List Formatting: Making Lists Awesome - Catch it live or watch online!

Office 365 Users Group of Nashville & Knoxville
Office 365 Users Group of Nashville & Knoxville
Public group

2450 E J. Chapman Dr

2450 E J. Chapman Dr · Knoxville, TN

How to find us

Please RSVP for lunch. Grab a free parking pass when you arrive. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/list-formatting-making-lists-awesome-lunch-reservation-tickets-94550217245

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Details

Knoxville: Food at 12:00pm EST, Presentation begins at 12:30PM EST
Nashville: Presentation via MS Teams starts at 11:30AM CST.

*NOTE: If you are attending in-person in KNOXVILLE & want to eat lunch: after registering here on Meetup, go to eventbrite and signup for lunch: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/list-formatting-making-lists-awesome-lunch-reservation-tickets-94550217245

Microsoft Teams link will be sent out the day of the meeting for remote attendees.
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Column and View Formatting enable you to quickly and easily provide dynamic visualizations directly in your modern list views. No hardcore development, deployment, or tenant level permissions required! Both non developers and developers can change how fields and rows look in modern list views by creating simple JSON objects. Learn how to conditionally format fields and rows to take your lists from simple tables to meaningful views. We'll cover the basics of list formatting, tips and tricks, and the tools and resources available to enable you to get started immediately.

Chris Kent is a Microsoft Office Development MVP and the Office 365 Practice Lead for DMI. He is a frequent contributor to SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) and a member of the SharePoint PnP Core Team where he is especially focused on List Formatting and the SharePoint Framework. He is passionate about mapping technology to real-world solutions.

Chris is a highly-rated speaker and has presented at user groups, SharePoint Saturdays, webinars, and conferences. Every session focuses on practical advice and takeaways. He also posts regularly to his blog, thechriskent.com, tweets the twitters @thechriskent, and works on multiple projects over at GitHub.

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