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.

Updating SharePoint List Via Power Apps With Attachment
Updating SharePoint List Via Power Apps With Attachment
Blog Posts

Challenge Through my daily post on Twitter on Power Platform technology, I was given a challenge to use Power Apps to Upload attachment to a SharePoint list. What good is learning if it isn’t accompanied with challenges? While I enthusiastically accepted the challenge, I had to perform some preliminary research on the subject because it was a… READ MORE

Working With SharePoint List Item Attachments Using PnP JS In SPFx
Working With SharePoint List Item Attachments Using PnP JS In SPFx
Blog Posts

Introduction In this article, we will see how to get, add, delete SharePoint list item attachments using PnP Js in SPFx. So let’s see the step-by-step implementation. Implementation For testing purposes, we will use SP Editor Extension which is a very cool and great extension to test PnP js queries. After adding an extension to chrome you can see the SharePoint tab… READ MORE

How To Use The Graph API With SharePoint
How To Use The Graph API With SharePoint
Blog Posts

Photo by Christin Hume on Unsplash Getting started with Graph Api is not that easy. In my recent project, I had to start learning how to use the Microsoft Graph API. While doing it I mentioned different patterns to get to my goals. The first thing I would recommend when starting to use the graph API is the… READ MORE

Showing selected SharePoint form fields as read-only using List Formatting
Showing selected SharePoint form fields as read-only using List Formatting
Blog Posts

With the setValue action on SharePoint/Microsoft Lists JSON formatting, people from the community are creating several solutions or use cases, including myself in the two samples: Quick Approvals and Like/Dislike. The setValue action expands the possibilities of what we can do using list formatting, however, we need to bear in mind that, people are able to easily bypass the rules we implement… READ MORE

ADAPTIVE POLICY SCOPES TARGETING SHAREPOINT SITE TEMPLATES
ADAPTIVE POLICY SCOPES TARGETING SHAREPOINT SITE TEMPLATES
Blog Posts

An Adaptive Policy Scope is a flexible feature in Microsoft 365 Information Governance and Records management used when publishing retention policies and retention label policies to locations across your tenant. It’s flexible because it provides the ability to filter the SharePoint sites your policies are published to based on a site’s properties. When building the filter query… READ MORE

Making the Most of SharePoint + Microsoft Teams
Making the Most of SharePoint + Microsoft Teams
Webinars

Does this sound familiar? Your organization has been using SharePoint for collaboration and in response to the pandemic, you quickly deployed Teams. Users were comfortable with SharePoint but haven’t made the connection between how to use the power of SharePoint in Microsoft Teams. In this session, we’ll review tips and ideas to help your users… READ MORE

Add domain to allow list of a site
Add domain to allow list of a site
Blog Posts

This is a note to self kind of article. I found a way of managing the allow list for external sharing of individual SharePoint Online sites via Power Automate. This example shows how you could add domains for a couple of sites at once. Inspiration This question from MichelBr: The second problem I’m facing is… READ MORE

Undeclare a record (in place)
Undeclare a record (in place)
Blog Posts

In SharePoint Online you can declare and undeclare records in place. In this article I am showing you how you can undeclare such a record via the Graph API and Power Automate. Inspiration This question from Dhileep_Varma: I am trying to create a workflow which goes through all the documents in the site collection &… READ MORE