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3 ways to store images in SharePoint

We tend to think of SharePoint as strictly a repository for business-type/Office documents, like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDFs. However, even in the business world, it is not just about the office documents. More and more, visuals, like photos and videos become a necessary content in the daily business life. Previously, I blogged about various options to store videos. Today, I want to… keep reading >

7 reasons you cannot find the documents in a SharePoint document library

You know that feeling when you cannot find your car keys or wallet in your house? You know they are there, somewhere, but, yet, you spend the whole day searching for them. The same phenomenon applies to SharePoint document libraries. You have seen the document before, and now it is …gone. This post will try to shed some light on the mystery… keep reading >

Do you really need to check out a document in SharePoint?

In an earlier post, I explained the concept of Co-authoring in SharePoint. Co-authoring allows multiple users to work on the same document simultaneously. The concept of check-in/check-out is a total opposite of co-authoring. In this article, I would like to explain what it is all about and whether you need it at all. Co-authoring is all about collaboration between multiple users. Check-in/Check-out,… keep reading >

6 ways to save files to SharePoint

I had an interesting and trivial question being asked the other day by one of my clients. “How do I save files to SharePoint?” I almost responded, “You must be kidding.” I thought, just like breathing and eating – this was intuitive and common knowledge. But then, as I was explaining the options, I realized that there are way too many techniques… keep reading >

Co-authoring documents in SharePoint

One of the great capabilities of SharePoint is the ability for multiple users to work on the same document at the same time (also know as co-authoring). This functionality enhances collaboration, improves user experience and adoption of SharePoint. What is Co-Authoring? Co-Authoring in SharePoint is a formal name for multiple (2 or more) users collaborating together on the same file/document at the… keep reading >

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