Category: collaboration

Office 365 Distilled EP51: Scoops of MOCA for the workplace

After our last episode, where we talked about maturity levels, it provoked a thought experiment about tools and the workplace. Then we found the MOCA framework, which stands for Modern Collaboration Architecture. MOCA model You can download the MOCA presentation and one-pager here. In this model, Microsoft breaks modern collaboration down in a few parts: …

Office 365 Distilled EP50: The Value of M365 Maturity with a practical productivity score

Celebrating episode 50, with some nice gifts (how did I know Steve likes whisky?) and talking about our failures. But then we also talk about M365 Maturity and the Maturity model! M365 Maturity Model This episode we are looking at the M365 Maturity Model. This is not from Microsoft, but it is built from …

Office 365 Distilled EP 48: A suspicious weasel and our Christmas wish list

Office 365 Distilled EP 47: Michelangelo and the 5 steps to collaboration

How do we collaborate? Our career is about giving people the tools to collaborate, so how do we do this? What are the characteristics of collaboration? In this episode, we go back to the basics! Collaboration vs voyeurism When you co-author a document, are you just being nosy and a voyeur, a Big Brother that …

Turning on the Project Moca (aka Outlook Spaces) preview

I was super excited when I saw the under the wraps beta for Outlook Spaces earlier in february 2020, when on twitter WalkingCat described the existence of the new app. I had a chance to play with it and we featured it on our #Office365Distilled podcast, so did Luise Freese here and Ragnar Heil here. …

Use color-coding in your Teams Team picture to define types of collaboration

Link galore after an amazing Ignite 2019

How to work with modern News in classic SharePoint Online sites

You have been working with Office 365 SharePoint sites for some time now. Last year, the whole “modern” SharePoint was presented. You probably have your document libraries and lists set up to use these modern parts. Brilliant! Or maybe your organisation is not yet ready for these new, modern experiences. No worries! But what about …

Let users open a ics file on a SharePoint calendar meeting

Hide “Updated pages” in Office 365 wiki

The code to hide “Updated Pages” part on wiki libraries has changed somewhat from older versions of SharePoint. The code now is: Simply add a “Content Editor webpart” on your page. Go the html source and add the following script. The script just hides the block via CSS.