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5 tips for reviving an ailing SharePoint intranet

5 Tips for Reviving an Ailing SharePoint Intranet

There are many reasons users disengage from an intranet, ranging from frustration and reluctance to change, to poor user training and a lack of best practice guidance. Whatever the reason your users aren't engaging. read more
From IT Pro to Cloud Pro Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint Online

From IT Pro to Cloud Pro Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint Online

This guide brings together the knowledge you need to transition smoothly to Microsoft Office 365 cloud-only and hybrid environments. Microsoft MVP Ben Curry and leading cloud architect Brian Laws present specific, up-to-date guidance on administering key cloud technologies, including Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint Online, Azure AD, and OneDrive for... read more
Microsoft Flow integration for SharePoint

Microsoft Flow integration for SharePoint

Create interactive, on-demand Microsoft Flows in SharePoint document libraries and lists. Build Flows in lists and libraries that you can launch directly from SharePoint command bar. The new interface will make it easier for users to create Microsoft Flow templates from within SharePoint lists and libraries. read more
The SharePoint Permissions Struggles in Office 365 Groups

The SharePoint Permissions Struggles in Office 365 Groups

Recently, Microsoft introduced a new mechanism for permission control for Groups and specifically the Modern SharePoint Team Site. The permission structure within Office 365 Groups has always been very straightforward. On one hand we have the owners and on the other hand the members. The main difference? The owners... read more
Create a Search Service Status Dashboard

Create a Search Service Status Dashboard

This suite of reports was created to help evaluate, monitor and maintain on-premises SharePoint farms by providing DEEP feedback and analysis of the SharePoint Search Service Application. The core is a set of "tests" that you can run collectively or independently and in detail to determine the overall health... read more
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News on SharePoint home in Office 365

At the top of SharePoint home, you will now see News from sites. It's easy to see what the news is, where it's coming from, how it’s trending - and you're one-click away from reading the article in it full fidelity, no matter what operating system or browser you... read more
Building a SharePoint 2016 Home Lab

Building a SharePoint 2016 Home Lab

A How-To Reference on Simulating a Realistic SharePoint Testing Environment. This book is a step-by-step guide to building your own SharePoint farm in a home lab setting. Learn how to build a windows domain and then join servers into the domain in order to create your own testing and... read more
SharePoint Is Now Ripe for App Modernization

SharePoint Is Now Ripe for App Modernization

Now that Microsoft Azure has become a robust PaaS platform by offering a lot of additional services, using the provider-hosted add-in approach, not app transformation, is the way to go. read more
Your First Web Part with ReactJS and the SharePoint Framework

Your First Web Part with ReactJS and the SharePoint Framework

In this article, I'm going to begin to dive deeper into ReactJS by building a client web part that welcomes the current user. As with my previous article, I'm going to stay focused on learning the fundamentals of ReactJS while limiting the SPFX details to the essentials. read more
Learning React JS in the SharePoint Framework

Learning React JS in the SharePoint Framework

For this article, I am going to focus on introducing the React framework in SharePoint Framework. Few basics in order to take a look at the code generated in a typical SPFX project and explain the basics of the React framework. read more
Getting started with Microsoft Flow and Dynamics 365

Getting started with Microsoft Flow and Dynamics 365

Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based service that helps non-developers work smarter by allowing them to automate workflows across applications and services such as Office 365, Dynamics 365 but also Salesforce, Slack,etc... read more
Web Part Properties in the SharePoint Framework - Part 2

Web Part Properties in the SharePoint Framework – Part 2

In this post I continue looking at the out-of-the-box controls you can use for web part properties in SPFx. I think the team have done a good job on how web part properties work - in terms of controls, you can always create your own but it's good to... read more