Reactions and Easier Reporting with Company Communicator

Writing today to let you all know about two new features for the Company Communicator community fork. If you update to the latest version, your users will be able to react to messages sent by the bot and their opinion will be recorded back into the database. You can use the new feature to measure... Continue Reading →

Company Communicator E-mail Fallback

Using e-mail to reach users who haven't read CC messages in Teams Recently my team got an interesting request from a customer with a frontline worker scenario. They are rolling out Teams to all their frontline workers, but at this moment the vast majority is still not running Teams in their mobile phones. They are... Continue Reading →

Company Communicator – v5.1 Merge

Hello everyone, long time no see. Writing this to communicate that I just finished the merge of v5.1 code into the community fork of Company Communicator. So please pay attention: If you are using a setup based on v4.X, you need to follow instructions documented on the v5 migration guide here. Do not sync the... Continue Reading →

Building Access Template and The “Holidays Error”

The Building Access app template for Teams is one of the most successful app templates we created. It is being used by hundreds of customers worldwide to control how employees get authorizations to work onsite during the COVID-19 crisis. It is a Microsoft Power Platform based app that supports the administration of building occupancy thresholds and social... Continue Reading →

My RC2014

Do you know what is a RC2014? It is a simple 8 bit Z80 based modular computer designed by Spencer Owen in the UK. It is inspired by the home built computers of the late 70s and computer revolution of the early 80s. It is not a clone of anything specific, but there are suggestions... Continue Reading →

Let’s Build a Minecraft Lamp

This is the first post of the Let's Build series. My intention is to share not only posts related to Microsoft software but also general technology subjects. My kids are avid Minecraft players, they do advanced stuff on the game and discuss things that I don’t really understand. Just for fun I decided to print... Continue Reading →

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