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6 reasons why OneNote is the ultimate note-taking tool

Content comes in all shapes and forms. As part of the daily work routine, we deal with documents, tasks, contacts (people) and events. For each type of content, we have a place to store and organize it in SharePoint. For documents – we have a document library, for events – we have Outlook calendar, for tasks – Tasks Web part or Planner and… keep reading >

What are Microsoft Teams bots?

Does talking to people make you anxious? Do you feel irritated and want to punch coworkers in the face when you talk to them? If you experience any of these symptoms, then the Microsoft Teams Bots are for you! What are Microsoft Teams Bots? Bots is a new feature/functionality in Microsoft Teams that allows you to interact with and obtain information from… keep reading >

Newsfeed or Discussion Board?

If you were to ask me this question a few years ago, I would probably give you a spiel about pros and cons of each and recommend one based on your circumstances and requirements. However, today, my answer to the question “Newsfeed or Discussion Board” will be short. Don’t use either of these. Let me explain. What is a Newsfeed (Site Feed)?… keep reading >

Top 5 features of Microsoft Teams

Unless you lived in a cave for the last year, I am sure you heard about the new Office 365 darling – Microsoft Teams. Even if you did not read any news on it, I am sure you noticed a new tile appearing in Office 365 app launcher. Just like Planner and Yammer, Teams is the new offering that is part of… keep reading >

5 reasons to love the new Office 365 Delve

As SharePoint Online and Office 365 platforms continue to mature, one area that has recently gotten a major facelift is Office 365 Delve. After making its debut in 2014 as an ambiguous replacement to “My Site” functionality, it has now become an integral hub for team collaboration, content search, and employee directory. It is quite a challenge to describe what Office 365… keep reading >

3 major components of Microsoft Flow

I just love Microsoft Flow! Having worked with Out of the Box SharePoint workflows as well as SharePoint Designer workflows in the past, Microsoft Flow provides the most intuitive way for users out there to build custom business processes. Of course, Microsoft Flow is new and can’t yet replace SharePoint Designer, but new functionality is added daily and the day when Flow… keep reading >

What is Microsoft Flow?

SharePoint is a great platform to store and collaborate on documents and content. However, it is not just about the static content. Any business, small or large, depends on business processes. These business processes could range from simple document or form approvals (think vacation request forms) to complicated processes, spanning multiple systems and applications (think hiring/onboarding business process or purchase orders/financial transactions).… keep reading >

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