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AxioWorks Newsletter February 2023: Development of SQList new release is in full swing

Hello Reader,

Welcome to another exciting issue of our monthly Newsletter!

Each month, we try our best to bring you content that is relevant and beneficial for you. So, if you would like us to cover any specific SQList feature or if you want to learn more about any SharePoint feature then please do let us know.

What has AxioWorks been up to?

The development of SQList ver. 7.4 is in full swing and is scheduled to be released in April. For this release we are working on improving performance and including some of the most requested features. On a parallel track, we keep working on a major rewrite of some of the core components of SQList to allow connectivity to more data sources.

We are delighted to announce CSY Technical Services as an official reseller for SQList. We are actively seeking more resellers and sales partners to add to our portfolio so do reach out to us if you want to be a part of an exciting Sales Team with great commissions being offered.

The team has put together insightful content on some of the new features released by Microsoft in Power Platform and MS Lists in our bi-monthly videos on O365/SharePoint/Power Platform so do subscribe to our YouTube channel and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Focus blog entry: MS List Templates bundled with Power Automate Flow

MS Lists has become extremely easy to set up thanks to the List templates which let you create a list using a predefined template. Microsoft has made MS Lists even more powerful by adding built-in power automate flows to some of the List Templates covering some of the most common scenarios associated with the out-of-the-box scenario-driven templates.

Read all about it in this month’s article on List templates with bundled Workflows.

O365 feature of the month: Create new MS Lists using Flow-enabled Templates in MS Teams

MS List templates bundled with Power Automate Flows are so cool that we decided to do a vlog on it as well in which we will show you how this feature works, where the flows are stored in the Power Platform environment, and how to set them up while creating new Lists in MS Teams.

If you want to know more details about this feature, check out the video blog explaining how it works: Create MS List using flow-enabled Templates in MS Teams

Featured content

Here is a small selection of interesting articles/vlogs from the net.

How to create a video playlist for Stream Videos

Recently SharePoint lists and Microsoft Lists got a new playlist template that can be used to create playlists of Videos hosted in SharePoint that are reproduced in the new version of Microsoft Stream.
Read more…

How to integrate Chat GPT into the Power Platform

In this video, you will learn about how to easily integrate Chat GPT into Power Platform using Open AI.
Read more…

An Introduction To Power BI Dashboard

In this article, the author will discuss the basics of Power BI Desktop and demonstrate how to create a Power BI dashboard using Power BI Desktop.
Read more…

That’s all folks, till next time.

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