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Using PNP Powershell to create a SharePoint list or library view that groups, filters and sorts

Office 365 Distilled EP 6: groups, groups and groups!

Welcome to another episode of Office 365 distilled, the first one in 2019 where we talk groups, groups and groups. How was 2018 treating us and what will 2019 bring? Marijn got into a lot of travel and got awarded as MVP! Expect to see him at a number of conferences in 2019! Steve is …

Gray out weekends in SharePoint calendars month scope

A quick way to show grayed out weekends in the SharePoint calendar month view; for SharePoint 2013 – 2016 – Office 365

Add a link to item Dispform to your Item Display Template in SharePoint 2013

A post on how to add a link to the dispform.aspx page from an item in a display template.

Book review: Business Intelligence in Microsoft SharePoint 2013

A review of the book “Business Intelligence in Microsoft SharePoint 2013” By N. Warren, M.T. Neto, S. Misner, I. Sanders, S. Helmers

jQuery: Get the selected item from a dropdown in SharePoint

Impersonation steps on SharePoint Designer 2013 workflows

By default, changing permissions in workflows build in SharePoint Designer 2013 are not possible. Here is how you can add impersonation steps in SharePoint Designer 2013 workflows!

WooRank: amazing SEO checker!

A lot of people I know have a blog or website these days. They spend a lot of time writing long blogposts and taking pictures to amuse their readers. But if you want to be more professional about it, you need tools to check how you are doing. WooRank is such a tool. What WooRank …

Show the webpart tabs on a SharePoint 2010 page when you have multiple webparts

From time to time, you have a page with multiple webparts and you lose track of some key elements from your header. What if you are in a, for example, document library and you have an extra webpart there, like a content editor with some remarks on the documents. You lose the webpart tabs and the views.
Here is a solution !

Awarded with the Community Contributor award for 2011

Just got this mail in my inbox: Congratulations! We’re pleased to inform you that your contributions to Microsoft online technical communities have been recognized with the Microsoft Community Contributor Award. The Microsoft Community Contributor Award is reserved for participants who have made notable contributions in Microsoft online community forums such as TechNet, MSDN and Answers. …