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Using the Filter Pane in a Modern SharePoint Library in SharePoint Online

February 24, 2017

I’ve been using the new modern SharePoint library experience in Microsoft SharePoint Online for some time now. However every now and then I stumble across a button I haven’t used before in this new experience. These are not new buttons… I haven’t found a reason to use the function until I seek them out. For example, I was Read More

Key Resources from Microsoft’s “The Future of SharePoint” Event

May 4, 2016

Yep, I haven’t posted in a loooong while. I also haven’t been *this* excited about a Microsoft announcement until now. We attended the webcast of Microsoft’s “The Future of SharePoint” live event. I’ll save a summary of my first impressions and *gasp* worthy moments for later day, but for now I want to share two useful Read More

How to Open a Link in a New Tab in Any Internet Browser

June 22, 2015

One of the students at a recent SharePoint class I delivered, asked: “Where is the setting to have links in a SharePoint Links list open in a new tab?” Great question! I thought there had to be a checkbox or radio button setting tucked away in Advanced Settings. I poked around, eventually giving up, and asking my SharePoint Read More

Leave a Breadcrumb Trail When You Move or Delete a OneNote Notebook

March 25, 2015

Today I deleted a OneNote Notebook that was no longer being used. It was sitting in the SharePoint library empty for many months with a hyperlink to the location where the information was now being stored. Around the itgroove office, we consider it a huge faux pas to not take the time to point others to where to find Read More

Create Alert for All Users in a SharePoint Group

March 6, 2015

Fact: You can’t set up an alert for a SharePoint Group in SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013. And for many that’s a great thing, as they dread the thought of more emails flooding their inboxes. But there are times, especially during the early days of rolling out an implementation or a new feature where notifications Read More

SharePoint Permissions – What You Cannot Do

March 6, 2015

During a collaborative consulting session today I walked a SharePoint Site Owner through the steps to edit the page of a Document Library. The purpose was to add a Content Editor web part to the top of the page so she could add a couple sentences of instructions to reduce any confusion her non-technical end users might have. We compared this method to adding Web Parts to Read More

Using Open With Explorer in SharePoint

November 26, 2014

Many new SharePoint users lament the loss of their network or shared drive. The comfort and familiarity of storing files in a folder structure is hard to let go of… especially for those who don’t have the benefits of drag-and-drop that comes with SharePoint 2013 (as they are either on an old version of SharePoint or stuck on an out-of-date version Read More

Public Shamings Increase Adoption of Paperless Office Culture

August 21, 2014

Today my boss came by my desk and ripped my paper phone extension list off the wall of my cubical. Fear gripped me as I could not process how I would be able to get by without it. I can barely remember my families’ phone numbers let alone memorize this information that I only use once in a while. Ultimately Sean is correct. Read More

How to Insert an Image Map into Your SharePoint Web Page

August 20, 2014

First, are you ready to insert an Image Map into your SharePoint web page? Do you have a graphic? No? Follow the instructions here: How to Convert a Smart Art Object into a Graphic Yes?  Carry on. Have you created a piece of code that will convert that graphic into a clickable graphic using Image Read More

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