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As you build your SharePoint Online Intranet portal and associate all the different sites to the Hub, you want to assure a smooth user experience for your Hub Visitors. While associated sites inherit Hub Menu and branding, security is not inherited when you associate a site with the Hub. What that means that if the user visits your Hub Site, he/she might… keep reading >
Don’t you hate when your friends give you something for your Birthday that they, in turn, got as a gift themselves? Oh, don’t tell me, you never did this yourself! I will admit it, I did this a few times myself (this is what happens when your friends buy you cheap gifts from Walmart®). We kind of have the same ability in… keep reading >
The ability to share externally in SharePoint is one of its core strengths and features. But as you open up your project or team sites to external guests, like clients and vendors, it is natural to be curious as to what your users are sharing externally and with whom. This post will analyze the different options you have out of the box… keep reading >
If you are a SharePoint Administrator in your organization – Mazel Tov – you have the super-powers of being able to make yourself an Administrator of any SharePoint site and anyone’s OneDrive in your environment. That being said, it does not mean you have access to all the sites automatically. It is not something that happens by default, though, and you would… keep reading >
By default, when you click on Word, Excel, or PowerPoint files from SharePoint or OneDrive, they open up in the browser. That is the default experience for these file types. The browser experience opens files quickly, allows you to make the changes “on the fly,” and best of all –the changes are auto-saved back to SharePoint or OneDrive. However, if you are… keep reading >
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