The SharePoint mobile App is a great way to access your content when you’re away from the office. If your user community uses the mobile app then it is important to design pages that will display nicely on a phone. The page, section layout and web-part order all play an important part in making a great mobile… READ MORE
Microsoft Flow does not have an action to create folders in either OneDrive or SharePoint. To my mind this is an odd design choice by the Flow team. There are two ways to overcoming this shortcoming. The first is to use the Microsoft Graph or the SharePoint API in a HTTP action to create the… READ MORE
Microsoft SharePoint has proven itself to be much more than a fad. It was first introduced in 2001 and now it is benefiting businesses across a wide range of industries. Are you sick and tired of your current document management system? I mean are your files getting overwritten or you are unable to collaborate across… READ MORE
The new multilingual page publishing feature for Modern sites is now available in Targeted Release. This is a good time to go through its main features in a bit more detail. Turning it on This feature must be turned on before it has any effect. The activation is not in the Site Features section, but… READ MORE
Join Melissa Hubbard, Teams Technical Specialist at Microsoft for this short and insightful How To Connect Forms, SharePoint and Teams with Flow. This How To is originally part of a webinar, ‘Automate Business Processes with Power Automate and Teams Integration’ which is located at: Automate Business Processes with Power Automate and Teams Integration
Prepare to achieve Microsoft 365 Certified Teamwork Administrator Associate certification by learning essential SharePoint Online concepts, and answering self-assessment questions to test your knowledge. Download Chapter One: What is SharePoint Online? to learn the basic concepts about SharePoint Online and Office 365 Groups. Purchase the full copy here To download this eBook sign up here.
Heather and Spencer discuss SharePoint migrations and hybrid scenarios at ESPC19. Video Transcript Heather: Hello everyone from ESPC19 Heather Newman here from Prague with the lovely and talented Spencer Harbar hello. Spencer: Hello everybody welcome. Heather: Yeah so, we’re at the end of day what date day two date you yes you know when you… READ MORE
SharePoint connects the workplace and powers content collaboration. OneDrive connects you with all your files in Office 365. Teams is the hub for teamwork. Together, SharePoint, OneDrive and Teams are greater than the sum of their parts. Join us for an overview of how these products interact with each other and learn about latest integrations… READ MORE
Yes, your classic SharePoint sites can also benefit from modern experiences! This session will show you how to analyze, remediate and modernize your classic sites so that those sites look like, work like and have the functionality of a newly created site. We’ll focus on transforming your site pages into modern pages, enabling your site for Teams, Planner and other Office 365 group connected services and getting the most out of the modern list and library experience. Furthermore, we’ll also show how to transform classic publishing portals into shiny new modern communication sites.
I recommend these tips for all Site Owners of modern SharePoint sites – especially for communication sites that are part of your intranet. Applying all three to the Site Pages library will save a lot of de-bugging and content management challenges! On my wish list for 2020 is that Microsoft build these into the default… READ MORE