Flow app in SharePoint Office 365


We can create automated workflows between your favorite apps and services to get notifications, synchronize files, collect data, and more. See how it works. Introducing multiple environments — distinct spaces to store and manage your organization's flows.
Navigate to Office 365.
Office 365 new app Flow -> Click on Flow App                                                                     
 Here we can create Flow in two ways

Create from blank

  We can choose our own template to create  flow.

Crete from template
   We can choose from existing template to create flow

Now we are going to create flow using Create from blank -> Click on create from blank

 Search for triggers and select, here we are selecting "Blogger when Post is created".

Add  Blog Id & Post Status
Here I selected my blog & Post status is All. It will get data from under all section in blog.
-> Click on New Step

-> Click Add an Action

       Search for triggers and select, here we are selecting "SharePoint Create item"
Enter SharePoint Site url & select list where you want to store blog                   details                                                                                                                                                         

Select the title on Dynamic Content -> Click on Create flow      
Now Flow created successfully.

Now create a article in Blog & Publish. Finally check the SharePoint list what we selected in flow, Item was created successfully.         

Hope it's help.

Cannot connect to the server at this time. Changes to your data cannot be saved

  I Export to Excel SharePoint custom list, when I am trying to open that excel sheet it’s showing the below error.



I added the SharePoint site URL in Compatibility view.

Navigate to IE settings -> click on compatibility view settings.


Add SharePoint site url and close the settings.

Now refresh the page and check. Hope it will help.

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Get Random values from SharePoint list using PowerShell

In this article we are going to learn how to Get Random SharePoint items using PowerShell.
PowerShell is a Powerful scripting language, we can do our work/tasks easily, having so many built-in commands are available in PowerShell. In that we are using Get-Random command to get the random SharePoint list items.

add-pssnapin microsoft.sharepoint.powershell
$web = get-spweb -identity "http://dotnetsharepoint.com /sites/sharepoint/getrandom "
$Employeelist = $web.lists["Employee"];
$listitemsTotal = $Employeelist.Items.Count
$getvalues = $Employeelist.Items
if($listitemsTotal -gt 0)
$Random=Get-Random -Count $listitemsTotal -InputObject(1..$listitemsTotal)
for($j=0;$j -lt $listitemsTotal;$j++){
Write-host $RandomVal
write-host $EmpNameName


Hide “Edit Links” in quick launch SharePoint 2013

Here you can see how to hide “Edit links” in quick launch left navigation in SharePoint 2013.
This option is useful to drag and drop links in the quick launch, but how ever having access to create a new item they can able to see this option and can also modify these options , we are hiding the Edit Links to restrict all the users, using the CSS  as shown below.
Add the Content Editor or Script Editor in the home page or in any page that you want to hide the “Edit Links”

display: none;