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How to set site storage limits on a SharePoint site

Did you know that you can set storage limits on a SharePoint site in SharePoint Online? It is not set by default, but something you can configure if need be. In today’s post, I would like to tell you a bit more about the feature, how it works and whether or not it makes sense. Site Storage Metrics Reports Before I show… keep reading >

How to access Teams Channel Sites in the SharePoint Admin Center

Dreams do come true! Though I am Jewish, Santa did not ignore me this past Christmas and gave me (and others) the feature I always wanted since the introduction of private channels in Teams. And that is the ability to easily access and view the SharePoint sites created by the private channels. So in this article, I want to share the joy… keep reading >

How to sync Microsoft 365 Message Center with Planner

If you have the lucky job of Microsoft 365 Administrator, Mazel Tov! I also feel bad for you because that means that you, my friend, are suffering from information overload all the time. I am, of course, talking about all these emails you are getting from Microsoft 365 Message Center with “Urgent” announcements. The chances are, most announcements will probably be non-important… keep reading >

5 things every Site Owner must configure on their SharePoint sites

If you have been assigned a wonderful role of a Site Owner – Mazel Tov! Site Owner is a pretty serious role – you can pretty much do anything you want, including being able to delete a site. I describe in greater detail what a Site Owner can do here. Today though, I want to explain to you the 5 things that… keep reading >

How to archive MS Teams

As you manage projects and collaborate with your colleagues via Teams, you will undoubtedly end up with lots of Teams workspaces in your environment. While some of the Teams might be ongoing (operational), the majority of Teams are probably set up for temporary projects or endeavors. What that means is that at some point, you will stop using a particular Team for… keep reading >