Author: Tomasz Poszytek

Hi! I'm Tomasz. I'm a big fan of process automation and business analysis. I'm focusing on expertise my skills in Microsoft technologies especially Office 365, SharePoint, Flow, PowerApps and Nintex products. I have 8+ years of experience working with SharePoint.

Adaptive Cards showcase

Adaptive Cards

This post is related to a screencast I’ve made recently. It describes how the Flow, used by the solution, is built in details. Have fun watching and learning how it is made. This post is also part of the sequel I am writing about “Adaptive Cards“.

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Microsoft Adaptive Cards – the ultimate guide

Microsoft Adaptive Cards

This post is a third part of the series about Adaptive Cards technology. It is entirely dedicated to what the technology is about, how it works and how can be used in your solutions. If you are interested in the history of the concept, please open the first part from the series here.

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Elevated permissions in Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow

It was fairly easy to say to SharePoint Workflow (both in 2010 and 2013 versions) that certain action or actions should be executed with the elevated permissions.

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PowerApps export as package fails due to missing connections

PowerApps

Sometimes when we are working with PowerApps, adding new connections like to Microsoft Flow or external services and then we decide we don’t need some of them anymore and therefore we are removing it, but forgetting to first delete it in PowerApps, we are finding ourselves in situation, where when trying to export the app as a package, we are facing a very hard to debug issue.

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Sketch-noting in PowerApps and merging images

PowerApps

Post was inspired by a comment with a question posted some time ago under the post about hand written signatures. Kevan asked, if this is possible to take a photo, then sketch-note on it and finally save two images as a single one.

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Microsoft Message Cards – the ultimate guide

Adaptive Cards

In the first part of the series I wrote a general overview of Message and Adaptive Cards, their brief history and purpose. This part is focused only on Message Cards – the technology from which it all begun and that is still available to use although recommendation is to move to Adaptive Cards.

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Introduction to Adaptive Cards

Adaptive Cards

Some time ago a customer asked me about a more effective user experience when approving tasks in workflows. The reason was that a manager, who was always involved at some time, was on the position, that if he is just sent an e-mail with approval request, this e-mail is going to simply get lost in his inbox and therefore he wouldn’t be able to respond. On the other hand he is using Microsoft Teams often, so asked if he can be notified about a task approval via that app.

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Nintex Foxtrot RPA – review

Nintex Foxtrot RPA

On March 4, Nintex announced that it has finalized acquisition of the EnableSoft company. The company behind the Foxtrot suite. Starting then RPA (Roboting Process Automation) software became part of Nintex products, somehow completing the gap between business processes in the cloud and those being done on users’ computers “locally”.

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Microsoft Forms Pro – personalization

Microsoft Forms Pro

In my previous post I have presented in details how the new Forms Pro differs from its older brother – Forms. Since then, having the possibility to play around with the new product, I would like now to describe you it’s outstanding feature – option for personalization.

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