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Please be safe

This won’t be my usual post with SharePoint instructions. I write my posts in batches weeks and months in advance, so the latest articles you get to see were written a while ago and are auto-scheduled to be published during the week. So back, when they were written, we did not have the catastrophe on our hands that we have today. I… keep reading >

2 ways to create a new plan in Microsoft Planner

As I have blogged previously, Planner that is part of Office 365 Groups, is a great way to manage team tasks on a small project. As such, it has gained quite a popularity and following among Office 365 users. The reason for my post today is that I would like to explain two unique ways to create a new plan in Microsoft… keep reading >

How to replace a classic root site in SharePoint Online with a modern site

If your organization enrolled in the Office 365 subscription prior to April 2019, your root SharePoint site was created with what we now call “classic team site template.” While all new sites you create now are going to be modern, the root site (which was provisioned at the time of the subscription) still bears the classic look and feel. Every time I… keep reading >

What is Microsoft To Do?

Whether you need to buy a bottle of milk on the way home or complete the project proposal at work, our life consists of tasks. Up until recently, there was no good option to manage individual tasks in SharePoint and Office 365. That changed though with the introduction of Microsoft To Do. What is Microsoft To Do? Microsoft To Do is a… keep reading >

5 ways to display Employee Birthdays and Anniversary Dates in SharePoint Online

One of the common requests for Company Intranets is the ability to display employee birthdays or anniversary dates on a main SharePoint Intranet landing page. While there is no dedicated, out of the box web part that allows you to do this (yet), there are a few tricks in the book that I employed for my clients in the past. That’s what… keep reading >

How to embed content from other websites in SharePoint Online

When my clients ask me to define SharePoint, I always describe it as a one-stop-shop for any content within an organization. True to its name, it does that in a very spectacular fashion. However, it is not restricted to just the content and information created and managed directly in SharePoint. You can also bring in content from other (external) web pages as… keep reading >

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