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2 ways to disable modern page comments

With the roll-out of modern pages in SharePoint, team members got the ability to comment on the page contents via the Comments box at the bottom of each page. This is another attempt to make SharePoint more social and less static. The Comments might be handy in some specific use cases. For example, maybe you built a page for some announcement or… keep reading >

Getting started with Office 365 – SharePoint Administrator Checklist

If you are reading this post, you probably have the lucky job of being an Office 365/SharePoint Administrator. Mazel Tov – welcome to the club! As a SharePoint Admin, there are a few things you might want to do before you create the first site in SharePoint or allow users to upload documents and other content. Hence, I would like to share… keep reading >

3 ways to import Excel to SharePoint

A while back I published a post where I explained how to export SharePoint lists from SharePoint to Excel. Today, I am going to cover the opposite of this – how to import Excel to SharePoint. Say, you have an Excel list/table and want to bring it to SharePoint (because SharePoint custom list kicks ass!). How do you achieve this? Well, let… keep reading >

How to create a custom list in SharePoint

We have lots of out of the box web parts at our disposal in SharePoint. We have Tasks for task management, issues for issues management, a calendar for events, and so on. But what if you want to create a custom list in SharePoint with your own custom columns and replicate, say an Excel spreadsheet? It is not that hard at all… keep reading >

Why you need to follow sites in SharePoint

With all these social media tools out there, it seems like all we do these days is Like, Follow, Pin, and Check-in. SharePoint is no exception. It now features a Follow button, and you can now follow sites in SharePoint if you wish. But why do we need to follow sites in SharePoint? We follow people on Facebook if we want to… keep reading >

How to upgrade from classical wiki pages to modern pages in SharePoint

One question I often get lately from my loyal blog followers is how to upgrade from classical Wiki pages to modern pages in SharePoint. As I blogged a few times previously, modern pages in SharePoint are the way to go and I recommend that for all new sites you only create modern pages going forward. That said, naturally, the majority of pages… keep reading >

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