Category: General

Categories and tags are the two default taxonomies that we use at the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Community website. By design, all posts must be filed under at least one category. As you can imagine, ‘General’ is where we can list almost any topics that is not filed under the other subject headings.

However, some subjects are wide and broad in subject and need to be included in our blog, but don’t quite fit under the existing taxonomies. Hence the ‘General Category’. Content covered can vary from a .NET Runtime for AOT to a SharePoint Conference North America Keynote Summary, Pulse Survey or monthly top SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure resources.

How to manage the SharePoint Hub Sites associations
How to manage the SharePoint Hub Sites associations
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Are you waiting for it? We are too 😄 the capability to associate a SharePoint Hub Site to another one. The good news is, the PowerShell cmdlet has existed for a couple of weeks now (at least): and now, the cmdlet works 💪🏻 (currently on targeted environment only)  and moreover, the SharePoint central admin allows… READ MORE

Rencore completes 4 million US$ Series A funding round to accelerate cloud collaboration governance expansion
Rencore completes 4 million US$ Series A funding round to accelerate cloud collaboration governance expansion
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The Software as a Service (SaaS) provider secures funding from German investor Capnamic to scale the operations of their flagship governance software in accordance with the rapid growth of the cloud collaboration market. Co-founders Torsten Mandelkow, CTO and Matthias Einig, CEO MUNICH, Germany: Rencore, the provider of award-winning software for governing cloud collaboration technology, today… READ MORE

European SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure Conference Keynotes Revealed
European SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure Conference Keynotes Revealed
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Drumroll please! The European SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure Conference is delighted to announce the complete Keynote line-up for this year’s conference, taking place Nov 28 – Dec 1 in Copenhagen. To celebrate this exciting news, we have launched a limited 30% off sale on the first 100 tickets sold! Scott HanselmanPartner Program Manager, Microsoft Scott has been a… READ MORE

Use the Teams PowerShell Module in Azure Shell
Use the Teams PowerShell Module in Azure Shell
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A neat little trick I came across recently was that you can connect to a Teams PowerShell session within the Azure Shell. Even better, you do not need to install or import the module, or even enter your credentials (thanks Managed Identity)! Simply do the following: Login to https://shell.azure.com Within the PowerShell prompt enterConnect-MicrosoftTeams -Identity Run… READ MORE

Launching Your SPO Site or Portal
Launching Your SPO Site or Portal
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In this short post I cover the SharePoint Online (SPO) Launch Scheduling Tool and why you should get familiar with it before you launch a new SPO site or portal. Getting Set To Launch Your SPO Site? I’ve noted that my style of writing tends to build the case for the point I’m going to… READ MORE

Submit to Speak at the European Power Platform Conference
Submit to Speak at the European Power Platform Conference
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We are incredibly proud to have launched the European Power Platform Conference. Taking place in the vibrant city of Berlin on April 6-8 2022, the European Power Platform Conference brings together the Microsoft Power Platform and Dynamics 365 communities, for 3 unrivalled days of in-person, end to end learning and valuable networking opportunities. Our Call for Speakers is now open!… READ MORE

ESPC22 Returns, Live & In Person!
ESPC22 Returns, Live & In Person!
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It is with great excitement that we announce ESPC22, Europe’s gold standard Microsoft technologies conference, will return as a live, in-person conference on 28 Nov – 1 Dec 2022 in Copenhagen. The big one is coming back! We can’t wait to bring the community together for the magic of ESPC and a safe return of in-person events. ESPC22 tickets will be… READ MORE

DAX : Count number of last known state
DAX : Count number of last known state
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Using DAX to help group and count the last known state I got asked recently to help with a DAX measure for an interesting problem in the inventory domain. The requirement is to generate a chart showing the count of the last known State of a given number of items. Here is a walkthrough of… READ MORE