Title: WYSIWYG Business Cards App in SharePoint Online using Nintex Forms and Workflow for Office 365 apps
A solution showcase session. ‘What you see is what you get’ in this business cards app for Office 365 SharePoint Online using Nintex forms and workflow apps for Office 365.
Your customer has a business need where they want to preview their cards order as it would appear in print before they submit their request.
They want to preload user information when they log in to the system. When they submit their request, the manager who handles the processing should get ALL details of user submitting request with a means to view the requests in site.Anyone in the organization can submit request for cards and the manager should have access to everything in the system.
In this session, attendees will learn how to create apps in Office 365 SharePoint online with preview panel of their data containing logged in user profile information as well as customize/ brand their forms.
#SharePoint, #Office365 and the Cloud and #Nintex apps for Office 365
Introductory / Intermediate
Swetha Sankaran is an Office 365 SharePoint online expert working with SharePoint and Microsoft BI stack since 2008. Currently focusing on Office 365 user adoption, apps, forms and workflows processes to automate several business processes from manual/ paper based forms.
She is a Microsoft Certified Specialist(SharePoint and Business Intelligence), Nintex Certified Forms and Workflow Professional, Computer Engineer, President – Women in SharePoint DC,ProductivityEDU and Co-Chair #FEDSPUG
Today is one of those days, where you feel like all the efforts you put selflessly do have good karma associated with them that the universe keeps track of and gives back at a most desired time and place.
#blessed and #humbled to be surrounded by some of the kindest people I’ve met via IT usergroups in Northern VA and Washington DC at Microsoft Corporation events. So many great things to be thankful for and this touched all our hearts today, immensely.
Thanks Jason and Tim! Your recommendations filled my family with pride and joy & that meant a LOT to me. 🙂
I have very few memories of my dear departed dad,
1. But, his advice ‘When you pass-away, you should ensure that your footprints are left behind for others to follow and remember you by, as a leader that lead by example and not as a spectator’ is deeply rooted in my mind. I think I’m slowly,softly but surely imprinting my own prints in the world, one foot at a time.
2. Second he passed on by example. I might have been three or four at that time and was pestering him to take me home after a very long walk in the hot sun. We were almost near our destination where he spotted a really tired, shriveled looking older lady looking lost by a bus stop. He wanted to go ask if she was OK, I protested saying I want to go home, for which he patiently explained how it is important to not just help those that ask for, but to be there for those that are in need of help but can’t ask or even don’t know how to. She didn’t even have sandals in the hot tar road. He gave away his sandals, gave money for her trip, waited till the bus arrived and specifically instructed the conductor to drop her off wherever her hometown was. He gave the money he had and then the lady thanking him profusely with teary eyes, held me tight and gave me a kiss.
She blessed me and said I should be as good and kind as he was. I, to this day remember that incident and so many other incidents when my mom literally gave away ALL that she had to support those that were in need on several occasions and literally built from scratch-successfully that too, all the while she herself didn’t have much to build up on, but confidence and family support.This is where I come from, who I am and will always strive to be. This is why I am the way I am too I guess. Could be perceived as right/ wrong, its all just a relative term and to each owns interpretation isnt’ it!? 🙂
Immaterial of the outcomes of any voluntary or involuntary actions or reactions mine, be some desired and the rest imposed upon, I must say, The Universe has been consistently kind to me and I am grateful for all that it brings my way. Family, friends, acquaintances and adversaries. They all enrich my life, and aid me in becoming a better human being.
What I have here and now, that guiding angel whoever it be,always seems to have my back, are that continues to keep me going strong, chiseling me to its desired perfection. All relative ofcourse, but all heartfelt and genuine. God bless you all kind folks out there. who expressed their opinion of who they think I am. As always I will strive to give my BEST and then some more, leaving no stone un-turned to do justice for all the kind words.
May peace of mind, love and laughter be with you always and for ever!
Thanks again Jason, Tim, Rima and above all Mack Sigman, who has been my huge support!
Hope to be successful in any service role I undertake, for I truly believe I can make a difference and anyone that knows me, know my passion for this. 🙂
Hope to continue collaborating even more with you all via WSPDC-FEDSPUG and I am positive that our community will only grow stronger than ever on the cloud and in-person.
Can’t wait to see you all soon! Have a blessed eve and weekend! 🙂
It wouldn’t be exaggerating to say that it was a training heaven of sorts for any Office 365/ SharePoint geek. Be it a curious user, an inquisitive beginner or a passionate proponent of Office 365 SharePoint, there were boat loads to learn from the various tracks offered in the conference.
Governance, Security, Development, Search and MUCH MUCH MORE taught by none other than the most respected MVP SMEs of Microsoft and Microsoft product leaders themselves.
What more could an attendee ask for? Wait…what? Training materials from the sessions, as well?
Oh! no worries…you got those too AND ALL of them sesssions, immaterial of which track you chose to attend. You get ’em all thanks to the smart planning and generosity of SharePoint Fest conference planners! WOOT! You guys rock!
I got them ALL, therefore, my team & organization gets them all as well. DOUBLE WOOT!
So much to adapt and implement and its all for the better.
BIGGEST TAKEAWAY for me personally were two things
This line by Mr. Benjamin Niaulin “Me/ We and WE+Process is OneDrive/Office365 Groups and Team Sites” This explanation, answered a lot of questions I had.
Info about the upcoming webinar on “FUTURE OF SHAREPOINT & ONEDRIVE”.
ANY organization public, private or in-between, that is doing ANYTHING, cloud(Office 365), Hybrid(On Prem & O365) or On-Premise SharePoint, MUST attend this FREE webinar on May 4th. May the 4th better be with youif you want to know what is coming your cloud way, so you can better plan and implement several features and support your end-users with their Office 365 and SharePoint implementations.
What if you can’t attend this session you ask? No-worries, you can always watch the recorded video of the event later.
What if you refuse to watch the video too you ask? Well, then you’ll just be left behind. 🙂 And no one wants that for oneself or their environments. Well all know that second and third hand news becomes diluted. Hearing for ourselves from the ones who ARE the masters of the topic is the best way to stay in the lead.
So, without further ado and after all that build up: Here is what Microsoft has to say about the event-
“Come celebrate SharePoint and see
unveil our new vision and roadmap for SharePoint and OneDrive for Business, both on-premises and in the cloud with Office 365.
Following the live keynote from San Francisco there will be a number of on-demand sessions detailing our upcoming innovations. Whether you’re a user, IT pro, or developer, we’ll have a lot to share as part of this historic moment.”
If this LANDING THE FUTURE OF SHAREPOINT keynote is anything like the keynotes from SharePoint Fest DC Conference, then we all are in for a treat. CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW TO REGISTER FOR THE SESSION- NOW
What? March #FEDSPUG #WSPDC #ProductivityEDU session
Building a Configuration Management Database (CMDB) on SharePoint Online
All IT departments need to keep track of assets for which they are responsible from the physical servers, virtual servers, switches, to IP addresses, software, licenses, and other less tangible things. Many shops keep all of their IP addresses on a spreadsheet and prove just how bad it is when multiple people need access at any given time. Scott is going to show you how to keep track of all of those configurable items using SharePoint to improve your IT shop’s collaboration and communication because 90% of all downtime is due to a bad change in the environment. Starting with the CMDB, you’ll see how you can expand it to enable change management, release management, and more based on the ITIL framework.
Scott Brewster has been involved in SharePoint since 2008 and got his MCTS in MOSS 2007 Configuration in September 2008. He then started working as a farm administrator, but has been mainly focused on the web front end and client-side configuration since October 2012. Most of his clients have been with the government in the intelligence community or the Department of Defense. He works for Xcelerate Solutions in McLean, VA, automating their business processes on Office 365 and helping them prepare for their own SharePoint offering.
Speaking in front of a group of people can be nervous experience for some of us and its totally OK. Not everyone is devoid of stage fear/ fear of presenting ideas. Perhaps we feel like our ideas aren’t worth sharing, or maybe we don’t feel confident about our presentation skills or it could be anything else that puts a mental block for us when we ponder speaking speaking in front of a group of people.
Whatever be our case or story, anyone who wants to speak in front of anyone else, will definitely benefit from checking out this awesome #Nintex blog on public speaking, where Nintex experts share their tips and tricks that works for them. We can learn from each other and a lot from this post.
Feeling #excited and fortunate to be included in the list and happy to contribute. Thanks Tammy Batey! 🙂
If I can speak, so can you! If you have a story to tell (Office365/SharePoint/Nintex related – lessons learnt, solutions implemented, hurdles crossed) and want to share, email me at email@example.com
Perhaps we can have you share your story in our next #WSPDC, #FEDSPUG usergroup session in our 15 minutes of fame section or a full section even! Limitless possibilities. 🙂
Peace, love and happy SharePointing on the cloud. Oh! and a very happy new year!