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Saying Goodbye to SharePoint Designer

Saying Goodbye to SharePoint Designer

I finally found an awesome tool to handle some development workload that used to require SharePoint Designer (SPD). First, let’s address the elephant in the room, there was no SPD 2016 release along the SharePoint 2016 release, so the community was already expecting the tool to depreciate over time.... read more
New Improvements for SharePoint Framework Coming Soon

New Improvements for SharePoint Framework Coming Soon

At Microsoft Build, we previewed several upcoming changes and improvements coming to SharePoint Framework. You’ll see these changes start to release over the coming weeks, and we’ll go into more detail at the upcoming SharePoint Conference – North America. Watch Vesa Juvonen's presentation from Build to see more detail... read more
20x Increase in the SharePoint Online Per User Storage

20x Increase in the SharePoint Online Per User Storage

Microsoft announced 20x increase in the SharePoint Online per user license storage allocation. This will increase to 1 TB plus 10 GB per user license purchased, up from 1 TB plus .5 GB per user license purchased. Note this does not include SharePoint Online kiosk plans including Office 365... read more
Share global navigation between site collections

Share Global Navigation Between Site Collections

Managing a global navigation between multiple site collections don't need to be a painful and tedious task. With the use of Manage Metadata you can easily build your navigation structure and update it globally to all site collections at once, the steps described below work for SharePoint Online and... read more
Why It's Time to Update Your Legacy SharePoint Intranet

Why It’s Time to Update Your Legacy SharePoint Intranet

The days when businesses could install SharePoint, build an intranet on top of it and then spend the next few years not worrying about major upgrades will soon be gone. read more
GDPR and SharePoint : How to Ensure Your Solution is Compliant

GDPR and SharePoint : How to Ensure Your Solution is Compliant

Although this regulation has been designed for the EU, there is speculation this type of regulation will become global, so by getting compliant now you are ahead of the game. Another benefit for business is transparency between consumers and businesses, building trust. read more
Adding Metadata to SharePoint Document Libraries

Adding Metadata to SharePoint Document Libraries

How to let SharePoint users add just the right amount of information to make searching for files easier, without going overboard. read more
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SharePoint News Updates in Office 365

With SharePoint pages and news, you create relevant, content-rich announcements and reports that look great on any device and within other applications, including Microsoft Teams, filled with content from inside and outside Office 365. And news articles are available to all team members even if they join the team... read more
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SharePoint Online is Ending Support for the Newsfeed

SharePoint Online is ending support for the Newsfeed and will turn this to read-only in SharePoint Online and remove the option to implement the Newsfeed feature in navigation and through Tenant Administration. The native SharePoint social features in SharePoint Online were designed to let people work together in ways... read more
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Configuring MIM 2016 Full and Incremental Imports for SharePoint

The initial MIM Install was pretty straightforward. I am going to assume you have installed MIM and have run the PowerShell for Full and Delta imports using SharePointSync.psm1 and that they are working correctly. I am also going to assume you have SP1 and at least KB4021562 for FIM. read more