Microsoft Flow: The field ‘FieldName’ is not supported in query. The lookup list is in another web.

For one of my projects I’ve been using a SharePoint lookup field called MapRef. This is a lookup field that was created within the top of the the site collection … read the microsoft-flow-the-field-fieldname-is-not-supported-in-query-the-lookup-list-is-in-another-web post

Migrate to Microsoft Flow from SharePoint Designer practical examples – part 1 – Clone list items

After yesterday’s post about migrating from SharePoint Designer to Microsoft Flow I will start today with a series of posts with practical examples of losing the Work in your Workflow … read the microsoft-flow-migrate-to-sharepoint-designer-practical-examples-part-1-clone-list-items post

Migrate from SharePoint Designer to Power Automate

Recently I’ve looked at many SharePoint Designer workflows and migrated them to Microsoft Flow or Azure Logic Apps. There isn’t really a set approach that will work for all but … read the microsoft-flow-how-to-migrate-from-sharepoint-designer-to-flow-or-azure-logic-apps post

You’re missing out! Ask your IT administrator for access to Microsoft Teams

Today I will look at the You’re missing out! message reported in Microsoft Teams. You’re missing out! Ask your IT administrator for access to Microsoft Teams Getting Microsoft Teams to … read the microsoft-teams-education-youre-missing-out-ask-your-it-administrator-for-access-to-microsoft-teams post

Office 365 SharePoint online vs SharePoint 2016 – Composed looks.

With the latest releases of PnP PowerShell in SharePoint 2016 I’ve tried exporting sites ( Get-PnPProvisioningTemplate) and then apply the template to another site Get-PnPProvisioningTemplate.  When I do this I noticed … read the office-365-sharepoint-online-vs-sharepoint-2016-composed-looks post