Posts Tagged "Web Part"
One of the out of the box web parts that is a great addition to any Intranet homepage is the Announcements Web Part. It allows to easily create short notices and company announcements and makes the content of Intranet Homepage more dynamic and fresh. Each of the announcements contains a brief headline, as well as short description of the announcement. In this blog… keep reading >
Sometimes there might be a need to add a border around SharePoint Web Part on a page. This could be due to specific visual or aesthetics requirements. I recently had a client who had some accessibility requirements. As such, one of their requests was a light border around each of the web parts on the page, so it is easier to identify… keep reading >
Though primarily SharePoint is famous for its document management capabilities, it also does an amazing job streamlining and automating various internal processes. One such process that is common to many organizations is the Help Desk. If you are currently not using a 3rd party tool to manage help desk requests – you can create a Help Desk solution in SharePoint in no… keep reading >
If you love creating team sites in SharePoint (just like I do), you might be wondering which web parts would be a great addition to your site. Whether you are building a small workspace for your team or a project site for the next large project in your PMO, this post will talk about the web parts that might increase your team… keep reading >
As you create new sites and add web parts to manage the content you probably are getting used to seeing the Site Assets Library on every single SharePoint site. It appears along the other web parts when you click on Site Contents. While you will not use it to store documents and other team site artifacts, it is necessary for you as… keep reading >
Here is a business scenario for you. You have a list in SharePoint and would like to capture comments from the users. However, here is a twist. You want to capture the whole history/audit trail of all the comments users typed in, without the danger of user accidentally deleting comments left by the previous user edits. An example that could benefit from… keep reading >
It usually takes time for me to author my blog posts, but this one I had to quickly create over the weekend. The reason for this – I got several calls from different clients and got few more emails from my loyal blog followers asking me the same question: “How do we work with this new modern team site experience and how… keep reading >
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