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Posts Tagged "Best Practices"
In this post, I would like to explain the difference between Teams Wiki and OneNote. Both apps are highly visible from SharePoint and Teams and seem to serve the same purpose, so I would like to explain what they are and whether you should use one or another. OneNote OneNote is an application that allows you to take all kinds of notes.… keep reading >
I usually try to stay away from writing blog posts about the limitations of SharePoint Online. First, they kind of carry a negative connotation, and I usually like to keep my posts focused on the positive sides, features, and advantages of SharePoint (I generally try to maintain a positive attitude, except when I talk to my mother-in-law). Second, limitations usually tend to… keep reading >
Quite often, I get requests from clients and blog followers asking how to remove some default features/links from SharePoint. Things like the Recycle Bin or the Follow Site button. Most of these options are not removable unless you use custom code/CSS. With this post, I would like to explain the features that I hear users wanting to remove most often and explain… keep reading >
If you are reading this post, then you most likely committed the most famous sin in SharePoint – exceeded the item threshold in a document library. Don’t worry, we all make mistakes in life (well except for my mother-in-law, she claims that she never does). So I am here to forgive you 🙂 and explain what this issue is all about, how… keep reading >
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