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It is no secret that Teams has become a de facto hub for collaboration. It is a single place that brings chat (conversations), files, and other content from SharePoint, as well as information from other third-party sources via its vast Apps directory. However, the good old email is still well and alive and is still a tool of choice for many (including… keep reading >
SharePoint is all about sharing and collaboration (hey, the word “Share” is right in its name), so naturally, you will want to email and share documents stored in SharePoint and OneDrive with your colleagues and external parties. There are quite a few ways to do this, so here are your options, as well as pros and cons of each method. Option 1: Download… keep reading >
SharePoint is great for storing all sorts of content we generate these days. Word, Excel, PowerPoint files, images, videos, and PDFs. However, we also generate another type of content where we might store important decisions, intellectual property or other relevant information in. I am talking about good, old email. Naturally, the email messages and attachments reside in a different tool called Exchange (if… keep reading >
Let’s face it, Task Management is a core part of any project or day at work for that matter. Every day we have new tasks that come up, get completed or re-assigned to others. In fact, tasks are such a staple of our work, that over the course of my career, I have seen people use any available medium to manage them.… keep reading >
If your organization has SharePoint and you spend most of your day in your Inbox, keep reading. In this blog post, I will explain how you can synchronize various SharePoint lists with Outlook. That means that you will be able to interact with SharePoint without leaving your Inbox! That means you will be more productive -what a way to impress your boss!… keep reading >
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