Category: SharePoint 2013

Wikipedia states that SharePoint is a web-based collaborative platform that integrates with Microsoft Office. Launched in 2001, SharePoint is primarily sold as a document management and storage system, but the product is highly configurable and usage varies substantially between organisations.

According to Microsoft, SharePoint 2013 makes it easy to work together securely on documents and team projects. SharePoint lets users explore features and support options that are available for SharePoint, and get tips for using SharePoint to manage your teams and projects efficiently.

In this category, learn everything from troubleshooting SharePoint 2013 to
Digital transformation and beyond.

Therefore, this category is full of handy tips, tricks, advise and How To videos specifically for SharePoint 2013 users. Check out some of the Step by Step features, expert blogs, eBooks, How To videos and webinars.

Logic Apps - An Introduction to Logic Apps
Logic Apps – An Introduction to Logic Apps

Last year Microsoft has been busy with the Azure platform and introduced a lot of new technologies. One of those technologies is called Logic Apps and is a major step into automating business processes in the cloud. Logic Apps are part of the Azure API apps and finds their origin in BizTalk. Microsoft is doing a great job… READ MORE

Sideloading SharePoint Add-Ins
Sideloading SharePoint Add-Ins
Blog Posts

If you are a SharePoint Add-in or App developer, you could have probably come through this issue atleast once.
“Sideloading of apps is not enabled on this site.”

Sideloading is a technique that most of the app vendors allow in order to test or debug the apps. In other words, it means deploying an app with a development tool rather than going through the correct secure procedure. Sideloading is available with all the smartphone platforms including Android.

Automatic Index Management in SharePoint 2016
Automatic Index Management in SharePoint 2016
Blog Posts

5,000 is a familiar number for anyone who had more than 5,000 records in a SharePoint list. List View threshold is something that many of us have faced and wanted to get rid of it by expanding. But then again we think about the best practices and the good it does. So, we often end up not increasing it, but creating some indexes on the columns. The problem is many of us did not know this can be done. Even I did not in the beginning. I am sure many of us still do not know.