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Hub Sites vs. Subsites

I had an interesting question come up from one of my clients the other day. A few years ago he provisioned his company’s Intranet with subsites in a single site collection and was debating whether to update and upgrade to the Modern Intranet and Hub Sites. So he asked me to list a few benefits of Hub Sites vs. Subsites. I was… keep reading >

Sites vs. Pages in SharePoint

What I would like to do with this post is to clarify the difference between SharePoint sites and SharePoint pages. I wrote a similar article some time ago, but this time would like to provide more clarity as I see users confusing these two terms more and more. Sites vs. Pages in SharePoint is one of the most frequent questions I get… keep reading >

How many document libraries shall I have in a SharePoint Site?

I get this question a lot from my clients and blog followers. Just like with other things in life, the answer is “it depends.” There is no right or wrong answer either. However, the decision on how many document libraries you shall have will impact the usability and performance of your site. By default, each new SharePoint site has just one document… keep reading >

SharePoint is not about templates!

Every once in a while, I get an email from users asking me to sell them a SharePoint site template I developed for one of my previous clients. I politely decline the request. It is not because I do not want to help. I am Jewish, so trust me, I won’t pass an opportunity to make an extra buck if I could.… keep reading >

2 ways to invite users to an Office 365 Group Site

The reason I decided to write this post is that I want to clarify for you, my loyal blog followers, how you can invite users to an Office 365 Group site. Unlike a regular SharePoint site, you have an additional option when it comes to sharing an Office 365 Group Site. So with this post, I want to explain the choices you have, as well… keep reading >

An overview of different types of security groups in SharePoint and Office 365

Just a few years back, managing SharePoint Security was a pretty straightforward affair. Before you jump at me and start telling me how complicated security management in SharePoint is and how your boss hates SharePoint for this, please note that I said “straightforward,” not easy. In the past, we only had to worry about SharePoint groups. With the evolution of Office 365,… keep reading >

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