Are my documents safe in Office Delve?

Yes, your documents are safe. Delve never changes any permissions. Only you can see your private documents in Delve. Also, other people can't see your private activities, such as what documents you've read, what emails you've sent and received, or what Skype for Business conversations you've been in. Other people can see that you've modified … Continue reading Are my documents safe in Office Delve?

#MVPbuzzChat with Marc Anderson — buckleyPLANET

https://www.youtube.com/embed/f82uMufwgNI?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent In the 69th episode of the #MVPbuzzChat series I was *finally* able to squeeze into the incredibly-busy schedule of fellow Office Apps & Services MVP Marc Anderson (@sympmarc), the founder of Sympraxis Consulting and, rumor has it, a card-holding Elder of the Internet. Not to be confused with Mark Andreessen. In this episode, Marc and… … Continue reading #MVPbuzzChat with Marc Anderson — buckleyPLANET

Auto-Provisioning SharePoint Sites and Teams: a Blog Post list

Joanne KleinFollowJul 18 · 3 min read I recently put out a Twitter poll asking what technique organizations were currently using for creating SharePoint sites/Microsoft Teams in their tenant. Here are the results from 155 votes: By those numbers, a majority of organizations (61%) are not giving end-users free-reign to create their own SharePoint Site/Teams. I believe the … Continue reading Auto-Provisioning SharePoint Sites and Teams: a Blog Post list

Microsoft 365 improves web and desktop productivity with new features in Office that help people brainstorm, create, and present

With school back in session and work schedules ramping up, this time of year can be hectic. So it’s the perfect moment to highlight app updates and enhancements to help you work more productively—with the flexibility and mobility that modern life demands. — Read on http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2019/09/25/microsoft-365-web-desktop-productivity-new-features-office/

SharePoint List Formatting Tabs | April Dunnam – SharePoint Siren

Learn how you can use the script editor webpart in combination with SharePoint list formatting to create clickable tabs for your list items. — Read on http://www.sharepointsiren.com/2019/09/sharepoint-list-formatting-tabs/

Announcements in Microsoft Teams — SharePains

Have you ever wanted your announcements in Microsoft Teams to grab people’s attention? in this post I will go through the steps to make sure that you get more out of Microsoft Teams using ht announcements feature. When you are in a team channel simply switch to announcement mode. Type your title of your announcement […]Announcements … Continue reading Announcements in Microsoft Teams — SharePains

One Tool to Rule Them All — The SharePoint Interface

Microsoft released the second iteration of its Page Diagnostics Tool for SharePoint. If you have an SPO site, you NEED this tool in your toolbox! Last week, on Thursday, September 18th, 2019, Microsoft released the second iteration of its Page Diagnostics Tool for SharePoint. An announcement was made, and the Microsoft Docs site was updated, but … Continue reading One Tool to Rule Them All — The SharePoint Interface

Install CU September 2019 on SharePoint Server 2019 — Keep Calm & Love SharePoint

September ends….. and the SharePoint CU cannot be missing. SharePoint Server 2019 is patched with a language dependent and independent fix. The next KB article is available for download: KB 4475596 – September 2019 (language independent) KB 4464557 – September 2019 (language dependent) In this CU is important to install both fixes (language dependent & […]Install … Continue reading Install CU September 2019 on SharePoint Server 2019 — Keep Calm & Love SharePoint

Office 365 as an IT only Project — what could possibly go wrong?

Courtesy of Luise Freese [MVP]FollowJul 30   Note: I did a session with Michael Roth on based on this blog post at #Office365UGHH — please connect with and follow him as well. If you want to run your Office 365 project like an usual IT project we just wanted to send you a non misunderstandable message: ARE YOU … Continue reading Office 365 as an IT only Project — what could possibly go wrong?