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How to enable Item Level Permissions in SharePoint

Here is a real-life scenario. You have built a list in SharePoint so that users can submit entries, but you only want users to be able to read or modify own entries. An example of such list could be a submission form to Human Resources (Vacation Request) or a HelpDesk ticketing system. Unlike other types of lists, you might not necessarily want… keep reading >

SharePoint Web Part ideas for your SharePoint Team Site

If you love creating team sites in SharePoint (just like I do), you might be wondering which web parts would be a great addition to your site. Whether you are building a small workspace for your team or a project site for the next large project in your PMO, this post will talk about the web parts that might increase your team… keep reading >

Follow vs. Alert in SharePoint

In case you wonder what the difference between Follow vs. Alert in SharePoint is – you came to the right place. As a matter of fact – I do get this question frequently from my clients and blog readers, so you are not alone. Before I explain the difference between the two, let me first clarify what each of these options is… keep reading >

2 ways to view Site hierarchy of a site collection

As SharePoint Intranet matures in your organization, you will find your users creating an ever-increasing number of SharePoint sites. In one of the previous blog posts, I have outlined some of the best practices on site hierarchy design. But what if you want to review your hierarchy every once in a while, and make sure your site owners follow the best practices… keep reading >

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