• 365 Message Center #63 @regarding365 #RE365

    365 Message Center Show #63 – Recap

    In this week’s episode of the 365 Message Center Show, there were several Outlook messages (new experience previews in the client and on the web, removal of the Groups footnote in emails, suggested replies, & block meeting invites from being forwarded), Insights in Excel (watch this space!!), preparedness for Hurricane Florence, and more! 1:40 Modern library content types and document templates in SharePoint Online – Read announcement MC147664  — Darrell talked about this more in the last episode – this update makes it easier for content creators to add template options to document libraries in SharePoint 3:35 Outlook for Windows user experience updates and Coming Soon preview pane – Read announcement MC147699 — This…

  • SharePoint Dashboards using Power BI – Nashville Excel & Power BI User Group

    I am presenting at the Nashville Modern Excel user group on April 13, 2017 – come join us! My talk will focus on using SharePoint to build business intelligence dashboards with Power BI and Excel. Register on the user group site: Nashville Excel & Power BI User Group [UPDATE] Thank you to everyone who attended my presentation – what a great group!

  • Power BI Mobile

    Securely Embed Power BI Reports in SharePoint

    The business intelligence landscape in SharePoint has a new and improved story to tell with Power BI! Join me on April 13th at the Nashville Excel & Power BI User Group – I present a session on Power BI Dashboards in SharePoint Online. The presentation will be heavy on demos as I walk through the BI options in SharePoint – using list views, Excel, and Power BI – to tell great data stories. I will also show the awesomeness of the Power BI mobile app on iOS! The meeting is free and lunch is provided! Register: Nashville Excel & Power BI Meetup

  • Building Business Intelligence Dashboards with SharePoint Data – December 1st 2015

    I will be co-presenting at the Nashville Business Intelligence User Group meeting this month. We will be walking attendees through creating dashboards using Power BI and I will be focusing on using SharePoint data. I will show how to use Excel to create dashboards within SharePoint web part pages – first with an export of a SharePoint list and then an import of a SharePoint list into Excel. We will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each method. I will then show linking to the same SharePoint list data using the Power BI Desktop application and then publishing it to Power BI. [UPDATE] The meeting went really well – Tammy…