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Connecting web parts in SharePoint allows you to make the user experience more dynamic and richer. In the first part of this blog, we have shown you how to connect the file viewer web part and document library web part. You can also learn how to connect the list properties web part and list web part, and the connection between embed web part ad list web part in the previous edition of this blog series. This blog is the continuation of the embed web part – list web part connection. Today we will tell you how to connect these web parts to show an image and a map as required.
With technology and its different manifestations pervading our workplaces and personal spaces, reminders have emerged to be an integral part of our social fabric and personal lives. Right from Facebook's birthday reminders to the task reminders in Outlook, reminders have become a part of our day-to-day response mechanisms.
While working in SharePoint, Content Types is something you would have heard often. In fact, everything in SharePoint revolves around Content Types. For that matter, you have been unknowingly using it ever since you started using SharePoint.
SharePoint lists are used by teams around the world to access, share, and collaborate around structured data. Enhancing the capability further, Microsoft has endowed users with a powerful capability to build apps utilizing SharePoint lists as a data source using PowerApps.
Do you often come across PowerApps links and tiles while working in your Office 365 environment? Did you try it for 5 minutes and couldn’t really figure out what it is? In this post, let’s get started with PowerApps and we will go over how you can create PowerApp for a SharePoint List!