Posts Tagged "Template"
The beauty of SharePoint and Office 365 is that these applications are not just about documents. In case you want to retain and maintain knowledge in your organization, you can also capture it in the form of blogs, hosted in your SharePoint and Office 365. There are a few ways to do this, so let me explain to you the options you… keep reading >
Every once in a while, I get an email from users asking me to sell them a SharePoint site template I developed for one of my previous clients. I politely decline the request. It is not because I do not want to help. I am Jewish, so trust me, I won’t pass an opportunity to make an extra buck if I could.… keep reading >
Replicating SharePoint sites has been a no-brainer for many years now. You would build a site, save it as a template, then create a new subsite or site collection based on the template. A pretty painless and straightforward process that I document in this post. But now that we have Office 365 Group sites, how do you replicate Office 365 Group Sites based… keep reading >
My loyal blog followers are an inspiration for my blogs. I mentioned this previously that every single blog post on my site originates from a question by my loyal blog followers and clients. This post is no exception. I even decided to turn the actual verbiage of the question from my client into the blog title as well. Word for word, my… keep reading >
I have blogged numerous times previously about the benefits of the site templates in SharePoint. Templates allow users to “lock” a particular look and feel and structure of a site and quickly replicate it in their environment. This is quite handy when you want to quickly replicate and roll out a few project sites or department sites based on the same look… keep reading >
The ability to create site templates in SharePoint is one of its core strengths. This capability allows organizations to build unique look and feel and functionality into the template and then quickly replicate the site as required. A typical use case for the site template could be a department or project team site. There are certain best practices involved with the SharePoint… keep reading >
So you created your beautiful team site and are now ready to save it as a template and replicate on few other department or project sites. You go to Gear Icon > Site Settings and “Oh no,” Save Site as Template feature is missing. What the @#$%? In this post, I want to explain most common symptoms on why this is the case and… keep reading >
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