16 episodes. Over 3500 listens. We are so happy. Does that mean that we have now grown up? Adult podcasters? Is that even a thing? We even got a new intro! Did you notice it? On this episode we are taking a look at some things Microsoft promised to have released after Ignite 2018 and …
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It has been a long time since I published a quick tip, but a request from a client got me in happy mode this morning! The request was that every time they tried to open up a msg (.msg or Outlook email message format) it downloaded the file. Then they needed another click to open …
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When I was updating some code in PowerShell, I ran across a notification when removing navigation nodes.
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Welcome to another laid back episode of Office 365 Distilled. Here are the shownotes for this episode, where we talk about how SharePoint has changed over the years, conditional formatting and a very clean japanese whisky.   1:40 Learnings from this week – Highlighted content webpart (3.20) – Baseline governance (7:10) – Agile (7:40) 10:00 …
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When organisations choose SharePoint as their new document management platform, they already have tons of documents in their old system. Most likely, some, if not all documents need to be migrated to that new platform. When organisations choose SharePoint as their new document management platform, they already have tons of documents in their old system. …
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A quick way to let users open and save ics files instead of having to sync their calendar to Outlook via calculated columns!
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Every now and again SharePoint still manages to amaze me. One would think that after 8 years of intensive SharePoint activity, I would have learned all tricks of the trade. Yesterday, I had another eye-opener that I was not prepared for (in a good way)! The clients question was: I have a list with titles …
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No more huge scripts to add rows to your promoted links. Here is an example to do it with just 3 lines CSS.
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A quick how to on how to hide column titles in various versions of SharePoint with a small piece of css code that you can add in a content editor webpart
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