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How to access Storage Metrics reports on a SharePoint site

I recently had a client reach out to me with an unusual request. They were constantly running out of space in one of their sites and were always getting warning messages about it. So they wanted to find out what library or file caused the issue. It did not take us long to find the culprit. So let me use this opportunity… keep reading >

3 ways to replicate SharePoint pages from a page template

One thing I particularly like about SharePoint and most Microsoft products is that there are multiple ways to do the same thing. The ability to copy or replicate SharePoint pages is no exception. There could be various reasons why you need to copy a page. Maybe you want to replicate the beautiful design or layout you already have, or perhaps you are… keep reading >

How to migrate files from cloud storage to SharePoint using the Mover Migration Tool

If you currently have your file shares located in the cloud (i.e., Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, etc.) and need to migrate to SharePoint Online/Office 365, then your job is much easier now, thanks to the Mover Migration tool. In this article, I would like to walk you through the process and explain how you can migrate files from Dropbox, Box, or Google… keep reading >

How to replicate a Team based on the existing Team

Microsoft Teams offer an incredible one-stop-shop platform for Team collaboration for chatting, video calls, bookmarks, and file storage. If you configured your MS Team a certain way, you might want to replicate it for other projects or teams. Luckily, we can do so. With this post, let me show you how to replicate a Team based on the existing Team. From MS… keep reading >

6 ways to add comments to documents in SharePoint

As we store and collaborate on documents in SharePoint, there is a need to store comments and quick notes on those documents. I have had a few folks reach out to me lately with this requirement, so I thought I would document all the known (to me) ways to add comments to documents in SharePoint. Option 1: Comments within MS Office desktop… keep reading >

What is Microsoft Planner?

In case you are not familiar or using Planner at the moment, I highly encourage you to get to learn and use the tool. As a project manager in my past career, I used MS Project extensively. But MS Project is a serious tool, built for project managers and large, lengthy projects. Planner, on the other hand, provides a light-weight alternative for… keep reading >

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