When using Microsoft To Do you may notice that when you want to set the Due Date to “Next Week” it sets it to Sunday by default. If your like me, you may want this to be Monday because that is when my work week starts. This setting cannot be changed through Microsoft To Do, […]
Here is what has been removed from SharePoint 2019. Code-based sandbox solution Digest authentication Incoming email automatic mode Multi-tenancy PowerPivot gallery and refresh Silverlight-based rendering for Visio Services
Here is what is “new” in SharePoint 2019. Hybrid Content Types and Taxonomies PowerApps and Flow Integration Next-generation sync client for OneDrive for Business IIS7+ APIs Communication Sites Modern Team Sites Site Pages Modern Web Parts Modern Lists and Libraries Fast Site Creation Simplified Sharing UI Recycle Bin Recovery Options New SharePoint Home Cloud-Powered Search […]
Here is what deprecated in SharePoint 2019. This means the functional is still there but it can be expected to go away in a future release. Access Services 2010 and 2013 Aggregated news feed Legacy custom help engine Groove Sync client InfoPath Services Lists web service Machine translations PerformancePoint Services SharePoint Design Site Mailbox Site […]
When building a PowerApps, you will most likely be submitting a form of some type, or doing some other execution that could potentially error. You may want to capture this error somewhere, or even show it to the user.
What are Site Designs? Modern SharePoint Site Designs are a step above modern themes in SharePoint Online. When a site is provisioned, the site design script is executed. The script can do many things including setting the theme, updating the navigation, even creating columns, lists, and libraries within the site. It is essentially the modern […]
Using Microsoft SharePoint as the ISO Quality Management System to Meet your ISO CAPA Standards
One of the new features rolled out recently to SharePoint Online is the ability to create a newsletter digest. It’s possible this has not rolled out to all tenants yet. If you do not see the option, you may get it before long.
Here is some good information about the limits of Microsoft Flow. It would be good to understand these limits before building a Flow, especially if it’s a business critical workflow.
Branding for SharePoint sites in Office 365 http://www.abelsolutions.com/branding-sharepoint-sites-office-365/