🆕 How to use NEW Approvals app in Microsoft Teams

In this step-by-step tutorial, learn how to use the NEW Approvals app in Microsoft Teams. The Approvals app is available as a personal app for all Microsoft …

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33 réflexions sur “🆕 How to use NEW Approvals app in Microsoft Teams

  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Hi! I'm wondering, when I upload a file to the approvals request, where is it saved? in the cloud or in a sort of local file in my pc 🙁 ?

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Been following you for a little while now (right before you left Microsoft), absolutely love your content and the format in which you present it. What if you did a series on using the new Approval app and Power Automate linking them to different services for different purposes, ex: Using Approval with MS Forms for submitting simple Purchase Orders for approval.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Hi . Can approvals be used within a team rather than assigned to one user . I'd like to set up a teams copy approval , with the approval functionality

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Great work Kevin. Question for you: How do I do a multi-level approval process using forms as the source of info? I dont wish for my clients to submit their requests in a folder. I want them submitting straight to forms and then get the power automate to retrieve this info; I have 2 directors to approve.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Hi, do you know what about the mail to outlook? is it disabled by default when you start to use approvals for teams?

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    It is not clear from this video how to make approvals visible in sharepoint. The fact is, items in sharepoint can be edited afterwards. Which means once approval status is updated it can be modified afterwards. It is a BIG downside to Microsoft Power Automate. It is fiddly, not user friendly and incomplete. However, it is free.. but not the solution I was hoping to find in this tool set. Unfortunate and too bad this is another incomplete tutorial. It's pretty damn important no editing/deletion can be performed once approved.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Hi Kevin, nice information! is there any function to make it hierarchy approval process in Teams? Let's say A need approval of B where the final approval is C. Does A have to make two approval process or can A make 1 approval that answer such process in teams approval?

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Is there a way to auto notify people that a certain request has been approved in the Teams app? thank you

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Hey, is there a way to show the requestor's name? As this is an automated Flow, run only user is not possible. Therefore, requestor's name is the name of the flow's owner, which is not useful at all.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    It is really helpful to see the steps for Power Automate spelled out so clearly – Thank you!

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    🙋🏼‍♂️, do you think Approvals can be integrated with Planner via Power Automate to let’s say approving a task to move from UAT Ready to UAT Done buckets.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Good afternoon Kevin, we are having trouble in making approval request even we follow your step by step process on how to make approval request in teams.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Thanks! Could you compare/contrast the features of FORMS and APPROVALS apps so we might better know which to select for any given process? Specifically, as we move to asynchronous decision-making in our teams/committees, which app is best for collecting votes from committee members? Has APPROVALS rendered FORMS irrelevant?

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Nicely done video (easy to understand and straightforward). Would you be able to do one on Power Apps for audit?

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    great video kevin. whilst giving it a try, i notice that in Teams channels where i have only given access to certain people, the icon for approvals isn't there when i start a conversation. its fine for channels where everyone can make a post. is there a reason for this?

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    @Kevin Stratvert I have one quick question here. Can we customize this approval app? for example can I add a date field or any drop-down field? Is there any option available like using flow or power apps can we customize these Team Approval Apps.

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  • juin 11, 2021 à 1:40
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    Kevin – Have you heard anything about updates on this app? Microsoft said they were going to release the next rev. in april or so which allowed for custom approval templates and expanded functionality like adobe sign. I've seen they have implemented adobe sign but not the custom templates they show on their demo video. Thanks.

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