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Teams have now become almost synonymous with meetings and work from home, especially given the recent surge due to the pandemic. The most significant appeal of Teams is the ability to chat and hold meetings from within a single interface. However, Teams are not just for a chat and video calls. As I have explained previously, Teams as an application does not… keep reading >
It is inevitable. Despite your best efforts to keep SharePoint document library under control – it will become a monster at some point. It is like your weight. You have a plan to stay in shape, and that’s your New Year resolution and all, but in 6 months, it is time to buy new pants again because you let yourself loose and… keep reading >
Working with SharePoint reminds me of watching James Bond movies – you think you have seen them all and know all the cool spy gadgets, yet, a new movie comes out, and there is a set of the new tricks in the book. The same with SharePoint – it is like a goldmine of cool stuff. Recently, I learned a cool trick,… keep reading >
One of my favorite features of the modern document library in SharePoint Online is the ability to move and copy documents across sites. This was not possible in the old (classic) document library and required the user to utilize third-party apps or open a library in Windows Explorer. Luckily, we now have the native option to move and copy documents in SharePoint… keep reading >
As we store and collaborate on documents in SharePoint, there is a need to store comments and quick notes on those documents. I have had a few folks reach out to me lately with this requirement, so I thought I would document all the known (to me) ways to add comments to documents in SharePoint. Option 1: Comments within MS Office desktop… keep reading >
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