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Everything is a project! This is my main motto in life. Hey, after all, to get things done, we need to complete tasks. While, for the most part, we use SharePoint and Office 365 to store documents, the second most important function of our daily routine is to track and complete tasks. Tasks for temporary project teams we are part of, tasks… keep reading >
As your colleagues share files and folders with you in SharePoint and OneDrive, I am sure you want to easily access all those files instead of going through emails, looking for a link. Luckily, we have a few ways to do so. In this post, I would like to show you a few places to access files shared with me function in… keep reading >
This is @#$%^ frustrating. I often perform assessments for my clients, where I check the existing Teams/SharePoint site setup, security, info architecture, and other settings. I click on Group/Site Permissions, see 10 users being part of a group, and… all 10 are Group Owners. Let me explain why this is a bad idea and can lead to inadvertent intellectual property loss. Group… keep reading >
I am quite surprised to hear when my clients and blog followers ask me to explain to them how to turn off Delve! The primary reason: the documents that surface up automatically on each user’s profile page. If you are one of these users, please don’t! Let me explain my position here, and hopefully, you will also stop being afraid of Delve.… keep reading >
I wanted to write this post for a very long time. Remember how Cinderella, after years of misery, found her Prince? Well, this is how I feel like writing this article, and “my prince” (or princess in my case) is the new tool we now have in Office 365 called Project for the Web. This topic is dear to my heart as… keep reading >
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