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2 ways to approve requests and documents in Microsoft Flow

Based on my experience, I would say that majority of business processes within organizations revolve around some sort of approval. It could be a simple vacation request approval or a document review. Most of the time, we just want to have a simple outcome of either Approval or Rejection. SharePoint by itself has a very simple Content Approval mechanism that can easily… keep reading >

How to create a blog site in SharePoint

SharePoint is of course known for its wonderful and superb document management and collaboration features, but did you know that you could also use it to publish a company blog? So this blog post is all about blog posts in SharePoint 🙂  Follow these step by step instructions to create a blog site in SharePoint in just a few minutes. How to create… keep reading >

How to set up retention and deletion policies for files and folders in SharePoint

Some time ago I published a post around retention and deletion of sites in the SharePoint environment. Today, I want to explain how to setup retention and deletion policies for the actual content (files and folders). Setting up such policies will allow you to adhere to certain regulations within your industry. For example, if you are an accounting firm, you might need… 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 >

How to set site closure and deletion policies in SharePoint Online

We have all been there – you go and do an inventory of your SharePoint environment, and you make it to the subsites that have last been touched by the humans five years ago. Moreover, the site owner has left the company, and no one knows what the site is for and what kind of content is there. To avoid such trivial situations,… keep reading >

2 ways to see what users have access to in SharePoint

You know how on Facebook and LinkedIn you have the feature to see what your profile looks like to other users? I am sure you wondered what kind of access do users have in SharePoint on a given site and what exactly do they “see” when they land on one. Today I would like to explain two ways to check user access… keep reading >

How to track comments with “append changes” functionality in SharePoint List

Here is a business scenario for you. You have a list in SharePoint and would like to capture comments from the users. However, here is a twist. You want to capture the whole history/audit trail of all the comments users typed in, without the danger of user accidentally deleting comments left by the previous user edits. An example that could benefit from… keep reading >

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