April 2020 Meeting

April 9th, 11:30 am

Topic: Build your first Microsoft Teams App without a single line of code!
Location: via Microsoft Teams (link sent the day of the meeting)
: Seb Levert, Office Development MVP
Cost: FREE

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Topic Details

Microsoft Teams offer an amazing ecosystem for developers to build applications that deliver high value to your organization, but if you are not a developer, this could seem like a tough challenge.

In this session, join Microsoft MVP Sébastien Levert to learn how you can leverage native tools like the App Studio and use your existing investments to magically transform them into Microsoft Teams Apps! We will also look at how Microsoft Power Automate can deliver great content to your Teams channel to keep you up to date with all the signals that happen around you. By the end of this session, not only you will be able to use those apps for yourself, but you will also learn how to distribute them across your entire organization!

In this session, attendees will learn how to use the App Studio, they will get a basic knowledge of Power Automate adaptive cards action to bring content into Microsoft Teams and they will also learn the apps governance around Microsoft Teams.

Be sure to forward this meeting info to your colleagues and friends!

Speaker Details

Seb Levert

Seb Levert is an Office Development MVP working at Valo Intranet, the product that will make you fall in love with your intranet! He is a Product Owner & Evangelist and is helping his partners & customers reach their business and technology goals by ensuring that quality and simplicity are always the focus in Valo Intranet deployments around the world. Seb speaks regularly at conferences somewhere on the planet. When he gets his hands dirty behind a keyboard coding, he’s building solutions mainly with client-side technologies levering all aspects of the Microsoft Cloud, including the Microsoft Graph and Office 365. You can read Seb’s blog at www.sebastienlevert.com and you can follow his tweets at @sebastienlevert.

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