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How to create a Glossary of Terms in SharePoint

I have blogged previously on how to configure SharePoint and use it as a knowledge base. One of the variations of the knowledge base is the Glossary of Terms you might need to build to organize various terms and terminology used within your organization. And if there is such a requirement, there must be a way to achieve this in SharePoint Out… keep reading >

How to link to a specific location on a SharePoint page via Page Anchors

We could link pages in SharePoint forever. As a matter of fact, I even published a post on the topic a while back. However, one of the common requirements is the ability to link to a specific location on a SharePoint page. Luckily, we now have this capability in SharePoint, and that is what I would like to explain to you today.… keep reading >

12 ways to organize links in SharePoint

Back in 2016, I published a post on 8 different ways to organize links in SharePoint. It turned out to be one of my most popular posts back then. That is not surprising; organizing content (or links/bookmarks to content to be precise) has always been the primary need with most users on corporate Intranet. Links to 3rd party applications, Wiki pages, employee… keep reading >

3 ways to promote links in SharePoint Modern Pages

Quite often, when building sites and pages for corporate Intranet portals, we need to link to other sources like external websites or some important internal documents, sites or libraries. The idea is, of course, to focus the user’s attention and highlight or promote a certain link. In classic SharePoint sites, there is a special web part for this called Promoted links. I… keep reading >

How to add a custom Tile to Office 365 App Launcher

Can you send me that URL? I bet you hear this question often when your employees start using SharePoint and Office 365. Between Outlook email, OneDrive, Skype, SharePoint and many other Office 365 modules, you want to make sure your employees have a consistent and user-friendly experience and can easily go from OneDrive to Outlook email to SharePoint Intranet. The good thing is… keep reading >

How to add SharePoint Tiles, promoted links, to your site

A quite useful usability feature that I like and highly recommend for your SharePoint sites is called “SharePoint Tiles” (also known as Promoted Links). It is a great way to “spice up” your site, make it more user-friendly for your end users and break away from stale out of the box look and feel. In this post, I provide step-by-step instructions on… keep reading >