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One of the hardest things to do is to train users on how to query SharePoint search effectively. Here's a quick way to give users a helping hand when using search to automatically include a wildcard * in the query. Small steps add up to great adoption!
Have you ever thought to yourself “I need an anchor tag in my SharePoint navigation and that must be easy”. But instead you're met with frustration! I’m going to show you a little trick I stumbled across that is SUPER simple and it works with no code! Did I mention this works in Office 365?
When you work with SharePoint permissions, you quickly figure out that you want to touch them as little as possible. With a lot of things in SharePoint, permissions inherit top down. So this means that it’s a best practice to always use that inheritance as much as possible. But in today's post, I'll show you how to use PowerShell to change those permissions for all libraries, folders and files in the site!
I've been working with SharePoint for over 8 years now, and worked with a lot of different clients and types of users. I've seen that there's one area that a lot of people either struggle with, or get flat out wrong. That is what they create in SharePoint to store content.
In today's post I'm going to give four questions to answer that should help drive what kind of content needs to be created. Why is this so important? Keep reading to find out ...
In today's post featuring PowerShell, I'm going to show you how to use a script with a few functions and some handy tricks to quickly reset permissions with multiple libraries, folders and files. This can be very difficult to handle manually, especially when there are many many libraries with many folders and files with broken permissions.
Earlier this March, all the long hours and late nights of the Microsoft SharePoint team came to fruition with the announcement of the release of SharePoint 2016 on May 4, 2016. As you start planning for a potential migration to SharePoint 2016, we have put together a checklist to ensure your project success. Continue reading to understand how projects fail and how to avoid this fate!
If you keep up with SharePoint news at all, you have very likely heard that Microsoft recently dropped the beta 1 build of SharePoint 2016 (or more affectionately called the IT Preview) to much fanfare. With the release of the public beta, there are lots of folks in the community who have written about these new features and how to install it. In today's blog I want to discuss the initial highlighted features that are removed from the SharePoint 2016 preview.
It’s been a packed week at Microsoft Ignite, and in this final post of my daily recaps, we’ll validate the awesomeness of Visio for dashboards and data-connected data graphics, review the common problems encountered when performing the initial configurations of Office 365 service for your organization, and finally share how search works in SharePoint 2013 plus how to scale it properly.
As we near the end of Ignite, day 4 was still filled with some great technical sessions. I’ll give you a rundown of everything from SQL High Availability, best practices for branding and page design in SharePoint Online to scaling SharePoint 2013 search. One of my favorite sessions that I’m excited to share dealt with navigating the landscape of Office 365 tools.
If you’ve been wanting to get some more information on SharePoint 2016, today’s recap is for you! I’ll briefly review some tips from the great duo of Todd Klindt and Shane Young on upgrading to SharePoint 2013, then I’ll dangle some awesome new not yet released tools for Dynamics CRM and Office 365 straight from the mouth of the great Girish Raja. I then got some great insights from the master Spence Harbar himself on OneDrive for Business migrations, then rounded out the day diving deep in the new hybrid search service application for SharePoint 2013 / 2016.
In today's tales from the field, I take you through each session of my day, but also give you a quick look back at something I omitted from the day 1 keynote. The sessions cover the gamut from information architecture and governance, to search, to OneDrive for Business and best practices for farm solution development.
It’s still spring time here in Chicago, but it’s also time for Microsoft’s first ever all-in-one product conference named Ignite. Throughout the rest of this week, I’ll do my best to share with you insights from the day, and highlight innovations or other content I thought was interesting.
This Ignite conference is the first (but not last I’m sure) time Microsoft is taking most of all of the other individual product conferences and bringing them all under one roof. These include TechEd, Exchange, SharePoint, etc. Content and information is being shared across all 5 days this week, ranging from the normal breakout sessions to hands-on lands, ask the experts sessions with the product teams, exam preparation and certification testing, live-streaming from Channel9, community theaters and of course the expo center. New this year also is the MyIgnite mobile app, providing the same experience from the web to your mobile device with maps, session info, your customized saved calendar and other goodies.
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Whether you are upgrading to SharePoint Online, 2010, 2013 or the latest 2016, this checklist contains everything you need to know for a successful transition.