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Remember when you were in school and studied “boring” formulas and probably wondered whether you will ever use them in real life? Well, perhaps you should have smoked less weed back then and listened more to your math teacher, because today, I will explain why formulas are handy in SharePoint. To be precise, I will explain a few ways to use formulas… keep reading >
Version History has got to be one of the most important document management features in SharePoint. Just like a time machine, Version History allows you to go back in the history of a given document or an item. It also allows you to trace the changes that occurred. To translate into pure English – Version History allows you to save your butt… keep reading >
As users edit the SharePoint pages, add and delete content and web parts, it is also necessary to restore the previous versions of the pages. We had this functionality for a long time. As a matter of fact, I even wrote a post about it. However, Microsoft has recently upgraded the experience. So I would like to explain a modern option now… keep reading >
By default, when you create a Hub Site in SharePoint Online, anyone can join it. It does not really matter whether they can access the Hub Site or not and whether they have any permissions to it at all. As long as the Hub Site exists, any Site Owner can associate their site to your hub. That’s just how it is. This… keep reading >
I love People Web Part! It allows for a quick way to list your team members on a site, and in case you are a small firm use it as an Employee Directory of sorts. Today though, I want to uncover the little known secret which will allow you to add additional information about a user. How to add People Web Part… keep reading >
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