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6 ways to create workflows in SharePoint

SharePoint is a great platform for collaboration and sharing. However, anytime you need some sort of approval or business process to occur, you need to engage the workflow capability. There are several ways for you to create workflows in SharePoint, and today I would like to go over and explain all of the available options. Option 1: No workflow Yep, it is… keep reading >

3 ways to notify a user of changes in a SharePoint list

SharePoint lists are great at storing non-document content like issues, tasks, events, contacts or any other info via a custom list. So here is a typical business scenario. Say, you add some content to the list and want to notify a user of changes in a SharePoint list. How do you make this happen? This post will explain the available options. 1. Alert… keep reading >

3 ways to make a user a Site Collection Administrator

Today I want to explain how to make a user a Site Collection Administrator. Just to be clear, we are talking about Site Collection administrators, not site owners/administrators. To make sure we are on the same page, please reference this post to understand the difference between sites and site collections. So we are talking about pretty serious stuff here – Site Collection… keep reading >

Do we really need SharePoint?

I got an interesting email a few days ago from CIO of a prospective client of mine. He asked me whether his organization really needed SharePoint. His viewpoint was that he already got Office 365 Groups for conversations and file storage, Teams and Yammer for communication, Planner for task/project management and OneDrive for personal stuff. Specifically, he wanted to get my opinion… keep reading >

Best practices for SharePoint Site Templates

The ability to create site templates in SharePoint is one of its core strengths. This capability allows organizations to build unique look and feel and functionality into the template and then quickly replicate the site as required. A typical use case for the site template could be a department or project team site. There are certain best practices involved with the SharePoint… keep reading >

SharePoint Administrator Roles demystified

Do you have the lucky job of maintaining SharePoint in your organization? If that is the case, you probably ran into mysterious user roles and names like Company Administrator and SharePoint Service Administrator. What are all those things? Let me explain what these are and how you can take advantage of them. Below are few images that explain what I am talking… keep reading >

3 ways to create FAQ Knowledge Base in SharePoint

Though for the most part, you might use SharePoint to store documents and other types of files, at some point you will discover that SharePoint is also great for storing your other Intellectual Property, in the shape of a Knowledge Base or FAQ (frequently asked questions). FAQ is a popular addition to any website out there on Internet, as it is a… keep reading >


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