In this webinar, Bert Jansen, Microsoft, Belgium will focus on transforming your site pages into modern pages, enabling your site for Teams, Planner and other Office 365 group connected services and 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.
We’re pleased to invite you to join us for two top-class upcoming webinars this June. To book your place, simply register below. On Thursday, June 13, join Usama wahab Khan CTO & Microsoft MVP, Evolution Technologies, United Arab Emirates for a detailed session looking at Modern SharePoint Tools. This level 300 demonstration will cover how to use and set up Flow, PowerBI, PowerApps and… READ MORE
This session breaks down Microsoft 365 threat protection services and demonstrates how Microsoft 365’s threat protection leverages strength of signal, integration, machine learning and AI to help secure the modern workplace.
In this video we will learn How-To Create Modern SharePoint Communication and Team Site Template Site Designs.
Powell 365 recently integrated the Microsoft Site Design & Site Script features to give customers a new way to manager their SharePoint sites. Powell Software CTO, Fred LePors talks about how this is a game changer for SharePoint end-users. Over the past year, Microsoft has invested a lot in ‘modernizing’ SharePoint with the release of… READ MORE
NOTE: SharePoint Framework Extensions (such as application customizers) used in this blog post are currently in developer preview and are limited to Office 365 developer tenant sites only. I have updated this code a number of times to support changes that have been made as the developer preview has evolved since June. You can follow the history… READ MORE
NOTE: SharePoint Framework Extensions (such as application customizers) used in this blog post are currently in developer preview and are limited to Office 365 developer tenant sites only. Back in 2015, I published a post on this blog detailing the steps for implementing a custom site header and footer using a SharePoint-hosted add-in. The add-in contained: 1. An add-in… READ MORE