Create powerful no-code SharePoint Designer 2013 Workflows in Office 365 and on-premise

A session at SharePoint Fest - D.C. 2015

Friday 10th April, 2015

3:20pm to 4:30pm (EST)

SharePoint Designer 2013 lets you design powerful, multi-step workflows from scratch using stages, loops, conditions, actions and more. You can even create your workflows graphically using Visio 2013 components built directly within the SharePoint Designer 2013 environment. This session will explore the exciting opportunities to automate your business processes with SharePoint 2013 Workflows without using a single line of code!

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Asif Rehmani, MVP MCT

Certified Trainer at SharePoint-Videos.com

Asif has been training and consulting on primarily SharePoint technologies since 2004. He is a SharePoint Server MVP and MCT. Asif runs a SharePoint Videos website (http://www.sharepoint-videos.com) which provides SharePoint, SharePoint Designer and InfoPath Video Tutorials. His videos have been published at Microsoft's TechNet, Channel 9 and Office.com site. Asif also provides in-person and online SharePoint training publicly and in private workshops through Critical Path Training (http://www.criticalpathtraining.com). Asif has been a speaker at conferences since 2006 on SharePoint topics at several conferences around the world (USA, Germany, Amsterdam, Den Haag, New Zealand etc) including Microsoft's TechEd, SharePoint Conference, SPTechCon, SharePoint Connections, Best Practices Conference, SharePoint Saturdays, SharePoint Roadshows and more. He is the co-author of the books "Professional SharePoint Designer 2007", "Beginning SharePoint Designer 2010" and "Real World SharePoint 2010" by Wrox publications . Asif was the co-founder and is currently one of the active leaders of the Chicago SharePoint User Group (http://www.cspug.org) For a more detailed bio, please visit http://www.sharepoint-videos.com....

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Time 3:20pm4:30pm EST

Date Fri 10th April 2015

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