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Posts Tagged "SharePoint Start Page"

Home Site vs. SharePoint Start Page vs. Hub Site vs. Root Site

With all the new terminology and new features Microsoft releasing in SharePoint Online, it is quite easy to get lost and confused. Don’t worry, that’s why I am here to help you with your SharePoint journey. Today, I want to explain a difference between a few pieces of terminology that users find most confusing: Home Site, SharePoint Start Page, Hub Site, and… keep reading >

5 ways to promote the SharePoint Intranet

So you created the Intranet landing page/site, added a bunch of images, hero web part, quick links, birthdays and anniversaries of your coworkers, news, and important events. It is a kick-ass site, and you want everyone to know about this. But how do we now promote it and make it available and easily accessible? In this post, I would like to advise… keep reading >

What is a SharePoint Start Page and why we need one

Given the vast range and scale of SharePoint, one of the misunderstood places in Office 365 eco-system happens to be, ironically, the SharePoint Start Page. In this post, I would like to explain what it is and what it is for. What is SharePoint Start Page? SharePoint Start Page is the page you get when you click on the SharePoint link from… keep reading >

4 ways to link to Intranet Homepage in SharePoint

Do you feel homesick when you collaborate with your colleagues in SharePoint? Let’s be honest, no matter which department or team site you work on, you want to click on that home button that will lead you back to the company homepage. Well, guess, what, there are few ways that will lead you there! Option 1: Top Link Bar The best and… keep reading >

6 ways your organization will benefit from the new SharePoint Home Experience

One of the recent and most drastic changes to occur to SharePoint Online and Office 365 was the total revamp of the Sites home and its transformation into a SharePoint home. In addition to a pure name change, the look and feel and how the new homepage is used have changed as well. This was a welcome change in the SharePoint community.… keep reading >