This blog is Part 2 of a multi-part series, What do email-enabled applications look like in the modern workplace? which examines how enterprise mail-enabled applications built on legacy platforms like Notes or SharePoint on-premises can be re-imagined in the Modern Workplace. The goal of this series is to provide a blueprint for building a "Modern Workplace version" of a mail-enabled application on Microsoft Flow, beginning with a basic solution and gradually adding more … Continue reading What do email-enabled applications look like in the modern workplace? – Part 2 (smarter solution)
My employer performs a lot of migrations, mostly from legacy on-premises platforms to Office 365. One question that inevitably comes up during our first conversations with clients is "What's your answer to mail-in databases?"
This year, I decided to run our league out of Teams, just to see if my favorite persistent chat app could provide the same value for non-work-related activities. The results have been surprisingly great so far.