08-15-2019 15:23 PM - last edited 09-03-2019 16:04 PM
Any update on the OneNote error?
The email message body that is generated, includes a link to the planner task. When that link is selected it links to the planner home screen not the actual task.
Hello Reza and thank you for this great PowerApp.
We are wondering if there is a way for the PowerApp to capture the actual attendees only of the meeting instead of everyone that was invited. Or if there is a way to flag the actual attendees somehow so that we can reach out to those that either did or did not attend. Teams itself doesn't have an easy way to capture the distinction between invited and attended persons.
thank you again,
Currently the "ScheduleMeetingScreen" screen pulls all available meeting rooms, and displays "Ascending", meaning meeting rooms named such as "MR S***" are not displayed due to the number of records it can pull/down display. Whats the best solution? to get meeting rooms appropriate to the people listed in "Attendees" on the "Invite" tab.
Thank you so much for this app. I will follow this thread to see if anything is changed; here's my wish list (I am trying to figure out how to make it happen, but am not too smart):
I would love the ability to click on attendees who are actually in the meeting vs. just those who were invited
For those asking about recording who was present at the meeting or not, I was able to do this with a small hack to the app by adding a checkbox next to the attendees and then updating the "Job Title" to "Present" if the check box was checked and blank if it wasn't. That way, when minutes are sent, under the attendee name, it lists Present if they were there (and nothing otherwise). There's certainly a more elegant way to do it, but that was the quick and dirty solution I came up with that seems to work fine.
I have a problem looking for meeting times, in a meeting with 21 people it fails giving the following error message.
"The number of attendees exceeds the maximum number of attendees supported"
Can someone help me?