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You’re using Office 365, you get the deal. You’re on a road-trip and Microsoft is telling you what kind of car you can have while letting pick if you want GPS or not. The Office 365 suite certainly does provide tangible and measurable benefits that alleviate a lot of headaches for many organizations. Having said that, all is not so simple or easy in Wonderland, is it?
This is another issue from the trenches as I was working with a client of mine recently with a disconnect between the SharePoint User Profile Service and Search.
The fix is surprisingly simple, and you will face palm once you realize what the cause is but I thought it was important to document for others.
Have you ever thought to yourself “I need an anchor tag in my SharePoint navigation and that must be easy”. But instead you're met with frustration! I’m going to show you a little trick I stumbled across that is SUPER simple and it works with no code! Did I mention this works in Office 365?
I was working with a client recently and they use a lot of audio files, like when they record customer service calls for quality assurance. When things go great, they wanted to highlight these cases of awesome customer support in audio clips in blog posts.
They found the default SharePoint audio player less than appealing and wanted something better. In today’s post I’ll show you something maybe you didn’t know about your web browser, and how to use it to make this experience better.
I've been working with SharePoint for over 8 years now, and worked with a lot of different clients and types of users. I've seen that there's one area that a lot of people either struggle with, or get flat out wrong. That is what they create in SharePoint to store content.
In today's post I'm going to give four questions to answer that should help drive what kind of content needs to be created. Why is this so important? Keep reading to find out ...
You've been there, we all have. At one point or another, we loved InfoPath and were disappointed at the news it would be discontinued. We waited with anticipation to see what was going to replace it. It's been quite the gray unknown for a long time, and in part the Ignite conference this year didn't make any overwhelm anyone with any big announcements in this regard. But that doesn’t mean there wasn't one.
Keep reading to get my thoughts and what was announced and where the planned future of InfoPath is going.
SharePoint has had “Announcements” for a very long time now. The idea is good, you want to let people know what’s going in your department, division, location, site, project, whatever the case might be. You put the Announcements on the homepage of your site, but they don’t exactly blow you away. Today I’m going to show you an easy way to use Announcements for Critical News that will with style that get a lot more visibility.
Focus on Content was a feature that emerged with the release of SharePoint 2013 and is also in SharePoint Online. What this little button does is hides some structural parts of the rendered page to allow more room for the library, list or page content. With custom branding, you might have issues.
I’ll show you a quick and easy way to overcome this and get your users more screen real estate!
I’ve been working with a client recently to migrate their SharePoint 2010 farms to SharePoint 2013. A lot of the data was being organized so it was quite a granular move utilizing one of the common 3rd-party migration tools Metalogix Content Matrix. Of course some of the SharePoint lists had been customized with InfoPath. While this is fine, I went to move the list with the migration tool, and all went fine until it tried to move the customized list form template - template.XSN. It refused. This post details exactly what I did next to work around this!
The purpose of this article is to try and compile a list of features removed or discounted features, not list all of the changes or improvements in SharePoint 2013. This list will vary somewhat depending if we’re talking SharePoint on-premise or SharePoint online, but I’ll try to call out the differences where applicable.
Are you a newbie when it comes to SharePoint? Are you lost in the lingo, or trying to make heads or tails of how to incorporate the tool into your day-to-day operations? If so, this blog is for you!
After getting a client's SharePoint available on the public interweb and thus available to CRM, we installed and activated the list component. But when we went to an Opportunity or other entity that was configured for document management, it would throw an error...
After the article we published yesterday, a number of people have asked what the Microsoft/Salesforce global partnership announcement might mean for Salesforce and Microsoft as companies (rather than as CRM products). Financial details of the deal were undisclosed, so we can only speculate. Here are a few quick thoughts for discussion:
On May 29, 2014, Satya Nadella (CEO of Microsoft) and Marc Benioff (CEO of Salesforce.com) announced a global strategic partnership between the two firms.
As one of the very few organizations certified on both platforms and providing in depth books and digital training on both platforms, C5 Insight is uniquely qualified to comment on this announcement and what it might mean for the customers of both products. So what has the scuttlebutt been around our office and among our clients on the topic?
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Whether you are upgrading to SharePoint Online, 2010, 2013 or the latest 2016, this checklist contains everything you need to know for a successful transition.