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Office 365 Groups are extremely popular these days. Besides just a SharePoint site, you also get all these cool tools and apps, like Planner, Teams, shared Outlook calendar, and an email distribution list. But what if you already have an existing SharePoint site, that you created like three years ago and now wanted all those cool features too? Well, you might be… keep reading >
From my personal experience and observations, a group calendar is the most frequently requested feature in SharePoint Intranets (after document libraries of course). From tracking company holidays to the company-wide calendar to vacations, we all need a place for tracking events of our busy office lives. When I used to work in the corporate world, I, for example, used group calendars to… keep reading >
This was a question when Office 365 Groups made it to the world a few years ago and still remains THE BIG question to this day. When do you need to create just a SharePoint site and when do you opt for an Office 365 Group Site with all the bells and whistles that come with it? First, let me explain the… keep reading >
If you ventured yourself into the world of Office 365 Groups, it is only natural that you want to start sharing information stored in the Office 365 Group with external parties, like clients, vendors, contractors. In the past I have published a number of posts on the topic of external sharing related to team sites, however, the way external sharing works in… keep reading >
In this webinar video, I explain all the cool features of Office 365 Groups and how you can use them effectively within your organization to manage projects and collaborate with internal and external team members. Here are the topics covered: What are Office 365 Groups Conversations File sharing Calendar Notebook Tasks External Access Office 365 Groups and Team Sites In the… keep reading >
One of the primary reasons to move your business to Office 365 is the range of project management options that are available to the user. These project management options, all running on SharePoint platform, vary in terms of functionality and complexity. With this blog post, I would like to briefly explain each of the tools available at your disposal. I have written very… keep reading >
If you have not tried Office 365 groups for project management, you should. When it comes to project management, up until now, SharePoint team site has been the golden standard. It has been used since the early days of SharePoint to manage team documents, tasks, and events. Having spent 15 years in project management, I can say with pride that I have used… keep reading >
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