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Posted on May 7, 2019 | SharePoint
From my experience implementing SharePoint Intranets, the most frequent request from companies (after document management) is the ability to create some sort of Knowledge Base Wiki in SharePoint Online. This totally makes sense, as companies accumulate large amounts of information – it is almost expected to organize it into some sort of logical and searchable repositories. I actually did write a blog… keep reading >
Posted on January 15, 2019 | SharePoint
In case your organization is using a SharePoint Document Center, I would like to use the opportunity to explain why you should not. I know, you might be surprised by such a bold statement, but hey, someone has to break the news to you. 🙂 Let me explain. What is a SharePoint Document Center Historically, we all used SharePoint as just another… keep reading >
Posted on October 18, 2018 | SharePoint
If you have been reading my posts about metadata and taxonomy, I am sure you ran into something called content types. I blogged previously about what they are and how to set them up. Today, I want to provide you with a few reasons why you should incorporate SharePoint content types into your company’s enterprise document management strategy. So below you will find… keep reading >
Posted on October 16, 2018 | SharePoint
Not sure if you noticed, but by default, SharePoint Sites display the dates in US format (MM/DD/YYYY). While this might work for US-based companies, you might want to display dates in a different format, that is customary to the country/location you are based in. With this blog post, I will explain how to change the date format in SharePoint and what the… keep reading >
Posted on May 23, 2018 | SharePoint
So if you are into metadata, just like me, you must be creating lots of list and library columns in your SharePoint environment. Maybe you have a document library with custom columns (metadata) or a SharePoint custom list of some sort. What if you want to change the order of columns in a SharePoint list or library? How do you do that?… keep reading >
Posted on April 12, 2018 | SharePoint
One of the greatest benefits of metadata is the ability to filter on it and get to what you want with just a few clicks. Filtering for information is quite a common exercise these days. Every time we do online shopping, we filter for stuff. When we shop on Amazon® for shoes (something I do every day 🙂 ), we filter on… keep reading >
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