qlik-sense-alert-2 via Teams and Power Automate

Qlik Sense Alert 2 – MS Teams + Power Automate

Nearly a year ago, I wrote about sending alerts to Microsoft Teams channel using Qlik load script and REST connector. With the coronavirus sweeping through the world, forcing people in lock-downs, we are seeing surge in the use of collaboration tools such as Microsoft Teams. So, I wanted to expand on this further and send a HTML table as notification to MS Teams channel and send emails using Microsoft Power Automate (Previously known as Flow) to help people get the notifications quicker.

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Qlik Sense JSON Connector

Qlik Sense JSON Connector

Happy 2020 Everyone! 2019 seemed to have gone flying by, it had been a very busy year for me – lots of really interesting Qlik projects, learnt a lot of new skills and of course, lot more about Qlik’s internal workings. With that in mind – I wanted to share an interesting concept today – how to build and deploy a “JSON” file connector using no additional tools other than what you already have installed in your Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows environment.

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Qlik Chat

The vision of democratising data, making everyone explore and find insights from corporate data is one of the biggest drivers behind Qlik Sense. But what happens when you find the insights you have been looking for? How do you share that with your peers? We have seen some great examples which allow you to share links with your selections (using app API) or take a snapshot and share it via email. But that is lacking the true intuitiveness that we are so used to from a platform. We also have seen extensions such as Lets comment and few other similar chat/commenting options, but they require 3rd party services that business will have to setup and sign up to.

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Data Literacy by Kabir Rab

Data Literacy at school

In my previous blog, I talked about my son’s data literacy journey, how it all started and how his interest in this topic led to many conversations at the school playground. That got me thinking, whether this idea can be replicated to workshops for his friends and other classes in the primary school. This would be the perfect time to help these young kids become aware of the data footprints that they are creating and equip them with means to read, understand and analyse it.

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