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Power Apps Staff Mr-Dang-MSFT
Power Apps Staff

Re: Crisis Communication solution feedback

@Raynok1 wrote:


1.) On "FAQ" screen the question title does not wrap or auto adjusts it's height. Long question Title are unreadable on a small screen.


We've corrected the height of the question title in the latest version (published 2020-03-11).

Link: https://aka.ms/CrisisCommunicationSolution 

 


@Raynok1 wrote:


2.) On "home" screen the Edit work status button is commented out and seems to await for more logic.


Good find! You're definitely peeking at a lot of things 🙂

We'd like to place in the edit button. It might so something like this:

  1. Select today's date.
  2. Get the logged-in user's entry for today's date--it should exist at this point, else the edit button won't be visible.
  3. Go to the work status screen.
  4. Pick a work status. (no longer needs to go to calendar since you're only editing today's entry)
  5. Go to success screen or throw error if there is one.
  6. Go back to the home screen.

Let me know if that is the expected behavior @Raynok1.

Power Apps Staff Mr-Dang-MSFT
Power Apps Staff

Re: Crisis Communication solution feedback

Hi @TonyF ,

For the flow to work you need to input the right SharePoint list and some other configurations. The error about null means there may be a blank where you need to enter something.

 

Can you check that you've placed a SharePoint site in the top variables?

Power Apps Staff Mr-Dang-MSFT
Power Apps Staff

Re: Crisis Communication solution feedback

Hi @Sofie_D,

While you certainly could use either MS Translate or a call to Google Translate, all translators have a chance to miss the context of your content. And for a scenario like a crisis, where you do not want anything to be miscommunicated, it is best to have a translation by the response team in your organization. This is also important for the tone and voice of what is communicated, which a machine may not be able to convey as well as a human.

 

That said, as the Crisis Communication solution is a template, you can apply further customization on it to fit your organization's needs (not every org may need translation). You might create multiple articles to SharePoint list for company news for each language and include a language column to flag it. And then you might choose to revise the 'news notification' flow to send notifications to subsets depending on their language preference.

 

This would be a good space for community to share some examples on their tweaks.

Raynok1
Level 8

Re: Crisis Communication solution feedback

@Mr-Dang-MSFTThank you for the app update (Latest version published 2020-03-11).

The level of style and approach to things in the app is inspiring and requires attention to detail. Specially mapping out layout to variables and component. In short this app is on another level. That's a good thing.

 

Regarding the behavior for the editing the work status, its sounds about right. Maybe the ability to select more than one date if there are?

 

Could be outside the scope of the app, but it would be nice to have an approval process for the work from home and out of office.

 

hickey77
Level: Power Up

Re: Crisis Communication solution feedback

Would be cool to share a status of "working from the office".  That way the PBI report could show all employees whether they are at the office, working from home or out.

DaveCope
Level: Powered On

Re: Crisis Communication solution feedback

I wonder if we could create some kind of links and FAQ repository that people could add to their deployment so that the out of the box solution is as useful as possible to organisations and their people? I imagine many of these kind of things would be universal and would time for all implementing

Power Apps Staff mabolan
Power Apps Staff

Re: Crisis Communication solution feedback

@Fiorella_B, In the last step of the employee status wizard we allow you to sync your status to Outlook and Teams 🙂

jsmrosario
Level: Powered On

Re: Crisis Communication solution feedback

A user's help request does not go to the "Help requests channel" in the "Crisis management team" if the user is not a member of the said team.

lukem175
Level: Powered On

Re: Crisis Communication solution feedback

Having exactly the same problem. The error is logged as:

 

The sender with objectId ' ... ' is not a member or an owner of the team.

As an owner of the team if I send the request the flow works fine but I get this error if someone who is not a member of the Team sends it.

shanemeisner
Level 8

Re: Crisis Communication solution feedback

Is there a way to set the Adaptive Card as "High Importance" in the Teams Client like you can do when sending emails to the Team?

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