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Posts Tagged "Best Practices"
These days external sharing is inevitable. Whether you use SharePoint for intranet, project portal, or document management, content exchange with external parties like customers, vendors, and contractors is almost mandatory. After all, you are not in a bubble and need to exchange documents, folders with those you collaborate with. In the past, this had been achieved via secure FTP sites. This was… keep reading >
When users are introduced to SharePoint Online and Office 365, one of the most frequent questions is “What is the best way to access documents in SharePoint site?” That is not surprising since the SharePoint web interface is very different from the file explorer/network drive experience we had for ages. Like with many things in life, there is no right or wrong… keep reading >
As I have blogged previously, Planner that is part of Office 365 Groups, is a great way to manage team tasks on a small project. As such, it has gained quite a popularity and following among Office 365 users. The reason for my post today is that I would like to explain two unique ways to create a new plan in Microsoft… keep reading >
Now that Hub Sites are gaining mainstream popularity, I get this question quite a bit. Just like in the past, we wondered how many site collections to create, we now wonder how many Hub Sites a company shall have. Well, as with many things in life, there is no right or wrong answer, but with this post, I would like to share… keep reading >
It happens quite often when I deliver group training to my clients. I demonstrate how users can create SharePoint Communication and Team sites themselves without the IT involvement, and then I hear someone mutter in the background, “Oh, we do not have this button in our SharePoint.” 😥 So, with this post, I would like to share my opinion on this somewhat… keep reading >
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