Steve and Marijn get their best French out, while they talk about the 27 club, french onions and a french whisky.
Steve talks about his OneDrive migration project, where they let the end users do the manual lifting (and getting rid of everything that is not moved). Marijn talks about re-engineering a business process with Nintex workflow.
Both Marijn and Steve did a twitter survey. Marijn asking how metadata should be shared in a document set, Steve about how many top level content types you would set up in an organisation.
After our awesome EP 26 where we talked with our friends, Steve came up with a weird idea: Let’s come up with how many ways Teams can be used and why. Let’s get crazy and look at the connectors that are available for MS Teams! With more cloud comes more connectors!
A team of people to climb Mount Everest
Add all people to the Team.
Connect to the weather service for the forecast.
Get ToDo to count your frostbitten toes.
Use posts to have the conversations with the people who are carrying the luggage and such.
A Picture library for the pictures and the selfies.
A digital copy (OneDrive Vault) for the tickets
Private channels for the members
Kitchen and Bar needs a list of the products
Track seeds and categorization.
Whisky: Le Pertuis
Named after the Pertuis strait at Île de Ré, a small island on the coast of France.
This 5 year old (and not a 27) whisky was aged in new oak, and finished in a Bourbon + Cognac + Pineau des Charentes wine cask on the island, which gives it a very sweet nose. Lots of seasalt, toffee, exotic fruits, chocolat on the back on the tongue. A treat!