Solutions Day 2

Get all of the recordings from Solutions Day 2 to learn how 6 everyday, "no-code" solutions are built using the Power Platform, SharePoint, Teams and Azure AD.


The 6 solutions presented at Solutions Day 2:

  • Creating a document archival process with SharePoint and Power Automate
  • How to create, manage and inspect your inventory using the Power Platform
  • Automate a weekly reminder of upcoming due dates for your team using Power Automate
  • How to build a Vacation Booking solution in the Power Platform
  • Managing your User accounts with the Power Platform
  • How to build a Time Recording Application in Power Apps

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Want to Learn how to build real-world solutions using the Power Platform, Teams & SharePoint?

If you're looking to get ahead of the curve and build solutions on top of Microsoft's cutting-edge technology, then this Solutions Day is for you!

Watch as industry experts show how they developed six powerful solutions using Power Platform, SharePoint and Microsoft Teams. 

With the sessions from Collab365 Solutions Day, you'll get insight into the tools and techniques you need to start creating amazing solutions for your business. 

Is Solutions Day for me?

Our belief at Collab365 is that we learn better by building real-world solutions rather than struggling to apply theory based knowledge from courses that you quickly forget. So, if you'd like to see what is possible in the Power Platform by examining real-world solutions, this event content is ideal for you..

What did the community think about Sol Day?
Have a read of the comments on this post to see what attendees thought of the day.

"There are not enough humans to code fast enough to build 450 million apps."

There's never been a better time to learn the Power Platform and become a highly-paid, no-code developer.


News Organisation

"At Microsoft, a simple run of the numbers on how many apps will be built in the next five years shows how critical low-code and no-code software will become. Microsoft expects 500 million new apps to be built in the next half decade, which is more than all the apps built in the last 40 years.

“If that’s true, 450 million have to be built with a low-code tool,” said Charles Lamanna, corporate vice president of the citizen applications platform at Microsoft. “There are not enough humans to code fast enough to build that many. Professional developers should focus on harder challenges than another expense submission form or approval form.”?

Source: CNBC News

 Solution #1 

Creating a document archival process with SharePoint and Power Automate

When old procedures, policies, or drafts are no longer needed and shouldn't appear in search results anymore (potentially confusing users seeking the most current, accurate information), we are sometimes tempted to delete them. However, some documents need to be kept longer or may need to be referenced in a year or more even if we don't actively use them anymore (or if we don't want others to).


Build an approval process that triggers from the Status Column.

Keep primary libraries clear whilst preserving archived documents for the future

Create Document Status Column for SharePoint Libraries.

Automatically move the files to a secure location after approval occurs

reasons to WATCH

  • You will see how SharePoint document libraries can do more than host files
  • Pick up plenty of actionable tips and tricks to use in your own solutions Power Automate and SharePoint solutions.
  • Understand how to build an approval process in Power Automate
  • You can ask Nate questions throughout the session to understand why and how he built it.

This session will be presented by Nate Chamberlain MVP.

 Solution #2 

How to create, manage and inspect your inventory using the Power Platform

During this session, we will show you the steps to plan and conceptualise the solution and create a prototype. We will also explain how we leverage Power Automate and Power Apps to remind and schedule inventory checks based on a list of information stored in SharePoint.

You'll find out how you could structure the data for entry-level Microsoft 365 licences—proving that a fully-functional solution like this can be achieved without Premium connectors. 

you will learn how to ...

Build an Inventory checking App Quickly

Create and Manage your Inventory using SharePoint Lists and Lookup Columns

Notify and Inform People of Upcoming Inventory Checks

Use Galleries to Unlock User Interaction Options

Use Power Automate To Schedule a diary of Future inspections


  • Understand how to create simple relationships in your SharePoint lists
  • See how  Gallery Options can be used creatively to alter the user interaction
  • Discover how Power Automate can be utilised for trigger reminders and quickly automate your business process

This session will be presented by Jon Manderville

 Solution #3 

Automate a weekly reminder of upcoming due dates for your team using Power Automate

Whether your lists are helping track upcoming events, due dates, expirations, or deadlines, your team could probably use some help staying informed and on track as items are added and updated. We can use Power Automate to create a weekly digest or reminder of upcoming dates and share that via a Teams channel conversation post or an email. In this session, you'll learn how to create a reminder solution that filters a list of items to those due in the current week and shares them consistently and automatically.


Automatically filter a list's items to those with dates occurring that week.

How to post upcoming task dates from the list into your chosen teams channel

Share the filtered list on a scheduled basis using Teams messages and emails. 

Use a list to manage due dates, expirations or deadlines.


  • Learn how lists can be used to store and track dates for tasks and activities.
  • See how Power Automate can filter lists and share the results elsewhere.
  • See how a relatively simple solution can improve consistency and efficiency of internal communications.

This session will be presented by Nate Chamberlain MVP.

 Solution #4 

How to build a vacation booking solution in the Power Platform

Heavily influenced by our 5-Day Challenge, you'll take a seat on a condensed journey through multiple Microsoft 365 services to build a vacation booking solution. Through the eyes of one of our support coaches, we'll dive more into the decision-making process, creating a data infrastructure, and utilizing the Power Platform to solve a real problem we experienced as a team.


Create an application to submit and manage your vacation requests.

Deploy a SharePoint site/Microsoft Team to administratively track requests and approvals.

Implement alerts, chatbots and manage holiday directly within Teams.

Oversee an approval process to manage staff availability with Power Automate.

Produce intuitive Power BI Dashboards to monitor and assist in make better planning decisions.


  • Create a SharePoint list to store and track requests
  • Built, used and enhanced for the real world.
  • Input and Display information in a Power App

This session will be presented by Connor Deasey

 Solution #5 

Managing your User accounts with the Power Platform

A new hire starts, and who has all the information about the new employee? I bet it's usually HR. What about when a user quits? Goes on leave? Most of the time, the IT department isn't the first to know. When they find out, it's usually through a ticket that may or may not have all the information.

What if you could give HR (or, frankly, anyone else) the ability to manage users in Azure AD without giving them access to Azure AD? You could also put specific controls around what they can update when approval is needed and even the formatting of updates. In this session, we'll walk you through the structure and process for creating a solution using the Power Platform to do just that!


Create a SharePoint list to manage your users.

Integrate the SharePoint list with Azure AD to make updates to users.

Use Power Apps to build an interface for managing user updates.


  • IT isn’t always up-to-date with changes to employees; provide that ability to people who are.
  • Limit how and what properties can be updated in Azure AD.
  • You want someone to make updates but not provide Azure AD access.

This session will be presented by Ben Stegink, Intelligink.

 Solution #6 

How to build a Time Recording Application in Power apps

There's never enough time in the day to do the things we want to, right? In this demonstration, you'll learn how to manage your time by building a simple Time Recording Application in Power Apps that allows you to record time against a given project or task.


Structure a SharePoint list as a viable data source.

Interact across Microsoft365 services and talk directly to your data within Power Apps.

Implement basic controls to perform Power Apps actions.

Use conditions to manipulate the user experience.


  • Step by step guide to build your own time keeping application
  • Learn the fundamentals of Power Apps controls and expressions.
  • Manage and record your time more efficiently

This session will be presented by Connor Deasey

What is the Power Platform and why should I learn it?

Power Platform is the name Microsoft uses to denote a set of 4 services that help power users build solutions on top of Office 365 without any coding skills.  

Power Apps

Power Apps is a suite of apps, services, connectors and a data platform that provides a rapid development environment to build custom apps for your business needs.

Power automate

Power Automate allows you to create automated workflows between a massive selection of services to synchronise files, get notifications, collect data, and more.

Power BI

Power BI allows you to visualise data from various data sources to build reports and dashboards. Many different controls enable you to present the data to make it easy to understand.

Power Virtual Agents

Power Virtual Agents lets you create chatbots that can respond to questions typed in by customers, other employees, or visitors to your website or service. BOTS can be created using a visual builder that requires no coding knowledge.

Why is the Power Platform an excellent career choice?

  • In-Demand: There's now massive demand for No-Code developers who can build solutions ranging from vacation booking to time recording apps.
  • Easy to Learn: In the Collab365 Academy, we welcome beginners. We've plenty of training material to lower you into the Power Platform as well as other complimentary services such as Teams and SharePoint.
  • It's great fun: Being able to build an application so quickly is rewarding and allows you to unleash your creative side. 
  • Work from home: As Power Platform solutions are all built (in the Cloud), it's really easy to work remotely and this is what many companies accommodate. 
  • Well Paid: If you search for roles requiring Power Platform skills, it's not uncommon to see roles offering over $100K.
  • No need to code: Learning to be a developer, who can code proficiently, can take years. The Power Platform has been created to support business users who have no-coding knowledge. You can build a very powerful application in days not months/years.
  • It's the future-proof: Over the next few years, we're going to see a world where many jobs disappear through automation. Having skills that are in-demand will ensure longevity in your career.

Meet Your  Solution Trainers ...

Ben Stegink

Microsoft Cloud Architect - Microsoft 365 and Azure

Ben is the owner and chief cloud consultant and architect at Intelligink, where he focuses on the Microsoft Intelligent Cloud – Microsoft 365 and Azure.  He has 15+ years of experience with SharePoint and 9+ years of experience with Microsoft 365. 

Nate Chamberlain MVP

Centriq Training

Microsoft MVP, MCSA, M365 Enterprise Administrator Expert, and Automation Anywhere Certified Advanced RPA Professional with experience in higher education, healthcare, and corporate information technology and process improvement.

Connor Deasey, Collab365

Collab365 Trainer

Connor Deasey works on the Collab365 Team as Power Platform trainer and is the Editor for the increasingly popular Collab365 Daily Digest Newsletter Service.

Jon Manderville, Collab365

Collab365 Trainer

Like Connor, Jon also works on the Collab365 Team as a Trainer. Jon is currently spending his days creating workshops and running the 5-Day challenge to help people develop usable solutions quickly and easily.

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