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Why I stick to SharePoint Out of the Box functionality

If you follow my blog posts and newsletter, you probably already know that I am a staunch supporter of SharePoint Out of the Box functionality. That means that when I configure Intranet Portals, Project Portals or Document Management Systems for my clients, I only use what’s already available in SharePoint.  I do not use any custom coding or third-party tools or add-ons.… keep reading >

7 ways to search for content in SharePoint and Office 365

Good news – there are more places than ever to search for content in SharePoint and Office 365. Bad news – there are more places than ever to search for content in SharePoint, and your search results will differ depending on where you initiate your search from. So that you understand what I am talking about, let me explain the different search… keep reading >

SharePoint Custom list vs. Excel

Quite often, I am asked by my clients and blog followers, whether or not it makes sense to transition information from Excel to SharePoint custom lists. As with many things in life, the answer is “It depends.” Let me list the advantages of both, which hopefully will help you make the right decision. I assume you have an idea of what Excel… keep reading >

How to create sites and site collections from a SharePoint Site Template

I have blogged numerous times previously about the benefits of the site templates in SharePoint. Templates allow users to “lock” a particular look and feel and structure of a site and quickly replicate it in their environment. This is quite handy when you want to quickly replicate and roll out a few project sites or department sites based on the same look… keep reading >

Go back to Dropbox!

I know what you are might be saying to yourself. Greg, are you having a bad day, or did you have too much coffee this morning? It is “No” to question # 1 and “No” to question # 2 – just another typical day in the life of SharePoint consultant.  🙂 Thanks for asking, though. The reason for this post is that… keep reading >

SharePoint Modern Page Best Practices

It has been around two years since I published SharePoint Page Design best practices post. That was when we only had classical Wiki Pages at our disposal. A lot has changed since then. Classical Wiki Pages are pretty much a thing of the past now. If you are in SharePoint Online, you should only create new site pages using modern page experience.… keep reading >

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