Flow: Work past the 30-day limit

I wrote a post over on the Flow Community Blog about one way to deal with the current limitation in Microsoft Flow that only allows a Flow to run for 30 days at the most. The basic idea I had was to check a scheduled date in a list on a recurring basis, and if…

SharePoint Saturday San Diego 2018

Southern California in mid-January… who doesn’t want that? And a day full of SharePoint learning on top of that – and beer with friends afterward… can’t be beat! We were looking for something to do during January that wasn’t too far away from northern California where we spent November and December, because we need to…

WitGirls podcast

Super stoked to have been the first guest on the WitGirls podcast this week! This is a relatively new podcast (this was Episode #6) hosted by Lise Rasmussen and Christina Gibson out of Sweden. According to their website… There aren’t many podcasts by women in our genre and that is the reason I wanted to…

SharePoint Saturday Cambridge 2017

I was honored to be able to present a session on Microsoft Flow at SharePoint Saturday Cambridge this year, on September 9… I’d never been to Cambridge, and I was especially happy to be able to reunite with my Lightning Tools colleagues as well! The event is run in conjunction with a SQL Saturday –…

Flow: Copy a Team Flow

The Microsoft Flow team announced yesterday that the “Save As” feature is now available for Team Flows. It was previously only available for your own Flows. The use case might be a Flow you shared with your co-workers so they could run it on demand, and then you find that an additional, similar yet different,…

SharePoint Saturday Baltimore 2017

I had the honor of presenting a session at this year’s SharePoint Saturday Baltimore event, which is one I hadn’t ever attended. It took place this year at Phoenix Technology Solutions in Columbia MD. My session was an introductory “Making Your Life Easier with Microsoft Flow”, and the slides are available via this link: Microsoft Flow…