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Minnesota SharePoint Users Group
June 2018 MNSPUG
SharePoint Conference Recap
Please join us as MNSPUG members have the opportunity to connect with local experts and a member of the product team in the art of SharePoint and Office 365. To kick things off Mark Kashman, Senior Product Manager at Microsoft, will provide updates from the product team coming out of the SharePoint Conference and will open up the Q&A session. After Mark's Q&A, our local panel will give their reactions to the SharePoint conference which was recently held in Las Vegas. If you weren't able to attend, this is your opportunity to ask a SharePoint product team member and our panel questions around what they heard, what they are excited about and what you should be looking at based on the information provided out of SPC. The panelists are sure to discuss announcements regarding Content Services, PowerApps and Flow, SharePoint Framework, SharePoint 2019, Microsoft Teams, and any other questions you may have. Leading up to the meeting, we invite you to give us topics to discuss. There already is a thread started for the meeting on Yammer. If you are not part of Yammer and want to participate, please click on the link and request an invite: https://
6/13/2018 9:00 AM
6/13/2018 11:30 AM
User Group Meeting
Created at 5/4/2018 10:21 AM by Brian Caauwe
Last modified at 5/21/2018 10:16 AM by Brian Caauwe
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