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How to connect a SharePoint Site to an Office 365 Group

Office 365 Groups are extremely popular these days. Besides just a SharePoint site, you also get all these cool tools and apps, like Planner, Teams, shared Outlook calendar, and an email distribution list. But what if you already have an existing SharePoint site, that you created like three years ago and now wanted all those cool features too? Well, you might be… keep reading >

4 ways to display charts in SharePoint

A great way to spice up your SharePoint site is by adding some visual charts and graphs to it.  I am a very practical kind of guy, so shiny objects and charts don’t excite me much, but hey, we all know your boss will love them, so let me show you a few tricks on how to display charts in SharePoint so that… keep reading >

How to stop sync of a SharePoint Document Library

“Help! We just had all our files and folders mysteriously disappear from our SharePoint site. They were there yesterday, and today they are all gone. We lost like 10,000+ files and folders.” This is the email I got from one of my clients the other day. If this sounds familiar, you might want to read this article. Usually, when something like this… keep reading >

SharePoint Permissions Simplified

Trying to understand how SharePoint permissions work sometimes feels like trying to understand how Facebook privacy settings work. You think you get it and then it turns out your wife has access to all the photos of you having way too much fun at your friend’s bachelor party.   🙂 So with this post, I would like to explain how SharePoint permissions work.… keep reading >

Should I have subsites in Office 365 Groups?

That’s a million dollar question, my friend! With all the changes happening with SharePoint, this becomes more of an opinion and preference than anything else. So let me share my thoughts on this. What are Office 365 Groups Instead of me typing it all up here, why don’t you check my previous post to read what the Office 365 Group is all… keep reading >

Best way to implement SharePoint in a large organization

As a SharePoint consultant, I mostly focus on small and medium-sized organizations. However, over the last year, I had a chance to consult for and help implement SharePoint in some really large organizations: a large medical device manufacturer, a university and an engineering company. So with this post, I would like to share my observations as well as share some tips and… keep reading >

3 ways to build multiple conditions in Microsoft Flow

I had an interesting dilemma to solve for one of my clients the other day. They had a document library with various types of documents and different approvers depending on the document type. What made it a bit complicated was the fact that they had way too many document types and separate approvers for almost every type of the document. So below… keep reading >

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