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How to create a SharePoint organization news site
How to create a SharePoint organization news site
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SharePoint organization news sites are the official source of information for news in your intranet. News posted in this type of sites are marked with a color tag so users can distinguish between an official news post and a news published in communication and team sites. By default, when an administrator creates a home site… READ MORE

13 essential elements of SharePoint Intranet Governance
13 essential elements of SharePoint Intranet Governance
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SharePoint intranet governance covers three of our favourite topics: SharePoint, intranets and governance! Governance is one of the key elements for the success of any SharePoint intranet – it covers the policies, processes and roles that ensure your intranet works optimally, keeps its strategic value and contains great content. In the past, we’ve written extensively… READ MORE

SharePoint – SPFX Back to Top
SharePoint – SPFX Back to Top
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Introduction This post will demonstrate another SharePoint UI hack that is typically seen on many modern sites today. Back to top is a button that will position itself on the right hand bottom corner of the screen once you scroll a bit down. It’s very useful on long pages where your users might want to… READ MORE

SharePoint Syntex: Advanced Search Now Using Custom Columns
SharePoint Syntex: Advanced Search Now Using Custom Columns
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New SharePoint Syntex functionality has recently arrived in my tenant to extend the Advanced Search functionality that is available in document libraries to allow custom columns from your Syntex models to be added to search. This feature is only available to licenced Syntex users, only in libraries that have Syntex models applied to them and… READ MORE

Setting SharePoint Permissions with Power Automate
Setting SharePoint Permissions with Power Automate
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Power Automate can be used to set permissions on items in SharePoint Lists and Libraries. This can allow custom permissions to be set based on metadata or other parameters. In this post I will explain how to set permissions on an item using a Flow that triggers on item creation. Microsoft provides some documentation on Power… READ MORE

USING A SHAREPOINT CALCULATED COLUMN WITH RETENTION
USING A SHAREPOINT CALCULATED COLUMN WITH RETENTION
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I’ve been asked this question several times from SharePoint practitioners trying to translate their existing/new Information Architecture configuration into the world of retention. Question: “Can you use a SharePoint calculated column as a condition to auto-apply a retention label?” I didn’t know the answer for sure, so I tested it out! Short answer… yes, but… READ MORE

How to edit images using SharePoint and OneDrive
How to edit images using SharePoint and OneDrive
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SharePoint document libraries and OneDrive now allow you edit images directly in the browser without the need to download them. This feature is great to make simple modifications like crop images, adjust color and light, apply filters and write markup on top of the image.   To start using the image editor you should do… READ MORE