
- Microsoft Graph Fundamentals learning path – Module 3 - Luise Freese | @LuiseFreese
- 'LearnTogether Building apps with Microsoft Graph' event - Luise Freese | @LuiseFreese
- Microsoft Graph Learn Together Event – Join Our APAC Watch Party - Cameron Dwyer (OnePlace Solutions) | @camerondwyer
- Power Apps: source code editing for Canvas Apps - Django Lohn (InSpark) | @lohndjango
- Change your own profile picture as a Guest in Microsoft Teams - Yannick Reekmans (Qubix) | @yannickreekmans
- Improving the Page Properties web part - Mike Homol (ThreeWill) | @homol
- Microsoft Graph Fundamentals learning path – Module 2 - Luise Freese | @LuiseFreese
- Options for obtaining an access token with Azure application to application authentication - Anoop Tatti (Content+Cloud) | @anooptells
- Power Apps Data Sources Explained - April Dunnam (Microsoft) | @aprildunnam
- SharePoint List Form - Form Editor - Laura Rogers (IW Mentor) | @WonderLaura
- Upgrading the PnP Modern Search Web Parts from v3 to v4: Where are they? - Marc D Anderson (Sympraxis Consulting) | @sympmarc
- How to build a SharePoint glossary page using view formatting and connected list Web Parts - Michel Mendes (Storm Technology Ltd) | @michelcarl
- Change your background for a Teams meeting on mobile - Darrell Webster (WM Reply) | @DarrellaaS
- PnP Sharing is Caring initiative - Getting started guidance and training for using GitHub and contributing to the community
- Want to ask a question or in general engage with the community - Add a note in the Microsoft 365 PnP Community hub at https://aka.ms/m365pnp/community
- Check out all the great community calls, SDKs, and tooling for Microsoft 365 from https://aka.ms/m365pnp
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