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

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

Office 365 Distilled EP 37: Working with the business is the new adoption

In the middle of the pandemic, when travel is back on inside the bubble, Marijn took his little car to see Steve, to have a BBQ, whisky from the smallest distillery in Scotland and some knowledge sharing! Let’s put business first! First, a little background story from us:We moved our back end from SoundCloud to …


Office 365 Distilled EP 36: Cortana on the islands of Cuba and Orkney

Steve and Marijn are still worlds apart, so will not be enjoying a whisky together.. But that doesn’t keep them from talking about some geographical arbitrages for Bookings in Cuba and Orkney! After a Chuck Berry intro by Steve, we start talking governance needs after Teams is rolled out and how we can use Microsoft …


Office 365 Distilled EP 35: B2IT and the lost discussion on Search

Steve and Marijn are realizing that Stream deprecating the feature “who is saying what when” might be their fault.. For once we know what we want to talk about: search and the way we want to let the business drive the decision making process! Steve did some home repair on his Surface Book, and realized …


#M365VM

4 Sessions in one day.. #M365VM

Office 365 Distilled EP 34: Surfing on the application governance wave

Another governance episode, this time all about application governance! Steve and Marijn think about all the fun they would with have with the warm temperature when they would be at Microsoft Virtual 365 Spain, if it was in real life instead of virtual. Marijn has a session with Jussi Mori to talk about user adoption, …


Office 365 Distilled EP 33: Excited… New toys for the boys (& Girls) in the KM space

Project Cortex will save your company 8.7 million dollars in new hire effectiveness. Is that why it will be a premium license? Steve talks about the Office Hours web series where Chris McNulty and Naomi Moneypenny talk about Cortex and how it is building within the KM (knowledge Management) space at Microsoft. We are in …


Make files in a channel read-only in Microsoft Teams

A request I hear a lot when implementing Teams is the ability to make files read-only in certain channels. There is also an uservoice item to request such a feature. Microsoft Teams, with the underlying Microsoft 365 Groups technology works best (in my opinion) if you keep it as simple as possible: You need a …


Office 365 Distilled EP 32: Stream baseline governance and a lockdown whisky

Did you like our new intro and outro ? We love it!! A brilliant way to start our new “stream” of information! Are you #WFH at the moment? We got a brilliant lockdown question from Dylan Hayes: What whisky would we have snapped before the lockdown got into place? What would we get, together with …