Washington, D.C.

Friday 1:50 PM - 3:00 PM · Room 149a

Viva Dashboard: What is it? How to use it and how to make it your own

Eric Overfield

Eric Overfield

Microsoft MVP, RD & MCT

The Viva Dashboard is one of Viva Connections' most powerful yet misunderstood components. The Dashboard pulls the tools your employees need in a quick and easily consumable dashboard that they can access in the office or on the go. Dynamic interactive dashboard cards allow employees to complete simple tasks or review critical data right in the flow of their work.

But what's possible? And how do you set up our Dashboard for success? Join Microsoft MVP & Regional Director Eric Overfield as he walks you through the Viva Dashboard, why your team should be using it today, and how you can tailor it to your team's specific needs. The Dashboard can be built with no code, or a developer can create custom cards to meet the specific needs of an organization - he'll show you both!

In this session: • Viva Connection's Dashboard 101 • Dashboard dynamic cards 101 • Learn how to create cards without any code • Discover what's possible when creating custom Adaptive Card Extensions • See community card samples that you can leverage for your team • Live demos of Viva Connections Dashboard in action

Friday 1:50 PM - 3:00 PM · Room 152a

Microsoft Power Apps: Building Responsive Design Apps for Every Device

Paul Papanek Stork

Paul Papanek Stork

Microsoft MVP, MCM & MBA

Power Apps is a great no-code tool lets "citizen developers" create applications that are designed to run on Desktop PCs, Web Browsers, Tablets, and Mobile devices.

But if you want to avoid building 3 or 4 different versions of your App you need to know how to design your Power App to adjust for different sizes, resolutions, rotation, and types of layouts.

In this session we'll review all the Tips and Tricks you need to know to easily build one Power App that will adjust to work on any device that supports Power Apps and look good in the process.

Friday 1:50 PM - 3:00 PM · Room 150b

Power Automate for Microsoft 365 Developers

Prashant G Bhoyar

Prashant G Bhoyar

Microsoft MVP & MCT

Power Automate helps us to create intelligent automated workflows between your favorite apps and services to get notifications, synchronize files, collect data, and do much more.

Power Automate ( Microsoft Flow ) has opened a Pandora box of features that developers can use to build real-life enterprise-grade solutions using the low code paradigm. For example calling the SharePoint REST APIs, calling Microsoft Graph APIs, calling External web services, and integrating with Azure services such as Azure Functions and Azure Dev Ops.

In this demo-driven session, we will cover how developers can use some of the rich feature sets of Power Automate ( Microsoft Flow ) and build real-life enterprise-grade business applications.

You will learn: • How to consume the REST Endpoints using Power Automate ( Microsoft Flow ) • How to consume Microsoft Graph APIs using Power Automate ( Microsoft Flow ) • How to call Azure Function from Power Automate ( Microsoft Flow ) • How to build enterprise-grade business applications in Microsoft 365 using Power Automate ( Microsoft Flow ) • How to convert Power Automate ( Microsoft Flow ) to Logic Apps

Friday 1:50 PM - 3:00 PM · Room 149b

SharePoint Framework app analytics solutions with Azure Application Insights

Andrew Connell

Andrew Connell

Microsoft MVP

Do you know where your SharePoint Framework (SPFx) components are running? What sites and pages are using it? What versions are they using? And now that SPFx components can be used outside of SharePoint, including things like Microsoft Teams, Viva Connections, & Office apps. What about how people are using them? Are they web apps, desktop apps, or mobile apps? These things are key to building better apps & troubleshooting issues… it’s basic analytics!

Unfortunately, Microsoft doesn’t give us any tools to figure this out, but with just a little bit of code & Azure Application Insights, you can have a robust reporting solution that does just this, and in this session, I’ll show you how to do it without much effort.

Friday 1:50 PM - 3:00 PM · Room 150a

Automating document processes with Microsoft Power Automate

Ben Vanderberg

Ben Vanderberg

Principal Developer Evangelist at Adobe

There are so many necessary documents for an organization and being able to help automate them can make an enormous difference.

In this session, we will see how you can automate that in Microsoft Power Automate with Adobe PDF Services and Adobe Sign: • Generate Word and PDF documents from data using Adobe Document Generation • Protect, Combine, OCR, and perform other actions on PDFs • Send and capture e-signatures