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It is no secret that Teams has become a de facto hub for collaboration. It is a single place that brings chat (conversations), files, and other content from SharePoint, as well as information from other third-party sources via its vast Apps directory. However, the good old email is still well and alive and is still a tool of choice for many (including… keep reading >
OneDrive Sync, undoubtedly, became the preferred method for many users to interface with SharePoint. I listed it as one of the options available to users in this post. That is not a surprise; while OneDrive sync lacks some benefits one would expect with the SharePoint interface, like metadata and workflows, it offers the convenience of accessing documents from the convenience of Windows… keep reading >
I am sure you, just like everyone else, are part of many Teams within your organization. That means that you are probably are part of many Teams meetings as a result. It is easy to lose sanity between all the meetings related to various projects, staff meetings, etc. The built-in Calendar in Teams does not allow for any grouping or filtering to… keep reading >
We were able to create pages and news posts for quite some time now in SharePoint Online. Modern pages allow for an amazing and very intuitive experience for the end users to create web content in the form of text, images, and other web parts. One of the most requested features that was recently made available was the capability to schedule a… keep reading >
I blogged a few times previously on how you can connect apps in Microsoft Teams to various channels. However, some applications can also be added as personal applications, and that is what I want to explain to you today. Team (Group) Applications Team Applications can be added to any channel by clicking on the + sign (tab) and choosing from the vast… keep reading >
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