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4 types of sites in SharePoint Online

It was Mark Twain who once said: “If you don’t like the weather in New England, just wait a few minutes.” I am from Boston, Massachusetts, so that I can confirm, he was correct! And I feel like the same can be said about SharePoint Online and Office 365. Things change with lighting speed in there. What that means is that the… keep reading >

SharePoint site examples built with out of the box features

Quite often, I get emails from my loyal blog followers and clients, asking me to see SharePoint site examples. So I want to use this opportunity and share with you a few examples of sites I built for my clients using an out of the box functionality. You probably know me by now, I am strictly an out of the box kind… keep reading >

Best practices on linking to sites, document libraries and lists in SharePoint

When you build your navigation links in SharePoint, you often have to create links to other SharePoint sites, lists or document libraries. This post is about some quick but very important tips on how to properly link to those entities in SharePoint. Before we proceed, I recommend that you read this article, that explains what the SharePoint URL is all about. This will… keep reading >

Office 365 Groups or SharePoint Team Sites?

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 >

No, SharePoint subsites are not evil!

Ever since Microsoft has announced the release of hub sites, SharePoint community has revived the century-old debate about the best ways to organize SharePoint subsites and site collections. I even read posts and tweets calling subsites evil. I could not disagree more with such statements. Just because the new functionality has come out, does not automatically make the existing process bad. Let… keep reading >

4 ways for law firms to manage and organize case documents in SharePoint

One category of clients I help configure SharePoint for are law firms. SharePoint makes perfect sense for the legal industry, as it allows to easily store documents in the cloud and be able to access them from outside of the office (i.e., courtroom). Additional SharePoint features, like versioning and metadata, allow for a very robust management of legal documents, court or client… keep reading >

Project Management in SharePoint – lots of options to choose from

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 >

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