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How to inherit navigation in SharePoint

One of the biggest issues that exist in company Intranets is the lack of consistent navigation. I am sure you encountered this scenario yourself. You click on some subsite and the only way to navigate back to where you came from is to desperately hit the browser “Back button”. One of the best practices and user adoption techniques is to assure your companyIntranet has… keep reading >

8 ways to manage links in SharePoint

Links to websites. Links to company applications and software. Links to network drives. Links to sites and documents. Every single organization has some important links you need to bookmark and share with others. So how do you organize, file and store them? Believe it or not, there are 8 distinct ways to manage links in SharePoint. Let me show you. Option 1: Links… keep reading >

Best Practices on SharePoint Site Design

I got an interesting question from one of my clients the other day. The question was whether I could recommend Best Practices on SharePoint Site Design. Having done some “googling”, I could not find a single article that encapsulated all the best practices. As such, I thought I would write this blog post and provide you tips and advice on best practices… keep reading >

4 ways to create Drop down navigation in SharePoint

Those using SharePoint to build company intranets know that one of the most common requirements of a successful intranet is having an easy, user friendly navigation that allows to quickly go from one site to another. Previously, I have published a blog post on SharePoint Navigation best practices. Clear, simplistic navigation is one of the fundamental techniques in successful user adoption. Today… keep reading >

SharePoint Navigation Best Practices

Have you ever visited a SharePoint Site and felt like you are lost in the woods and don’t know where to go and where to click? Exactly!!! Today, I want to talk about one of my favorite topics – SharePoint Navigation. How important is SharePoint Navigation? As a matter of fact, it is so important, it is usually one of the first… keep reading >

How to add SharePoint Tiles, promoted links, to your site

A quite useful usability feature that I like and highly recommend for your SharePoint sites is called “SharePoint Tiles” (also known as Promoted Links). It is a great way to “spice up” your site, make it more user-friendly for your end users and break away from stale out of the box look and feel. In this post, I provide step-by-step instructions on… keep reading >

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