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PowerApps: how to automatically adjust the text box

Clifton Lenne
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You’re probably familiar with the AutoHeight property in PowerApps. Unfortunately, the Text Input control doesn’t include this property, which means you have to work with a vertical scroll bar – and sometimes, you just need to be able to view your entire text at once. So, is there a way to automatically adjust the size […]

How to take polls during your Skype meeting?

Carolien Rombauts
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Ready to move away from the traditional way of holding meetings? Skype meetings have many advantages! Just think of the time saved or the traffic jam you potentially avoided trying to get all parties at the same location at the same time. And, who says that Skype meetings can’t be equally interactive? They can – […]

FAST: four steps to making the right technological decisions

Dimitri Aerts
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A few weeks ago, our colleague Frederick Dierickx introduced the concept of ‘sourcing strategy’ in his blog post “Take the next step to cloud and innovation”. I’d like to elaborate on this based on my experience with the Strategic Competence Center. IT: The force that drives change In his blog post, Frederick mentions that: “When […]

Anywhere365: interaction tailored to your customer

Kristof Maes
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We already gave several fine examples of self-service applications in our series about intelligent bots. But what are the options if you want to integrate human interaction at some point? We recommend a combination of Skype for Business (or Lync) with Anywhere365 as contact center software. Anywhere365 helps you manage all your customer interactions, whether […]

OneNote Tip: Transform your notes into Wiki pages

Tom Ysewyn
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A new month, a new OneNote tip! In our last tip we showed you how to add screenshots to your notes. In the following blog post, we’ll focus on working more efficiently. Ready to get inspired? Here we go… Wiki is Hawaiian for fast, quick, agile. Do you want to navigate pages faster than an […]

OneNote tip: Adding screenshots to your notes

Tom Ysewyn
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Taking screenshots while working in any program is easy. Press the Windows + Shift + S keys and your screen content is overlaid by a milky-white filter. Then, use your mouse pointer to draw a frame around the content you want to capture and it’s ready. Paste the image into your notes wherever you want. […]

Microsoft’s Vision on Intelligent Communications

Kristof Maes
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The roadmap of Microsoft Teams released About one month ago, from the first rows of Microsoft Ignite, we informed you of Microsoft’s new Vision on Intelligent Communications and the evolution from Skype for Business Online to Microsoft Teams as the primary client for communication and collaboration in Office 365. Read our previous blog post. This […]

Xylos Inspire Recap

Rachel Young
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Our annual event this year proved to be a big hit. More than 240 attendees registered for the day in advance, following a personalized video-invitation made by IntoApps. You can view it here. We kicked-off the day with workshops, demos, partner booths, meet-the-expert, and even an excel escape room! It was a very casual start […]

Factors that affect a Bot’s success

Frederick Dierickx
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If you build a Bot, it goes without saying that you want it to be successful. In other words, that the Bot will provide a better user experience than traditional resources, such as an app, website, manual or telephone call. Otherwise, there would be no need for the Bot. What is a better user experience? […]