In technology, community drives knowledge sharing. After celebrating the work of Microsoft MVPs in Canada, we now celebrate the Share, Learn, Grow group. Indeed, several of our experts have written their best tips on Microsoft technologies. Check out their contributions.

There’s strength in numbers. That’s why some of our experts have come together to share, learn, and grow. Guided by their colleague Éric Sauvé, MVP, they’ve shared their passion in over a dozen articles on this blog. Now it’s our turn to highlight their advice in one place. Find out more about these five experts and committed writers.

 

1.  Abdoul Baldé

Functional architect and excellent communicator, Abdoul Baldé is an ingenious professional with a great understanding of business needs. Read his advice on the Power Platform, which he humbly shares.

Power Automate – How to monitor flow runs using your model-driven app?

2. Nicolas Bastien

Before this group was created, this technical analyst was already throwing light on CRM on our blog. But Nicolas Bastien also shares his insights in video. Check out his best practices for administrators and designers of Power Platform applications. And we are pleased to offer a transcript of it here.

Connection references – Manage connections in a flow with Power Automate

3. Sarah Deschênes

This functional architect is always on the lookout for the latest possible functionalities, especially Microsoft technologies that target corporate issues. Her deep understanding of the customer experience sets her apart. In her three articles, Sarah Deschênes shares her insights about customer service and sales.

Omnichannel CRM Customer Service – Why Use It?

5 Recommended Omnichannel Tools

Forecast – Manage Sales Pipeline’s Health with Dynamics 365

4. Jean-François Fortin

This technical analyst details the steps to integrate new tools into your practices. In short, his four articles will make your life as an administrator easier. Jean-François Fortin also shares his thoughts in video.

How to Connect Dynamics 365 to Azure for Error Logging

Inversion of Control in Dynamics 365

Aspose.Words – Generating reports in Dataverse

Virtual entities in Dataverse – Why and how to use them?

5. Cindy Honoré

This digital marketer’s article highlights the benefits of a tool for team managers. In fact, you’ll discover just how useful Power Automate is for management.

Team Managers: 6 Benefits of Approval Flows

6. Alexandre Joussier

This business analyst writes about the benefits of new Microsoft tools to optimize your management. In doing so, Alexandre Joussier also points out some common mistakes to avoid.

Center of Excellence: 3 good reasons to use it

7. David Rivard

For several years, David Rivard was XRM Vision’s IT Architect. This programmer analyst has shared his technical knowledge in two articles for enterprise developers. Both demystify flows with Power Automate.

Power Automate – Get the Flow Trigger Context Information

Power Automate – Infer the Flow Run URL

In short…

All in all, this group of experts has allowed its members to stretch themselves by helping one another. We hope that their articles will help you go further too. And maybe they’ll help you find new ways to get more out of Microsoft tools for your business!

Finally, we wish to acknowledge the contributions of everyone who shared their passion in this group. Of course, not everyone has written an article. Yet everyone has been true to the spirit of sharing and support.

Among them is Julien Miquel, whom you won’t be able to read here. Head to his personal blog to read his advice (in French). But this inspiring professional was also involved in Share, Learn, Grow. Check out our Tips and Tricks video series, which he hosts, on our YouTube channel.

Happy reading and viewing!