I had the honor of attending and speaking at SPTechCon West this week. It was great! I attended several really awesome sessions, attendees were super engaged, and I even got some sweet swag. Even better? I crushed Vlad Catrinescu at Mario Kart on the same big screen we both presented on the next day.
Getting the Most out of SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP)
On Monday I presented one of my favorite sessions. This session is like a sampler platter of the awesome stuff the PnP team and community has made available for everyone to use and learn from. There were lots of people who hadn’t heard of PnP, which means their jobs are now going to be so much easier. Whoo!
There was a lot of great feedback and participation. People were very excited about Page Transformation for Modernization and, as always, PnP PowerShell. The samples and contribution opportunities were also of great interest.
Slides: Getting the Most out of SharePoint Patterns and Practices
List Formatting in O365 and 2019
Earlier today I got to present on my other favorite topic: List Formatting. Unfortunately, I got over ambitious and tried to fill my session with tons of information AND demos. I ran out of time. Sadness.
It was a big crowd and lots of people were very excited about the amazing things you can do with List Formatting. I had lots of people asking questions afterwards and even helped setup some formats for attendees right in the room. That’s the power of List Formatting, we can apply them with no installations, deployments, or admin privileges!
Slides: O365 List Formatting
Thank you so much to all the attendees, speakers, sponsors, and organizers. SPTechCon has lots of user targeted information, but so many of the sessions went into a lot of depth that I left with lots of great tips and I’m sure everyone else did too!
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Thx for the slides, very useful.
I tried to change the contact-card example, to have a link to start instant messaging with a contact. But as soon I change the href to “href”: “=’im:’ + [$sipaddress]” the result fails.
Do you know if this is possible?
Unfortunately, no. Only http, https, and mailto protocols are allowed in generated links. But this could be a good UserVoice entry. If you submit it as a suggestion, let me know and I’ll vote it up!
Here the uservoice suggestion:
Voted and shared, thanks!