Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Forms to the Flow, to the List, to the Team and Yammer using conditions and approvals

I had a lot of fun writing the last blog on approvals. So I'd thought I would double down and use the Forms app with Flow and Lists which we can surface into Teams and then push out to Yammer by the way of conditions and approvals. I thought it would just be cool to cover a real world scenario which you could apply, customise to your needs to take parts and use them in your own flow. Rather unusually given the length and amount of apps involved I haven't got much to say - I really hope you really enjoy this one

Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Microsoft Teams Loves Microsoft Lists Pt 1

When Microsoft Lists was announced back at Build in May 2020, it was also announced that in addition to the core web app experience Lists would have both its own dedicated mobile app and be integrated with Microsoft Teams. Well, that integration with Teams has arrived. As of 03/09/2020 the Lists app was showing in Ring 4 (GA) and this blog will merge a previous series I wrote about the core web app experience called Microsoft Lists Fundamentals into The Teams Real Simple with Pictures series

Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Using a Lists Extension to share Lists and List Items in Teams

By definition, extensions are small software modules for customizing and personalising applications. They are typically used with browsers, such as this office browser extension for Edge which gives the user direct access to Office files right out of the browser. A good extension can improve functionality, fill functionality gaps or even create greater synergy between applications. Having already reviewed the Share To Teams extension in EDGE back in December when Joao Ferreira created it, I was very much intrigued last week when Joao released another extension for Microsoft Lists in order to share both Lists and List Items into Teams. As I had recently written on Microsoft Lists in a two part Fundamentals series, I thought this would be a nice extension of that series. I can't begin to convey how much I respect guys like Joao who push the envelope of apps we work with on a day to day basis in order to make them better, and our lives a little bit easier