Power Apps with Teams Meetings Extensibility

Microsoft Teams has brand new extensibility points that will enable developers to expand the meeting experience. With this new capability, developers are able to build apps or integrate existing ones within the meeting surface and provide richer collaboration experiences for users across the entire meeting lifecycle – covering events and actions from before, during, and... Continue Reading →

COVID19 Building Access App: Community Led Improvements

Desk Reservations, Floor Maps, Impersonation,  Improved Notifications, and much more… Hello there, since the launch of the BAR App (Building Access App) the community has been very active and we have many variations being created and shared. Our customers always have specific (sometimes crazy) requirements to unblock the app usage and it is unfortunate when... Continue Reading →

New Stuff!

July marks the start of the new Microsoft fiscal year. Multiple announcements and news. In this post I’m aggregating some of the new stuff. New Return to the Workplace App You all remember the announcement we made a few weeks ago on the Building Access App (a return to Office scenario). Well, the idea got... Continue Reading →

COVID19 – Back to Office App

During the last three weeks I had the chance to see an idea become reality in a super short time. When I started in my current team, my colleagues were just starting to think about scenarios that could be useful for our customers in our new reality and that could show the power of Microsoft... Continue Reading →

Integrating Microsoft Teams in Custom Apps

The post today is focusing on how integrate Microsoft Teams in custom applications. You may need to create a meeting from your web site, make your CRM system create meetings and send invites to your customers or even incorporate Teams in a custom mobile application you are developing.To understand what is possible today and what... Continue Reading →

Connecting Power BI to Microsoft Graph

Long time ago I remember connecting directly to Microsoft Graph from Power BI using the ODATA connector. Even the Web Connector used to work ok when we used organizational auth. Then this week I saw a video created by Joao Lucindo (TSP here in Brazil) creating a custom connector just to extract information from Graph.... Continue Reading →

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