Episode number 37 🚀. This time Appie shows a sample where you are presented reading reminders. Generated with Logic Apps base don what you read (GoodReads connection) you can use Logic Apps to generate questions and check in Teams if you recall who wrote the book. A fun way to trigger yourself on what you have read and see if you can still remember.
Episode number 36 where Appie shows how you can use Logic Apps to send tweets. What started with a simple scenario to schedule a few tweets ended up in a demo with multiple Logic Apps to tweet about open issues in the PnP projects CLI for Microsoft 365 and the Teams Generator. Including scheduled tweets based on a SharePoint List. A fun example how something small can quickly grow to a more complex scenario supported by low-code using Logic Apps!
In episode 35 Stephan walks us through the use of Team Task Modules in the Bot Composer. Task modules allow you to create a pop-up experience in Teams. Either to gather additional info or to show additional info. Combined with the Bot Composer you can gather input for your chatbot experience without flooding a channel with info. Stephan shows all steps required; from installing the packages to creating the triggers and handle the responses ✔️.