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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 had an interesting request from one of my clients the other day. They created a custom list in SharePoint that served as a dashboard of projects with various columns (metadata) carrying information on a project (location, project type, project manager, status, etc.) and one column (hyperlink type) linking to the project site. Since the list (dashboard) was accessible by a large… keep reading >
Teams proved to be a great collaboration application and somewhat of a lifesaver, especially with the remote aspect we have to endure due to pandemic. With that being said, the default settings in Teams are pretty liberal – team members have lots of power, from creating and deleting channels to adding and removing apps and tabs. This, however, might be a big… keep reading >
As you build your SharePoint Online Intranet portal and associate all the different sites to the Hub, you want to assure a smooth user experience for your Hub Visitors. While associated sites inherit Hub Menu and branding, security is not inherited when you associate a site with the Hub. What that means that if the user visits your Hub Site, he/she might… keep reading >
If you are a SharePoint Administrator in your organization – Mazel Tov – you have the super-powers of being able to make yourself an Administrator of any SharePoint site and anyone’s OneDrive in your environment. That being said, it does not mean you have access to all the sites automatically. It is not something that happens by default, though, and you would… keep reading >
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