Many organizations have started to use Microsoft Teams as their tool for office communication. The idea is to help get conversations out of email and into a place where the knowledge can be shared and discovered. However, Teams can be a bit daunting at first. It takes some time to transition from the old way of working to this new way of doing things. Here are a few tips to get the most out of your Teams experience.
Microsoft has recently started pushing out a new SharePoint Document Library experience that is must more like OneDrive (New Experience) than the traditional SharePoint (Classic Experience).
One of the distinguishing features of Office 365, and also SharePoint 2016, is the App Launcher. Here are a few tips for managing the App Launcher.Tip #1: Add or Remove apps from the App LauncherOpen an Office 365 site.Open the…
Microsoft OneNote is a great tool for teams to track project notes, meeting notes, share information, and much more. While OneNote is generally associated with OneDrive for storing and syncing your notebooks, this functionality is also built into SharePoint as well.
A content type is essentially a template for content. Out of the box, SharePoint provides many content types including Item, Document, Announcement, Issue, Task, and many more. You can, and should, create your own custom content types for your own content.
Last week I was one of the 23,000 people who attended the Microsoft Ignite conference in Chicago. The size of this conference was mind boggling and the amount of content was staggering. My focus was to learn as much as I could about Office 365 and SharePoint 2016. Here is my attempt to summarize the key things that I learned. Keep in mind that there were over 1000 sessions in total and I only attended a dozen or so.
Microsoft has begun rolling out more integration between Yammer and Office 365. You can now use your Office 365 credentials to sign into Yammer. You will also see your Office 365 Suite Bar at the top of your Yammer pages.…
It has been a busy year for Microsoft and I thought it would be interesting to take a look back at 2014 and review some of the big SharePoint and Office 365 announcements. I decided to list these by the approximate month they were announced rather than when they were released, since the roll out of new features are often staggered over time. My original list was enormous, so I cut it back to only include the announcements I thought were the most interesting.
Microsoft announced on May 16, 2014 that they will be discontinuing support for Autohosted Apps in Office365. The change will be effective June 30, 2014.
Microsoft has released a major update for the iOS and Android versions of OneNote today. The previous version of OneNote on these devices only allowed 500 notes before charging a fee for the privilege to add more. This is no…