#PowerAutomate – Flow to use Open Trivia Database questions in a Microsoft Teams bot πŸ€– 3/N

Hi ! In previous posts we request a Trivia quesion using the Open Trivia Database API, and sent a mesage to teams so an user can read the question and pick an answer. In today’s post, les process the user’ answer. The flow is simple: Create a new variable [strQuizResponse] to store the response for…… Continue reading #PowerAutomate – Flow to use Open Trivia Database questions in a Microsoft Teams bot πŸ€– 3/N

#PowerAutomate – Flow to use Open Trivia Database questions in a Microsoft Teams bot πŸ€– 2/N

Hi ! LetΒ΄s analyze the response from the API query for a single question [https://www.otriviata.com/api.php?amount=1]. { “results”: [ { “category”: “Entertainment: Television”, “type”: “multiple”, “difficulty”: “medium”, “question”: “What episode of "Mr. Bean" saw him trying to prevent people from seeing him naked?”, “id”: “1124”, “correct_answer”: “Mr. Bean in Room 426”, “incorrect_answers”: [ “Mr. Bean Goes…… Continue reading #PowerAutomate – Flow to use Open Trivia Database questions in a Microsoft Teams bot πŸ€– 2/N

#PowerAutomate – Flow to use Open Trivia Database questions in a Microsoft Teams bot πŸ€– 1/N

Hi ! A couple of days ago, I found a super cool connector in the Power Platform that allows us to get trivia questions from the Open Trivia Database. I started to play around with the API, and hey, I created a bot that ask questions and present the options for the answers. Here is…… Continue reading #PowerAutomate – Flow to use Open Trivia Database questions in a Microsoft Teams bot πŸ€– 1/N

#Coding4Fun – RaspberryPi LED Christmas Tree πŸŽ„ sync with Microsoft Teams (2/N) Azure AD, πŸ¦’ and Apps

Hi ! Back in the Microsoft Lync days, we had access to an SDK that allowed us to interact with the Messaging client in a local mode. As of today, there is not similar SDK to interact with Microsoft Teams. So, if I want to know the status of an user in Microsoft Teams, we…… Continue reading #Coding4Fun – RaspberryPi LED Christmas Tree πŸŽ„ sync with Microsoft Teams (2/N) Azure AD, πŸ¦’ and Apps

#Coding4Fun – #RaspberryPi LED Christmas Tree πŸŽ„ sync with #MicrosoftTeams (1/N) Why? Why not !

Hi ! So I was preparing boxes with gadgets I have for our next house move, and I realized that I had a super cool Led based Christmas Tree, that can be used with a Raspberry Pi. The device can be programmed with Python, so I decided to go in my notes and I found…… Continue reading #Coding4Fun – #RaspberryPi LED Christmas Tree πŸŽ„ sync with #MicrosoftTeams (1/N) Why? Why not !

#RaspberryPi – New OS allows #MicrosoftTeams in the device ! And a simple but amazing config for the onboard LED

Hi ! We have a new Raspberry Pi OS release – December 2020 (see references) and it adds tons of new features. The latest version upgrades Chromium, to a version that allow us to to: join teams calls ! I’m starting to think on have a custom Teams Kiosk just to join meetings, without using…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – New OS allows #MicrosoftTeams in the device ! And a simple but amazing config for the onboard LED

#Teams – How to add your custom background (not official and at your own risk!)

Hi ! If you are a Microsoft Teams user, you are probably happy. We are getting the amazing feature which allows us to change our background. The feature uses AI to detect our body and head, and change everything else by a custom background. So cool ! However, in the current release of the feature,…… Continue reading #Teams – How to add your custom background (not official and at your own risk!)

#MSTeams – #SnapChat lenses on Microsoft Teams ! (Why not? and #ToiletPaper as a bonus)

Hi ! Let’s go with a fun off-topic for a Friday, and let’s use some SnapChat lenses in our camera feed in Microsoft Teams. Disclaimer: This is not a very useful post, but in this Covid-19 days, you can get some fun with this in all the virtual meetings. So, simple steps Close Teams AppDownload…… Continue reading #MSTeams – #SnapChat lenses on Microsoft Teams ! (Why not? and #ToiletPaper as a bonus)

#RaspberryPi – Microsoft Teams in RPi 4? Mmm, not yet, but it’s an interesting learning journey to start the New Year 2020

Hi! A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft released a preview version of Microsoft Teams for Linux (see references). Since that day, I was hoping to have a chance to play around with this version, mostly in a Raspberry Pi. Those days I also had this conversation with my best half (who is a very smart…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Microsoft Teams in RPi 4? Mmm, not yet, but it’s an interesting learning journey to start the New Year 2020

#Labs – Microsoft Teams available on #linux, and this is the right way to install it

Update: This post was written on 2019 Dec, so there was a lot of changes since them. Apologies if the links or screenshots are not like the ones you may find today Hi! I’ve using Microsoft Teams in Windows 10 and MacOS and the experience is amazing. When I was trying to work only in…… Continue reading #Labs – Microsoft Teams available on #linux, and this is the right way to install it