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Introduction to SharePoint Online Search

Microsoft SharePoint Online Search is an integral part of SharePoint Online and it is the backbone of many features across Office 365. Below is a list of a few features that are driven by search and used daily: Enterprise Search center Site Search List and library search Search Web Parts “Shared with me” view in OneDrive for business Usage and ... Read More »

Building Headers and Footers that work on Classic and Modern sites

One of the partners I consult for is migrating a Fortune 500 financial services company to SharePoint Online. The company wants to take advantage of modern team and communications sites, yet where they need features that aren’t available in modern SharePoint, they’ve decided to stick with classic Publishing sites. The challenge is: how to build… — Lees op Read More »

Action ideas from OneNote with Outlook, Flow, Planner and Teams

#Microsoft365 #Office365 Thanks @DanielGlenn and @DarrellaaS for the inspiration at #MVPSummit to write this post. If you’re a big lover of #OneNote like me, you’ll be making lots of notes during conferences and getting super inspired by what you’re seeing and hearing. The challenge is that #OneNote, just like writing notes in a physical notebook, needs revisiting… — Lees op Read More »

Great feature in development: Office365 Groups created from Teams will be hidden from Outlook by default

Based on customer feedback, new Office 365 Groups generated as a result of creating a team in Microsoft Teams will no longer show in Outlook by default. For customers that want to continue with the existing behavior of showing these groups in Outlook, an Exchange Online PowerShell cmdlet will be provided which can enable the group for the Outlook experience. ... Read More »

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