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Hands-On Microsoft Lists

By : João Ferreira, Rene Modery
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Book Image

Hands-On Microsoft Lists

5 (1)
By: João Ferreira, Rene Modery

Overview of this book

Microsoft Lists is an extremely flexible and powerful platform for creating custom data models. Hands-On Microsoft Lists is an easy-to-read guide for those who want to get started with Lists, as well as those who are already familiar with the basic concepts and want to create custom and flexible Lists that are easily available through a web interface. This comprehensive introduction to Lists will show you how to get up to speed in no time with the help of practical guidance and examples. Complete with hands-on tutorials and projects, you’ll understand how to use and implement Microsoft Lists effectively. You’ll start by covering all the basic concepts that will help you to build your Microsoft Lists and get the most out of the platform. As you progress, you’ll explore how to customize Microsoft Lists layouts and forms. Later chapters will guide you through integrating Microsoft Lists with the Power Platform. Throughout the book, you’ll work with practical scenarios that you can use daily to improve the collaboration in your organization. By the end of this Microsoft book, you’ll have learned how to create custom data models to improve the way your data is put together, managed, and consumed in your workplace.
Table of Contents (13 chapters)

Chapter 4: Collaborating on Microsoft Lists

Now that you have created your first list and understood its core features, it is time to look at how you can get more value out of it by making it available for others in your organization and working on the list data together. In this chapter, you will learn how to invite others to your list and see who has access to it. We will also review how to collaborate on list items more effectively by adding comments.

This chapter will cover the following topics:

  • Managing access to your list
  • Collaborating with others through comments
  • Managing notifications through alerts and rules
  • Tracking multiple changes through list versioning