Use Power Automate to Change Creator, Created on, Last Modified on and Modified by in a SharePoint List Item or Document Item
This is courtesy of the following authors. They got it all there but I’m putting it here on my personal blog for future reference and quicker for me to copy. Read the comments in their post as they have pointed a lot of improvements to it. MVP John Liu: https://johnliu.net/blog/2019/2/flowninja-hack-78-modifying-modified-by-and-modified-time-with-microsoft-flow MVP Andrew Koltyakov – https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/list-items-system-update-options-sharepoint-online-andrew-koltyakov/ […]
Simplify SharePoint user selections using Power Apps’ Patch function. This code snippet enables multi-select choices from a Combo Box, efficiently updating a SharePoint list’s multi-select person column. Option A – Assign to variable first then use the variable in Patch Option B – Directly do in Patch
Canvas apps can be co-owned or have the owner replaced. If an owner is leaving, they can share the app through the Maker portal. This change does not affect the users with whom it is shared. If the owner of the app leaves without adding a co-owner, an admin can change the owner through PowerShell. […]
1. Update the properties in your Hour dropdown to the following Items Default 2. Add a new Dropdown and let’s name it dropDownAMPM Items Defaults 3. Update Property of the DataCard of your patch If you need to submit it with only Time Value If you need to submit it with a Date Value
In this guide, you’ll learn how to implement a label that dynamically changes based on the time of day and incorporates the user’s first name for a personalised touch Code explanation: Overall, this code is used to generate a personalised greeting for the user based on the current time of day and their first name.
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I discovered the hard way that prior ReactJS knowledge was required to dive into creating custom components for SharePoint and PowerApps. Here are three free resources I used to learn it: https://scrimba.com/ I did find egghead.io‘s free resources and codecademy.com‘s free trial but Scrimba would be my personal favourite.