On Friday, November 12th, Qais Gharib, Practice Manager for our Microsoft Business Applications team, will be speaking at the Virtual Microsoft 365 Friday, Cabo San Lucas. The M365 Fridays have replaced SharePoint Saturdays—for now. This is a unique event with presentations from the Microsoft Community in Mexico, California, and beyond. Some sessions will be in Spanish and others in English.

How to move on from InfoPath, finally!

Qais will be presenting an informative session on how to say goodbye to InfoPath in your organization…finally!  While InfoPath is not a fashionable nor trendy topic, getting out of legacy InfoPath forms and into Power Apps is!  For the IT or Business Professional with a single critical InfoPath solution or the organization with 100’s of InfoPath solutions in existence, the burden of this deprecated technology is a dreadful reality.  Qais will share what we’ve learned during countless successful projects transitioning customers from InfoPath to Power Apps.

In this session, you can expect to hear:

  • Guidelines on when to convert InfoPath forms to Power Apps and when to revert to SharePoint List Forms
  • How to migrate data connections
  • How to look for blind spots with:
    • Migrating from a SharePoint Form Library template
    • Unpromoted data that resides within the form xml
  • How to implement streamlined user security

Microsoft 365 Friday, Cabo San Lucas

Join Qais and many other SharePoint and Microsoft 365 Community members at the November 12th event.  Registration link below.  Now, if we could only all be in Caso San Lucas in person!

Interested in learning more about how Compass365 can help you say goodbye to InfoPath?

Please see more on our InfoPath Replacement Services or reach out directly to Cathy Ashbaugh, cashbaugh@compass365.com to arrange for a complimentary consultation.

Compass365, a Microsoft Gold Partner, delivers SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, and Power Platform solutions that help IT and Business leaders improve the way their organizations operate and how their employees work.