Tag: SharePoint Sites

10 Ways to Present News in a SharePoint Site
10 Ways to Present News in a SharePoint Site
Blog Posts

News are an essential part of any Intranet site. And this is not surprising, since SharePoint sites are created predominantly for sharing information, announcing events and making sure everyone stays on the same page regarding whatever they work with. In this article, we at ShortPoint would like to suggest you 10 ways of presenting news in your… READ MORE

SharePoint Online Essentials
SharePoint Online Essentials
Ebooks

SharePoint Online Essentials gives an overview over features that users should understand to be able to work efficiently in Office 365 SharePoint. It is written by Microsoft certified SharePoint expert and trainer Peter Kalmström, who has published several books on SharePoint and Office 365 features. SharePoint Online Essentials describes the modern as well as the… READ MORE

Drive Adoption of Office 365 Groups and Modern SharePoint Sites
Drive Adoption of Office 365 Groups and Modern SharePoint Sites
Webinars

Speakers: Sean Wallbridge, President & Principal Consultant, itgroove, Canada Alec McCauley, Managing Consultant, itgroove, Canada Webinar Description:  Learn what Modern SharePoint has to offer, how to make the most of those modern capabilities, and drive adoption of Office 365 Groups/Modern SharePoint sites.   Demos: Teams and Groups SharePoint Framework (no audio) Site Provisioning Column Formatting… READ MORE

10 End-of-Year Things to do on Your SharePoint Sites
10 End-of-Year Things to do on Your SharePoint Sites
Blog Posts

With one week left before most people go on leave, chances are most people are working all that hard anymore. We’re all too tired and ready for a break. If you don’t really feel like doing your day job, why not do some annual maintenance on your team sites?

SharePoint Multilingual Sites – Determining Languages to Deploy
SharePoint Multilingual Sites – Determining Languages to Deploy
Blog Posts

Where do I start? The users demand support for multi lingual. First step I see is to start supporting the language packs… but which ones? You need to figure it out. You may not be best served by simply installing all of them. What would happen if MS decided to stop supporting one of them? I’ve found a few places that make me sound smart when I recommend languages to support… It doesn’t have to be a guessing game. 1)