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New look for OneDrive and SharePoint

New Look for OneDrive & SharePoint

Microsoft announce a new experience across web and mobile that makes finding what’s important to you easier, while keeping you better up to date with what is going on with your files. You will see all these changes hit your device and browser before the end of the year. read more
New SharePoint features

New SharePoint Features

Microsoft announced few new features to help organize and manage information in SharePoint lists and libraries, and connect related sites using the new Hub site. Listen to questions and answers in a post-Ignite "fireside chat" with two Microsoft MVPs focused on business user experiences and value. read more

Setting Up Office 365 Extranet

While trying to configure a 2016 hybrid SharePoint environment, I wanted to explore the features of a O365 Extranet. Having never set one up before, I turned to Microsoft for articles on how to simply set it up. read more
Feature Pack 2 for SharePoint Server 2016

Feature Pack 2 for SharePoint Server 2016

Microsoft announced the latest major update to SharePoint Server 2016, Feature Pack 2, and it is now available to download for free. SharePoint 2016 Feature Pack 2 supports SharePoint Framework client-side web parts hosted in classic SharePoint pages built using the SharePoint Framework v1.0. read more
New SharePoint CSOM version released for SharePoint Online

New SharePoint CSOM version released for SharePoint Online

New SharePoint Client-Side Object Model (CSOM) version targeted for the Office 365 or more specifically for SharePoint and Project Online is now available. This release again contains updates on the existing SharePoint and Project CSOM assemblies and some maintenance changes. Key update is the support for accessing list item... read more

Discussion Board for SharePoint 2016

In every organization, team members need to share information and discuss topics. SharePoint 2016 makes this task easy and simple. All you need is to set up a discussion board and everyone will be able to start new discussions and participate in existing ones. You can add multiple Discussion... read more

Optimize SPFx Files Delivery for Performance

Using the standard toolchain you can easily deploy your SharePoint Framework files to Microsoft Azure. Here is what you should do next to ensure that users will load these files as quickly as possible. In the past, when building SharePoint customizations, Microsoft recommended us to integrate with SharePoint as... read more

Anonymous Registration Auto Approval Using a Domain Policy

There are a limited number of times in the SharePoint world, especially the extranet world, where an IT Administrator can set up a segment of their external facing environment and basically just walk away… knowing it is working as needed without any further need of tweaking or modifications. However,... read more

New Tenant-wide SPFx Deployment Option

Developers can now choose to mark their solution as being ready for tenant-scoped deployment which gives tenant administrators the option to make a SPFx solution and its corresponding parts and extensions immediately available across all site collections in a tenant. The option permits a customized WebPart to show up... read more
Communication Site or Team Site?

Communication Site or Team Site?

As Microsoft continues to roll out the new Communication Site to more Office 365 users, your users will want to know: Do I need a Communication Site or a Team Site? Choosing between a Team Site and a Communication Site should start with your intent and desired business outcomes.... read more

Tips for Selecting a SharePoint Intranet-in-a-Box

There are well over 26 options of SharePoint Intranet-in-a-Box and all offer a variety of functionality, architecture, design and services. Here are few questions we recommend asking third-party SharePoint Intranet-in-a-Box providers so you don't waste your time vetting less mature products. read more

Granular External Sharing Controls in SharePoint Online

One of SharePoint Online's greatest strengths has always been its ability to easily share with users external to your organization. Yet this ease often brings with it concerns about excessive sharing. Microsoft has just started rolling out site collection level allowed/denied lists. If this has been enabled in your... read more