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Posts Tagged "User Adoption"

How to add a Twitter feed to a SharePoint site

One of the ways to improve user adoption in SharePoint is by building interactive and engaging sites for your end users. One of my favorite tricks to achieve this is by adding a company Twitter or Facebook widget right inside of the SharePoint page. Usually, this is something that would reside on the Company Intranet Homepage, but really could be added to… keep reading >

Best Practices on SharePoint Site Design

I got an interesting question from one of my clients the other day. The question was whether I could recommend Best Practices on SharePoint Site Design. Having done some “googling”, I could not find a single article that encapsulated all the best practices. As such, I thought I would write this blog post and provide you tips and advice on best practices… keep reading >

How to improve SharePoint User Adoption (VIDEO)

In case you missed it, enjoy this Webinar recording from May  5, 2016 on “How to improve SharePoint User Adoption in your organization“. In this video you will learn 20 unique techniques on how to improve SharePoint User adoption. First, you will understand typical reasons of poor SharePoint User Adoption. Then, you will get to learn the 20 tips from the field. These are… keep reading >

How to add a slideshow to SharePoint Site

In case you are not impressed by the dull look and feel of the Out of the Box SharePoint sites, there are things that can be done to spice things up. Today I will explain how to add a slideshow to SharePoint Site. This could be a great addition to an Intranet Homepage and provide an awesome way for your employees to… keep reading >

Using SharePoint as a file share? Limitations you need to be aware about

SharePoint Online Document Library can hold as many as 30 million items, which is a lot. While I do not recommend that you ever approach this limit in a single document library, having a single document library with tens and hundreds of thousands of files and folders seems like a more realistic scenario. Ideally, you would want to break the content up into multiple… keep reading >