Category: SharePoint

According to Wikipedia, 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.

Due to the highly configurable nature of SP and the multitude of versions available, we offer a vast collection of classic and moder SP information within this category which covers everything from Enterprise Users of the latest SP Release.

Therefore, this category is broad too, and is full of handy tips, tricks and advise. Check out some of the Step by Step blogs or learn with our eBooks, How To videos and Webinars.

8 Rs for SharePoint Cloud Migration Success
8 Rs for SharePoint Cloud Migration Success
Blog Posts

As digital transformation has accelerated to support remote work, how do you secure on premise and hybrid SharePoint environments as you transition to the cloud to ensure consistent access, sharing and security policies? This is the question on every Chief Information Officer, Chief Technology Officer and senior IT professionals’ mind on a daily basis (or at… READ MORE

4 Steps to Take Full Advantage of SharePoint Reporting with Piwik PRO
4 Steps to Take Full Advantage of SharePoint Reporting with Piwik PRO
Blog Posts

SharePoint Reporting – it’s time to take advantage. Microsoft’s SharePoint, a collaboration platform, has become a primary tool for companies around the globe. Famed for fostering communication and productivity while creating a smoothly functioning digital ecosystem. However, this grand machine lacks a crucial cog – complete analytics feedback that would show you whether your intranet… READ MORE

Building Solutions for Teams, SharePoint and Office with the SharePoint Framework Webinar
Building Solutions for Teams, SharePoint and Office with the SharePoint Framework Webinar
Webinars

If you work at a desk, then chances are you spend most of your time in Outlook, Teams, SharePoint, Word, Excel, or some combination thereof. If you want to build solutions that people will actually use, you need to deliver them to users without them needing to switch context. In this talk, we’ll look at how the SharePoint Framework can be used to extend all of the above products, on the desktop or online, or even on mobile applications.

Trigger One Flow From Multiple SharePoint Lists
Trigger One Flow From Multiple SharePoint Lists
Blog Posts

This post was inspired by a situation I faced at one of my customers. I was migrating SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint Online and in one site customer had many lists, where users were able to create items. Every time someone created or updated an item, SharePoint Designer workflow was sending them confirmation e-mail. Case was,… READ MORE

Reuse Flows connected to SharePoint Lists – Working again
Reuse Flows connected to SharePoint Lists – Working again
Blog Posts

In our previous attempt (Reuse Flows connected to SharePoint Lists), we tried an approach using the Referer property from the header section of the request to discover which list or document library was triggering the Flow. Using this property, we could get the Site URL and the List ID from SharePoint by dissecting the URI. The following is… READ MORE

How To use a JSON object in the column formatter in SharePoint
How To use a JSON object in the column formatter in SharePoint
How Tos

Using the new Column Formatter available in SharePoint Online, power users and developers can finally get back some of the functionality they lost when Microsoft changed the way calculated fields could be rendered and removed JSLink from our arsenal of tools in modern list views.
In this video, join Mark Rackley, MVP, PAIT Group, USA as he demonstrated How To use a JSON object in the column formatter in SharePoint.

Customizing SharePoint Using the Column Formatter Webinar
Customizing SharePoint Using the Column Formatter Webinar
Webinars

This session will break down in detail how anyone using the column formatter can apply dynamic styles to columns, use conditional formatting, show image thumbnails, display progress bars, or even change the way the entire list view looks using the List View Formatter; all without having to write complex code or deploy custom solutions.