Roland Oldengarm - Independent IT Contractor

Living in the coolest little capital Wellington, New Zealand!

Month: May 2016

How to: Send an email if a Salesforce opportunity is won using Microsoft Flow

After my blog post yesterday about Flow, I got a request from a user to build a Flow for Salesforce that does something when an Opportunity is closed, and checks if it was won or lost.

I love feedback, so I decided to build that flow. The result? Check out below email:

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A first look at Microsoft Flow: IFTTT on steroids

If you’ve followed my blog, you know I’ve been looking at PowerApps. PowerApps consists of two parts: Flows (formerly Logic Flow App) and just Apps. Flows allowed you to do things like “If someone tweets about my company, send me an email”, or “When a record is added to SalesForce, add an item to a SharePoint List”. Microsoft has now taken out Flows / Logic Flow Apps, and released it as a separate product: Flow. I think this is a good step, PowerApps can then focus on enabling power users to create mobile apps. I will briefly discuss what Flow is, and show an example of an automated tweet translator emailer. Continue reading

Part 2: Embed a Power BI Report in a SharePoint Site

This is part 2 of the blog post series: How to embed a Power BI Report in SharePoint. Please check Part 1, where I’ve shown how to embed a Power BI report in a provider hosted add-in. In this part I will show you how this report can be added to SharePoint as a custom web part. I’ve also improved the solution I built in Part 1, for example it’s also possible to embed an entire report, and not only one tile. All source code is on GitHub.

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