In the last posting, we showed you how to load up Webparts360 into your Office365 sub site. In this article, you will see how we use it to create a project’s expenses approval system. First, allow me to briefing explain to you want what I intend to build. In our example, we have a custom lists that contains all the details of the projects that we are managing. The most important piece of information here is the project manager. We will use this field to determine who is responsible for approving expenses requests from the project team members.
There are a few key things that you will learn from this video:
- How to add webparts360 into Office365?
- How to build a workflow?
- How to build forms with column permission control?
- How to use field projection to enforce business rules.
Watch the following video to see how to configure the rest of the workflow.
Try this on your own site to get a feel on how to use webparts360. Good luck and if you run into any issues, drop me a mail at email@example.com.
Making workflow as easy as point and click.