Mar 01

Configuring your tenant Conditional Access for Site Sensitivity Labels in Office 365

In my post yesterday about the public preview of Site Sensitivity Labels in office 365, I said I’d do another post about how these work and what’s required to get these working in your tenant. This is kind of important as the current documentation does NOT tell you what to configure in Conditional Access to …

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Feb 29

Site sensitivity labels in Teams, Groups and SharePoint

##UPDATE## I’ve spent the weekend updating my session ready for SPC20 in Las Vegas in May where I’ll be demoing this updated experience along with other Conditional Access Scenarios! If you register with Speaker code HUNT or from this link here, you can get $50 off the registration price! Update to Site Collection Scoped policies …

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Feb 12

Using PowerAutomate to deploy PowerAutomate (Flow deploying Flow)… Sounds like Inception?

Cobb: “Once an idea has taken hold of the brain it’s almost impossible to eradicate. An idea that is fully formed – fully understood – that sticks; right in there somewhere.” I’ve not been using Power Automate heavily in recent projects, just the odd small workflow here and there, but just recently a colleague asked …

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Jan 09

Back to work with a bang and great news that I’ll be in Vegas in May @ SPC20

For those of you that are connected to me socially or read my previous blog post about disruptive technology in Helsinki, you’ll know that 2019 ended on a bit of a health downer. While travelling to attend and speak at SharePoint Saturday in Helsinki (one of the most awesome cool cities I’ve visited), I had …

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Dec 02

The time a disruptive technology saved my life in Helsinki

Jussi Mori and Paul Hunt - Helsinki Cathedral

The tail end of 2019 was due to be a busy time of year for me, conference silly season was in full effect and even though I wasn’t speaking at Microsoft Ignite, I still had a number of SharePoint and Office 365 Saturday events (Zurich, Helsinki, Brussels, Leicester) and other conferences (O365 Connect and Thrive) …

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Mar 08

Passing a Param object to a SharePoint PowerApp list form and why it doesn’t work.

I spent a lot of my time with SharePoint classic, building small business apps using JSLink and JavaScript embedded in the pages. Nothing really fancy, just things like pre-populating fields for Parent/Child relationship lists and things like that. As I was thinking about writing a conference session on updating old solutions into the modern world, …

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Feb 27

MS Ignite the Tour – London

I’ve just spent the last two days at Microsoft Ignite the Tour – London edition staffing both the asks the experts and the demo booths in the hub area. It’s been a great experience and I’ve had some fantastic conversations with people using all aspects of Microsoft 365. On the demo booth I had the …

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Jan 13

Injecting text using Custom column formats in SharePoint Online

As I said in my post yesterday, I’ve not played with column formats much since they first came out. I liked what you could do and could see where Microsoft were going, but at the time they lacked the power of JSLink display templates and I just didn’t really have anything that I couldn’t do …

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Jan 12

Using Excel style expressions in SharePoint Custom Column Formatters

Those that have read articles on my blog in the past know that I’ve been a massive evangelist for the use of JSLink for list and library customisations in the past. Judging by the traffic we still see to the SPCSR Display Templates GitHub Repo, JSLink still remains a perfectly valid way to create custom …

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Oct 22

SharePoint 2019 has reached General Availability

So you may have noticed that I’ve been a bit remiss in posting recently.. that’s mostly down to the current chaos in my house while we build a large extension. Living out of two rooms juggling work and build activities doesn’t leave much time to getting thoughts down on paper. I’ve been spending what spare …

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