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Learn how to get started with Microsoft Lists from the Microsoft Lists engineers themselves. Start a list from a template, add your information, and then use conditional formatting, rules, and key collaboration features to make the list your own – to make it work across your team. Lots to learn. Lots of demos. [below Lists AMA directly after for all your questions]

Date and time: Wednesday, August 5th, 2020 at 9am PST (12pm EST; 5pm CET) [60 minutes]
Presented by: Harini Saladi, Miceile Barrett, Chakkaradeep Chandran and Mark Kashman
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There will be a 1-hour Ask Microsoft Anything (AMA) directly after the webinar held within the Microsoft Tech Community. An AMA is like an “Ask Me Anything (AMA)” on Reddit, providing the opportunity for the community to ask questions and have a discussion with a panel of Microsoft experts taking questions about Microsoft Lists, SharePoint list, Lists + Teams integrations, Lists + Power Platform integrations, and more.

When: Wednesday, August 5th, 2020 at 10am PST (12pm EST; 5pm CET) [60 minutes]
Where: Microsoft 365 AMA space within the Microsoft Tech Community site

Presenters

Chakkaradeep Chandran

Chakkaradeep Chandran

Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Lists

Senior program manager at Microsoft focused on Microsoft Lists, automation, and no-code/lo-code tools like Power Apps for custom forms and Power Automate for custom flows.

Harini Saladi

Harini Saladi

Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Lists

Senior program manager at Microsoft focused on Microsoft Lists, working on the Lists app in Microsoft 365 and associated ready-made templates.

Mark Kashman

Mark Kashman

Senior Product Manager, Microsoft Lists

Senior product manager at Microsoft focused primarily on Microsoft Lists and SharePoint in Microsoft 365. He, too, is the co-host for the Microsoft podcast, The Intrazone.

Miceile Barrett

Miceile Barrett

Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Lists

Senior program manager at Microsoft focused on Microsoft Lists, working on the overall lists experience and configuration options to increase collaboration and productivity.