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Why You Should Never Attach Documents in a SharePoint List

I see this happening again and again – users attach documents in a SharePoint list. Yes, you can do it – but that is not what SharePoint list was designed for. It is like making pancakes with an iron. As a matter of fact – there are some very... read more

Microsoft SharePoint Cheat Sheet

Employee collaboration is often the key to enterprise success, and Microsoft SharePoint is one of the primary tools that make it possible. Learn about SharePoint's features, competitors, and more. This cheat sheet explains what SharePoint is, why it could be useful in your enterprise, and how you can get... read more

Move Files Anywhere in Office 365, SharePoint and OneDrive

Last year, we released enhancements that allow you to copy files in Office 365. Today, we're adding the ability to move files in Office 365 with full fidelity protections for metadata and version management. This enables important scenarios for managing information architecture in Office 365. Move files from... read more

SharePoint Online Deployments Surging

SharePoint Online deployments increased by an impressive 167 percent from 2016 to 2017. While only 21 percent of respondents in 2016 had SharePoint Online deployed, that number soared to 56 percent in 2017. read more

How to move files between Office 365, SharePoint and OneDrive

Microsoft allows users to movie files in Office 365 with full fidelity protections for metadata and version management. Thus it helps in easing up all the process if we look at a bigger picture. Now let us take a look at how this all things come together and make... read more

Five Ways Microsoft SharePoint Can Help Teams Collaborate

For many enterprises, team collaboration is the engine that powers innovation. Bringing together different perspectives and a diversity of experiences, collaboration can spark new products, new services, and new ways to drive revenues and increase profits. Not only that, cooperation and collaboration can be a force in motivating workforce... read more

SharePoint Build to Build Update Playbook

Microsoft released a new "SharePoint Build to Build Update Playbook" for IT pros who update SharePoint Server installations. The playbook is an Excel-based best practices guide that was designed by Microsoft Premier Field Engineers for IT pros that manage mid-to-large SharePoint farms. It can be downloaded at the TechNet... read more

How SharePoint Tasks Lists Can Help Break the Sticky Note Habit

It turns out the sticky note habit is a surprisingly hard one to break. Heavy users even stuff color-coded sticky notes into labeled boxes to keep track of activities. Many will tell you they just don't know a better way to manage tasks. Many more will say they tried... read more

Create and use custom SharePoint site designs in Office 365

With great sites comes great responsibility and structure. It is the focus of IT and content managers to enable the business to achieve their outcomes while staying in compliance with company guidelines and preferences. And now you can with the ability to further customize the "modern" SharePoint sites experiences... read more

SharePoint Pages are Finally Getting Serious Editing Capabilities

If you're a SharePoint user, you’ll be acutely aware of the limitations in Microsoft's editing tools on SharePoint pages. To put it bluntly, they’ve been severely lacking in capability and usability. Thankfully the page and image editing is getting an overhaul. read more

Unleashing the Hidden Power of your SharePoint Blog

If you ask SharePoint owners and users about their favorite features of the SharePoint intranet, you can be sure that a SharePoint team site will be among the most popular answers. Indeed, almost 60% of companies confirm that a team site is the most frequently used collaboration feature. read more

Creating Your First PowerApps App Using a SharePoint List

PowerApps allows us common folks (non-developers) to create and publish web and mobile apps through an easy to use web-based tool. No Visual Studio, no coffee-based languages, and no dealing with getting something published to the fruit store. If you can use a web browser, you can build and... read more