SharePoint Conference 2019: Top Announcements
Microsoft's SharePoint Conference 2019 announcements included SharePoint Home Sites, enhancements to personal start pages, OneDrive improvements and more.
Add An External Skype for Business User to Chat in Microsoft Teams [VIDEO]
We love Microsoft Teams. However, there are a few features that aren't there yet, like adding external users to your Contacts. We found a workaround for this, and we'll show you how it's done.
So, You Want a Microsoft Surface?
Good choice - make sure you get the Surface Dock. Now, which Surface should you get and why? Where should you buy your Surface from?
How To: Limit Office 365 Group Creation with PowerShell
How do we limit creation of new SharePoint Sites? Start by limiting who can create groups. Here's the PowerShell script we use to do that.
5 Email Tips to Reduce Your Inbox Clutter & Boost Productivity
Struggling to stay on top of your emails? Here are 5 email tips that will declutter your inbox and your mind, boost productivity, and decrease stress.
The Basics of React & Redux [DIAGRAM]
To summarize and simplify the use of both React and Redux, information required by the application is stored in an immutable state called the Redux "store". Selectors "select" portions of the state to feed to React as props.
How Yammer Benefits Our Team
Using Yammer, we've made communication more efficient and timely and significantly reduced the number of emails we send and receive. Who doesn’t like that?
3 Helpful Tips to Get the Most out of Office 365
Don’t miss out on what Office 365 has to offer. With a myriad of features continuously rolling out or being updated, it's hard to always know what is happening, where it's happening and when it's happening.
Global Navigation in SharePoint Online
This blog post examines the different options for creating Global Navigation in SharePoint Online. Global Navigation refers to navigation menus that span across multiple site collections.
Interior Design: SharePoint Framework and Sass
The SharePoint Framework (SPFx) is a great tool for hooking into SharePoint in a modern, understandable way. Creating a custom webpart is simple, and styling it is done in an extremely modular fashion. This is because SPFx solutions are integrated into a page’s DOM, which is great for removing restrictions.