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points by Toni Frankola 80 weeks ago | | 3 comments
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Now that SharePoint 2019 is Announced, Should I Even Bother with SharePoint 2016? (blog.syskit.com)
Todd Klindt explains the importance of upgrading your SharePoint to a newer version and preparing for SharePoint 2019 announced few weeks ago. Check it out!
points by SysKit Team 72 weeks ago | | 2 comments
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Announcing General Availability of SharePoint Server 2019 (techcommunity.microsoft.com)
At Microsoft Ignite we broadly announced our vision, strategy, timeline, and investment areas for SharePoint Server 2019.   Today we’re excited to announce general availability of both SharePoint Server 2019 and Project Server 2019.  As we developed SharePoint Server 2019, we paid close attention to...
points by SysKit Team 52 weeks ago | | 1 comments
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points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 2 comments
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Whither a New Intranet on Modern Office 365? (sympmarc.com)
I was thinking about this a while back, and I started a conversation with a few of my go to smart people, Sue Hanley (@susanhanley) and Julie Turner (@jfj1997).  If you were starting today with som…
points by SysKit Team 65 weeks ago | | 1 comments
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OneDrive Message Center Updates for June 1-15, 2018 (techcommunity.microsoft.com)
We are always looking for better ways to help ensure communication between you (OneDrive users and Admins) and us (The OneDrive Team).   One of the key areas of feedback we have received from customers is that it’s sometimes hard to keep up on Message Center (MC) posts, especially if you have been o...
points by SysKit Team 70 weeks ago | | 1 comments
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New Capabilities for OneDrive Announced Today at SharePoint Conference North America (techcommunity.microsoft.com)
Today at the SharePoint Conference North America, streamed as the SharePoint Virtual Summit, we announced new innovations for OneDrive (much of it based on your UserVoice feedback) that will make sharing and working together with inside and outside of your organization even easier.    These featur...
points by SysKit Team 72 weeks ago | | 1 comments
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Welcome to SharePoint Server 2019, a modern platform for choice and flexibility (techcommunity.microsoft.com)
“Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.” Benjamin Franklin   This morning at SharePoint Conference North America we broadly announced our vision, strategy, timeline, and investment areas for SharePoint Server 2019.   Welcome to Sh...
points by SysKit Team 72 weeks ago | | 1 comments
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Best kept secrets: Underutilized features of SharePoint (searchcontentmanagement.techtarget.com)
Take a look at these top 10 underutilized features for SharePoint.
points by Frane1 80 weeks ago | | 1 comments
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Manage External Sharing (support.office.com)
Learn about the external sharing options in SharePoint Online.
points by Sara Klaric 80 weeks ago | | 1 comments
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Aiming to fill skill gaps in AI, Microsoft makes training courses available to the public (blogs.microsoft.com)
Microsoft announces the Microsoft Professional Program in AI, the latest learning track teaching artificial intelligence skills open to the public.
points by Toni Frankola 80 weeks ago | | 1 comments
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In June 2018, we're making changes to the native social capabilities in SharePoint Online (techcommunity.microsoft.com)
In June 2018, we're making changes to the native social capabilities in SharePoint Online.   Office 365 includes two options for enterprise social features: Yammer and the SharePoint Newsfeed.  The native SharePoint social features in SharePoint Online were designed to let people work together in wa...
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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What’s new in Microsoft Teams – April update (techcommunity.microsoft.com)
Based on your feedback, we continue to add new capabilities on a regular basis to make Microsoft Teams an even more powerful hub for teamwork. Here’s a summary of the main updates that have rolled out or have started to roll out in the last few weeks.   Communicate more effectively with new chat fun...
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Ramping up on Powershell & CLI (blogs.msdn.microsoft.com)
In this post, Senior Application Development Manager, Danny Kolke, gives a practical guide on getting started with PowerShell and Azure CLI. “For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn by doing them.”
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Easily debug production version of your SharePoint Framework solution (blog.mastykarz.nl)
When your SharePoint Framework solution doesn't work as expected in production, the ability to debug it right there, in the production tenant, will save you a lot of time.
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Join me for a packed schedule at the SharePoint Conference North America (www.andrewconnell.com)
In just a few short weeks time, Microsoft's SharePoint conference of the year will be held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NV. Now it's worth mentioning this conference, the week of May 21-23, is not the same 10,000+ SharePoint Conference from years ago. This is run by a third party and will be much smaller.
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Common problem with March 2018 security fixes for SharePoint 2013 – AccessKey too long, cannot be... (blogs.technet.microsoft.com)
We received reports from several customers about a problem in the March 2018 security fixes for SharePoint 2013. The full server packages of March 2018 CU are not affected by the problem. Performing actions in the User Profile Service Application like clicking on Configure Synchronization Settings or Start Profile Synchronization returns an error page and...
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Defend yourself from cybercrime with new Office 365 capabilities (blogs.office.com)
Today, we’re announcing new advanced protection capabilities coming to Office 365 Home and Office 365 Personal subscribers to help further protect individuals and families from online threats.
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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SharePoint Dev Ecosystem / SharePoint PnP - April 2018 update now available (techcommunity.microsoft.com)
 Latest monthly summary of SharePoint Development guidance for SharePoint Online and on-premises now available from the Office 365 Dev Blog. Check the latest news, samples and other guidance from this summary.   SharePoint Dev Ecosystem / SharePoint PnP - April 2018 update
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Control Office 365 Group creation – a simple no-code solution (www.sharepointnutsandbolts.com)
In the Microsoft view of the world, every user in an organization using Office 365 should be able to create Groups – and remember that they ...
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Office 365 CLI v1.1.0 (blog.mastykarz.nl)
We have published the v1.1.0 of the Office 365 CLI with new commands for managing Office 365 tenants on any platform.
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Using Power BI to Report on Rich Text Data Fields in SharePoint (whitepages.unlimitedviz.com)
This post describes the available options for using rich text content from SharePoint lists in Power BI. It discusses how to strip out HTML formatting from these fields, as well as how to make them render in full fidelity.
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Azure Functions as timer job equivalents in SP Online (blog.sharedove.com)
Traditional SharePoint developers knew very well how to handle daemons in their daily work: Timer Jobs were the way to go. Microsoft was very specific in their guidance and documentation. We used (and sometimes misused!), Timer Jobs for all different sort of situations – from cleanup jobs, async data manipulation (sic!), to getting external data into the SharePoint context. Even with all the problems that timer jobs had, we learned to live with it, and to use them to our advantage.
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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How to grant the Everyone claim to external users in Office 365 (support.microsoft.com)
After this change is made, an external user will see only the content that is shared with that user or with groups to which the user belongs. External users will no longer see content that is shared to theEveryone,All Authenticated Users, orAll Forms Usersgroups. By default, content that is granted permissions to these groups will be visible only to your organization's users.
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Enable renaming the site collection URLs (sharepoint.uservoice.com)
Currently the site collection URLs are fixed as https://tenant.sharepoint.com and cannot be changed. This does not fit with flexible cloud-based solutions - business needs will inevitably result in an organisation changing it's name during its lifetime (mergers, acquisitions, rebranding etc). While it may not be possible to change it so that entirely custom domains are used (eg contoso.com, instead of sharepoint.com), it must be possible to allow the sub-domain to be changed (eg. newtenant.sharepoint.com)? Please? Migrating an entire organisation (likely to include Exchange, Skype, Sharepoint and Onedrive data!!) to a new Tenancy is absolutely not a viable option.
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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April Webinars: Click-through Analytics & Using PowerApps for Business Process Management! (powerapps.microsoft.com)
Overview Build Apps Automate Processes Connect Data Pricing Partners Partner Showcase Find Consulting Services Find a Partner Become a Partner Learn Documentation Guided Learning Support Roadmap Blog Customer Stories Community Forums Galleries Ideas User Groups Community Blog Sign in Sign up free Sign in Sign up free Blog Announcements Webinars and Events April Webinars: Click-through Analytics & Using PowerApps for Business Process Management! Mackenzie Lyng, Community Manager, Monday, March 26, 2018
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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New conditional builder almost available in Microsoft Flow (I guess) (sergeluca.wordpress.com)
  Today doing a logical ‘or’ in Flow requires the workflow definition language (or an expression) ; same problem for combining several  ‘and’. This will be a thing of t…
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Trigger your flow only when a document is created from a specific content type Comments Feed (sergeluca.wordpress.com)
Be careful this might not be supported in the future, use it at your own risk! A few days a ago, @johnnliu reminded us that in LogicApps we can specify a condition to a trigger and that we can use …
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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Office 365: Licensing mail users results in mailbox objects (blogs.technet.microsoft.com)
In Office 365 we allow administrators to create mail user objects.  A mail user object is a security principal in the local active directory that also has an external email address assigned.  The user will appear in the global address list as a recipient and when selected the messages sent to the external email address...
points by Admin 80 weeks ago | | 0 comments
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