Join Erica Toelle, MVP, Erica Toelle, LLC, USA for the How To video on using AI Builder & Microsoft Power Automate to extract metadata from a form.
I hope all your content has metadata. It probably doesn’t. Those pesky end users store documents every which way — and then they can’t find them. In fact, the average user spends 4.5 hours per week looking for documents. It’s a vicious cycle. Do you think your organization values data as an asset? Do you… READ MORE
Part 1 blog discuss about creation of view filter for Modern SharePoint site. This part we discuss how to create View filter based on Metadata field for Classic SharePoint site. Classic SharePoint Site – How to Create View Filter In my scenario I have a document library “Documents” which has several type of documents with… READ MORE
This blog is about how to create a View in document library to filter documents by Metadata / Taxonomy field. The blog will discuss for both modern and classic SharePoint site Modern Site – How to Create View Filter Consider you want to load all documents from Library filtered by Taxonomy / Metadata field. Currently… READ MORE
The latest trend that I notice by those who start using Office 365 is an immediate desire to start using all the tools available in Office 365 all at once. Why??? Way too often I see my clients start using Teams, Planner, Yammer, Office 365 Groups all at once, without having a clear strategy. When you go… READ MORE
Join Soud Ereiqat, Colligo’s Digital Transformation Expert to learn How to Set up your SharePoint Library for email metadata.
One of the biggest concerns companies have out there is that by switching to SharePoint, companies will loose the ability to keep private data private. This is an absolutely wrong assumption. In fact, SharePoint is rock solid when it comes to security and security configuration. It uses a concept called “Security Trimming”. I personally call it… READ MORE
The subject pdf and crawl or indexing with SharePoint is really huge. It starts with the iFilter PDF which needs to be installed on SharePoint 2010 and which is by default included in SP2013. But it is limited. It makes fulltext indices but it does not indexing the extended metadata from PDFs like keywords or subject (Thema).
Microsoft Word is shipped with a functionality called Quick Parts.
For many users, the importance of a strong metadata strategy and taxonomy strategy is unclear. This presentation will walk through some common end user scenarios; adding documents to a library, participating in an enterprise workflow, finding technical expertise through some of the new social search features in SharePoint 2010 and discuss the metadata and taxonomy… READ MORE