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By default, when you click on Word, Excel, or PowerPoint files from SharePoint or OneDrive, they open up in the browser. That is the default experience for these file types. The browser experience opens files quickly, allows you to make the changes “on the fly,” and best of all –the changes are auto-saved back to SharePoint or OneDrive. However, if you are… keep reading >
There are many ways your employees can invite guests to their sites – they can share a site itself or make the users part of the Microsoft 365 Group/Team. However, there is one other method that is only available to Office 365 Admins. They can invite external users via Azure AD. In today’s post, I want to explain what this is all… keep reading >
Coke or Pepsi? Cat or Dog? Republican or Democrat? Life is full of choices. In this post, however, I would like to help you resolve one of the biggest choices you have to make in your Microsoft 365 environment. I am, of course, talking about the Teams vs. Yammer debate. Both, on the surface, happen to be doing the same thing, but… keep reading >
If you have a new project and are ready to spin up a new Team, you might want to read this post. Did you know there are a few ways for you to create a Team in Teams? Depending on your scenario, you might want to choose one option over the other. In this article, I explain the three options available to… keep reading >
If you are part of a larger organization and have multiple contributors to the content of SharePoint pages, you might want to create some sort of approval process such that changes to the page can be reviewed prior to publishing. In this article, I explain to you how to create an approval workflow for SharePoint pages using Power Automate without a single… keep reading >
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