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How to change the URL address of a SharePoint site

This happens way too often. You created a Communication site or a Team Site, gave it a name, hit the Create button, and started collaborating. Nice and easy. Only to find out later that you misspelled the name. Or maybe the team or project name has changed, and now you ended up with an old URL. Well, we now have the option… keep reading >

How to list unique permissions for files and folders on a SharePoint site

In this article, I would like to share with you how you can easily check unique permissions for files and folders you have on a SharePoint site. This topic comes up rather often, so I decided to document it all for you, my loyal blog followers, Enjoy! Why do we have unique permissions for files and folders on a SharePoint site? There… keep reading >

How to add a rotating news slider in SharePoint Online

I just can’t get enough of the News Web Part. Every time I use it, I see some new option pop-up that makes the web part more sophisticated and refined. The feature I would like to describe in this article is not new, but will make your pages more dynamic and sexy. Today I want to explain how to add a rotating… keep reading >

How to expire news posts in SharePoint Online based on the expiration date

News Web Part is an excellent addition to any informational site in SharePoint – from landing pages to department communication sites. It allows for an easy way to post an announcement and promote it within an organization. However, it does have one limitation: as the news posts accumulate, there is no way to expire them. By default, they would all appear in… keep reading >

News post page vs. SharePoint Page in SharePoint Online

Today I once again would like to talk about one of my favorite web parts in SharePoint – the News Web Part. Specifically, I want to explain the News post pages that are created as a result of this web part and draw a comparison with the regular SharePoint page. SharePoint Page Let’s start with the easier one. The SharePoint page allows… keep reading >

How to set security on links in the Hub Navigation using Audience Targeting

In this article, I would like to explain how you can use the newly released Audience Targeting feature to personalize your Hub Navigation. Up until recently, this was not possible. Historically, we could set security on sites, folders, documents, pages, and hide them accordingly. We never had to worry about links, though, since they were always permission-driven. However, with the release of… keep reading >