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I just can’t get enough of the News Web Part. Every time I use it, I see some new option pop-up that makes the web part more sophisticated and refined. The feature I would like to describe in this article is not new, but will make your pages more dynamic and sexy. Today I want to explain how to add a rotating… keep reading >
I am quite surprised to hear when my clients and blog followers ask me to explain to them how to turn off Delve! The primary reason: the documents that surface up automatically on each user’s profile page. If you are one of these users, please don’t! Let me explain my position here, and hopefully, you will also stop being afraid of Delve.… keep reading >
News Web Part is an excellent addition to any informational site in SharePoint – from landing pages to department communication sites. It allows for an easy way to post an announcement and promote it within an organization. However, it does have one limitation: as the news posts accumulate, there is no way to expire them. By default, they would all appear in… keep reading >
Teams have now become almost synonymous with meetings and work from home, especially given the recent surge due to the pandemic. The most significant appeal of Teams is the ability to chat and hold meetings from within a single interface. However, Teams are not just for a chat and video calls. As I have explained previously, Teams as an application does not… keep reading >
Today I once again would like to talk about one of my favorite web parts in SharePoint – the News Web Part. Specifically, I want to explain the News post pages that are created as a result of this web part and draw a comparison with the regular SharePoint page. SharePoint Page Let’s start with the easier one. The SharePoint page allows… keep reading >
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