September 27, 2022

As you have noticed, I’ve been lacking on posting new stuff. Time’s been busy, and as a poet said, “The Times They Are a-Changin’.” I decided to publish more content and especially new content for all of us to learn.

It’s funny to do this when you’re not keeping up with the two posts a week schedule, but I’ll try to do more posts in advance to help the community and cover more areas. As you know, I like to push myself, so let’s do this.

The Microsoft Plan

So first, the things that don’t change. Power Automate, Power Apps, and SharePoint posts are still published every Tuesday. I noticed that I was diluting them a lot with all the same areas on the same day, so I decided to split the sections. I’ll move Microsoft Forms, Microsoft Planner, and Microsoft Teams posts to another day, giving you 2x more posts a week. What happens to the Friday Functions? I’ll get to that in a minute.

The Other Stuff

I like to post about other stuff like books, podcasts, tools, and other things that interest me. So here’s the deal. I’ll post each recommendation in one day of the week, so you’ll get even more content.

The schedule

So you’ll start Monday with an article about Microsoft Forms, Microsoft Planner, and Microsoft Teams, then follow on Tuesday with the “usual” Power Automate, Power Apps and SharePoint posts, and Tools Recommendation on Wednesday. Thursday, you’ll get the Power Automate, Power Apps, and SharePoint function posts, so no more Friday Functions since they will arrive one day earlier. We’ll finish the week on Friday with the Book Recommendations and Saturday with Podcast Recommendations.

You’ll get content every day of the week and I’ll force myself to write more and give more back. I think you’ll be a lot happier with this new format, but if not please let me know in the comments, send me an email or interact on Twitter.

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Manuel Gomes

I'm a previous Project Manager, and Developer now focused on delivering quality articles and projects here on the site. I've worked in the past for companies like Bayer, Sybase (now SAP), and Pestana Hotel Group and using that knowledge to help you automate your daily tasks

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