Last week while attending the MVP Summit, I had the honor of presenting at the O365 Seattle meetup as part of their MVP night.
I presented O365 Column Formatting with Column Formatter. It seemed to resonate well and I think more people with take advantage of both O365 Column Formatting and the PnP Column Formatter.
There were other great presentations by Kevin Crossman and Seb Levert along with a great Q&A with a full panel of MVPs from across the globe.
It was a fantastic event and I was grateful to be a part of it. My only regret is that I was on an early flight out and had to skip SharePint. Thank you to the organizers, MVPs, and all the attendees!
- O365 Seattle: Meetup
- My Slides: O365 Column Formatting with Column Formatter – Redmond
- PnP Column Formatter
2 thoughts on “Thank you O365 Seattle!”
Thank you Chris! We appreciate the visit. I love what you shared and have already used basic formatting.
Next step will be adding a Flow button to a column to interact with a specific record item.
Thanks! There’s a helpful repository of column formatting samples including one for launching a flow for an item by Yannick Borghmans: https://github.com/SharePoint/sp-dev-column-formatting/tree/master/samples/generic-start-flow
In fact, I’ve just recently adapted that sample to be used as a wizard in Column Formatter and will be releasing it as part of v1.2 in the next day or so.
Please reach out if you have any questions or run into any trouble!