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Solve all your SharePoint sync issues by using the new OneDrive Sync Client

I have been waiting for quite some time to write this post. And finally happy I can do that. Let me explain. For some time, those relying heavily on the sync capability of SharePoint were somewhat out of luck. While OneDrive sync client for SharePoint existed, it was not reliable, caused various sync conflicts, missing documents, and frustrated users. I even published… keep reading >

What is Power BI?

I am sure as you are working through SharePoint Online and Office 365, you ran into something called Power BI. What is Power BI and should you pay attention to it? This post will answer some of the questions you might have. What is Power BI? Power BI stands for Power Business Intelligence. In pure English, business intelligence means an ability to… keep reading >

How to copy pages in SharePoint Online

If you are looking to learn how to copy pages in SharePoint Online, you came to the right place. From time to time, there might be a need to duplicate the page within a site. Maybe it features a certain layout that you like or a mix of web parts/content you need to duplicate for easy editing. With this post, I would… keep reading >

What is PowerApps?

I am sure you noticed PowerApps name, links and tiles appear in your SharePoint/Office 365 environment and are probably wondering what this is all about. With this post, I would like to explain to you what PowerApps is and how you can get started with building your own, custom application. What is PowerApps? PowerApps is a software to build custom business applications without the… keep reading >

3 out of the box ways to save emails in SharePoint

SharePoint is great for storing all sorts of content we generate these days. Word, Excel, PowerPoint files, images, videos, and PDFs. However, we also generate another type of content where we might store important decisions, intellectual property or other relevant information in. I am talking about good, old email. Naturally, the email messages and attachments reside in a different tool called Exchange (if… keep reading >

How to live without Windows Explorer in SharePoint Online

If you have stumbled upon this post, you most likely have been utilizing Windows Explorer functionality in SharePoint to access and work with files and folders. Since the majority of organizations have been using SharePoint as a file share, the Open with Explorer button acted as a pacifier for those craving to work with SharePoint in a familiar fashion. But times have changed, and… keep reading >

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