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Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands
Michelle is a Microsoft 365 Consultant and an MVP of Business Applications. She has broad IT experiences and has obtained several certificates in the IT sector. Since 2013, Michelle has focused on SharePoint Online and has subsequently deepened and broadened her knowledge on Microsoft 365. Now she can exactly advise for which purpose, which application(s) you can use within the Microsoft 365 suite to fulfil the wishes of the users.
Throughout the years, Michelle has already participated in many Microsoft 365 migration projects and has given many user adoptions training on SharePoint Online, Planner, Forms and Microsoft Teams.
Michelle is an MVP of Business Applications. In her projects, she integrates the possibilities between Microsoft 365 and Power Platform. She also specializes herself in Power Automate and Power Apps.
Also, she makes an active contribution to the Power Platform community, is one of the leaders of PowerApps4Kids and participates in various Power Apps and Power Automate User Groups and speak on conferences and Meetup meetings.
It should be great if I can give any help during events or do something for the community.
I can also give help as a Speaker or as a Volunteer and facilitate before or during events. So please feel free to contact me, it will be a pleasure for me to join.
You have heard a lot of the term 'Power Automate' and would like to discover this.
In this session, I will give you an introduction about Power Automate and how to get started. We will also go through a list of best practices, tips, and tricks to allow you to build a more reliable, productive and effective flows.
As a takeaway, I will show you some practical demo's, use cases and scenarios that I have been met in my projects so that you can start building your own Flow after this session.
In this session, I will show some used cases scenarios:
- Use flow bot in Teams to trigger your flows.
- Use adaptive cards in Teams,
- Start a Teams provisioning request with an approval process,
- and some other use case scenarios of how you can use Power Automate to integrate with Microsoft Teams.
Join this session and see how Teams and Power Automate can help your daily work routine become easier.
Also, you will save more time for coffee ;)
In this session, I will show some used cases scenarios with flow bot in Microsoft Teams. From a simple flow trigger to a complex business case.
In this session, I will show you how to make a Check-in location App in Power Apps. We will create a Power Automate Flow to saved the checked-in location and write the data into a SharePoint list of which Power BI will use that as a data source. In Power BI we make a Power BI report dashboard to display the data.
After this session, you will take away useful information about Power Apps, Power Automate and Power BI. Also during this demo, you will see how well integrated those applications works in Microsoft Teams.
It's not too technical, but the basic knowledge on how to maintain the Microsoft tenant and the usage of each app must be the basic.
Power Apps has released Mixed Reality capabilities. It is now possible in Power Apps to build mixed reality applications.
With the built-in components, you can view an object in 3D or view the 3D model in Mixed Reality and measure distance, area and volume.
With these features, I built a Pokemon3D game app which is one of the finalists of the Power Apps Demo Extravaganza 2020 contest.
In this session, I want to inspire you about using Mixed Reality in your Power Apps and I'll give you the steps, tips and tricks and what kind of problem I have encountered, so you don't have to reinvent the wheel.
After this session, you can start building your Mixed Reality app.
Mixed Reality, 3D, Power Apps, Tips & tricks, Steps to build your Mixed Reality Power App.
As a Microsoft 365 Consultant, I got a lot of requests to automate their business processes within SharePoint Online.
It can be a simple approval flow, get a list of data or copy a list from one to another SharePoint site, but also some complex ones like to build a whole business process within SharePoint Online.
In this session, I would like to show you some practical business case scenarios and show you how to achieve this with Power Automate flows. I will demo some flows that I have built for my customers and tells you where you can think about in your company.
Demos of Power Automate flows, use case scenarios with a combination of SharePoint Online and Power Automate.
In this session, I will show you how you can manage your own Microsoft Team self-service creation within your Microsoft 365 tenant.
I suspect your organization would like to manage this, but how to get started with?
There are multiple steps and ways to do this, and I will show you how to achieve this step by step. But the basic must be there.
We will dive into different applications and doing multiple steps. After this session, you will have a good basic knowledge of how to create your own Team self-service creation in your tenant.
Mainly a how-to, demo during this session and expect you'll have basic knowledge of Power Platform.
Microsoft Dataverse for Teams delivers a built-in, low-code data platform for Microsoft Teams. It is available for free utilizing your Microsoft 365 licenses and it enables everyone to easily build and deploy apps in Teams. It empowers users to build custom apps, bots and flows in Microsoft Teams by using Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, and Power Automate.
In this session, I will give you an introduction to getting started with Microsoft Dataverse for Teams in your organisation.
Demo and introduction of Microsoft Dataverse for Teams
29 Feb 2020
Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom