Skill level: 200 (Intermediate)
Audience: Business Analysts, Site Administrators, Developers
SharePoint 2010 comes with the ability for creating workflows without programming using Visio 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010. This is a Giant step towards being able to easily visualize and work with your workflows using these products. So what can and can’t you do using these products? What are the best practices when working with them? This session will cover these questions. Also, what if you need to be able to do more with workflows without programming and these products are not enough? We’ll look at additional options in the market as well.
In addition, we will set aside the last 15 minutes to answer your questions.
Register here: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/423175096
I’m all done with my two sessions at the Best Practices Conference. Here are the slide decks for them if you are interested:
Making the Best use of SharePoint Designer 2010
Creating SharePoint List Forms – When to use InfoPath 2010 or SharePoint Designer 2010
At my two sessions here at the Best Practices Conference in DC, I’ll be passing out free copies of the SharePoint Videos Demo DVD.
My Conference sessions:
- Make the Best use of SharePoint Designer 2010
- Creating SharePoint List Forms – When to use InfoPath 2010 or SharePoint Designer 2010
If you get a chance, come get a copy.
With only a couple of weeks away now, the Best Practices Conference is sure to be a blast! Just check out the lineup of speakers: https://www.bestpracticesconference.com/Event%20Speakers.aspx. It is not very often that you see so many expert speakers from USA and abroad together for a conference. Also, now that SharePoint 2010 has been in the market for a few months, this is a really good time to see how best to implement it and also what to watch out for.
Even though the product itself is of course Awesome, there are still quite a few gotchas that you need to be aware of. I’ll be talking about the best practices as it relates to my favorite products: SharePoint Designer 2010 and InfoPath 2010. Check out the full agenda here:
Hope to see you there!
I’ll be presenting a SharePoint Designer Workflow session at the Boston SharePoint User Group this Wednesday evening (8/11/2010). Hoping to meet a lot of new people there.
Our next webinar is set to be held on Thursday, July 29th 3-4pm Eastern. Hope you can join us. Registration link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/737138753
Creating Workflows with SharePoint Designer 2010, InfoPath and Visio
Skill Level – 200 (Intermediate)
Forms and Workflows are important for automating business processes. Companies usually rely on programmers to create the forms and workflows using code. Not anymore! With InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010, you can create powerful data driven form composite solutions on your SharePoint sites. InfoPath gives you the ability to pull data from databases and lists, and create forms with data validation and conditional formatting. SharePoint Designer’s workflows let you then design powerful multi-step workflows centered around the form collected data, building upon the out-of-the-box reusable workflows and even import workflow designs from Visio! In this presentation, you will see how these tools come together to design workflows and route forms across your organization for task assignment and approval.