Interview with Daniel Anderson: Using Teams & SharePoint to Run Knowledge Sharing Sessions Turning Knowledge into Assets

In the days before we closed out 2021 I caught up with Daniel Anderson for a podcast where we discussed how (and why) I used Microsoft Teams and SharePoint to run regular knowledge sharing sessions within our company. With zero development you too can use your Microsoft 365 tenant to achieve the same outcome for... Continue Reading →

How to Setup Teams & Microsoft 365 for Streamlined Knowledge Sharing Sessions (aka Lunch & Learn or Brown Bag)

Knowledge Sharing Sessions If you've found this article then you are probably familiar with the term Brown Bag sessions (or one of the other creative names used for these types of meetings). Typically these are small group, informal training and learning sessions where each session focuses on a particular topic with the aim to share... Continue Reading →

Talking Office Add-ins on 365 Days of Cloud Podcast

I joined 365 Days of Cloud podcast hosts Rabia Williams and Mark Powney to discuss the journey Office Add-ins has taken over the last 10 years and why I'm so passionate about the role add-ins play in joining our systems together and delivering real productivity and efficiency gains for our workforce. Listen to podcast https://365daysofcloud.com/2020/09/20/episode-4-cameron-dwyer-talks-office-add-ins/... Continue Reading →

Countdown to the European SharePoint Conference 2019

The countdown is on to the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference – just 7 weeks to go!  If you are planning to attend, you or your team can use my coupon code ESPC19SPK to receive a special €100 discount. Book tickets.  Join me on Wednesday 4th of December for my session “Building Office Add-ins Overview: Integrate. Dominate.”  Office add-ins have the potential to keep... Continue Reading →

How to create a Microsoft Teams Messaging Extension pop-up dialog with a custom UI

Messaging Extensions in Microsoft Teams allow you to pull in data from other systems and insert into the new message the user is composing. This can be an incredible time saver for users and results in consistent and accurate data in the form of a card being inserted into the message. Most of the documentation... Continue Reading →

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