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As I documented in one of my previous posts, you only have two choices (site types) when creating a site: a Communication site template and a Team site template. Once the site is created, you can customize it further by adding web parts, splitting pages into sections/columns, and adding images and color themes. But what if you are new to SharePoint or… keep reading >
Some time ago, I introduced you to the wonderful new feature we now got in SharePoint pages called Collapsible sections. The feature allows you to add lots of content to your page and have the sections expand/collapse in an accordion style manner. Today I want to provide a specific use case for the collapsible section feature – FAQ (frequently asked questions) database.… keep reading >
One of the significant changes made recently to SharePoint pages was the ability to create collapsible sections. We already had quite a few tricks in the book to organize content on a page (vertical section, multiple column layouts, etc.). The recent improvement allows site owners to create what was only possible previously via custom code. In this article, I would like to… keep reading >
By default, any regular member of the site can add/edit/delete pages on a SharePoint site in SharePoint Online. This is good news if you are building some sort of Wiki/Knowledge Base and want your users to edit/add content easily. However, if you have a Communication Site of some sort that is meant to be managed by select few people, you probably do… keep reading >
I blogged extensively about the news posts and the news widget in the past. This happens to be one of my favorite features/functionalities in SharePoint due to its ease of use and available customizations. But once you publish the news posts, how do you remove them from the news widget so they no longer appear on the landing page? I came up… keep reading >
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