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Let’s Build a SharePoint Intranet Together (Part 17)

Your #Intranet is taking great form!! Let’s take a look at what this looks like in the mobile app. This is very important as you’ll see how the web parts wrap on the page, and might influence you into making other decisions around the placement of web parts. The mobile apps also has the News,… — Lees op tracyvanderschyff.com/2018/07/04/lets-build-a-sharepoint-intranet-together-part-17/ Read More »

Let’s Build a SharePoint Intranet Together (Part 16)

The News on the #Modern Sites on #SharePoint is a pretty nifty way to gradually replace those announcement emails with attachments. These also publish nicely to the Mobile SharePoint app. Not only can you add text and images, but any of the web parts you’d use on other pages. So just think of how dynamic… — Lees op tracyvanderschyff.com/2018/07/03/lets-build-a-sharepoint-intranet-together-part-16/ Read More »

Let’s Build a SharePoint Intranet Together (Part 15)

Today we’ll make more changes to the home page of our #Intranet. Let’s add the documents and FAQ’s, content owners, Yammer, Twitter, Stream and Forms. The Newsfeed, Events and Quick Links web parts we’ll keep. With Forms we’ll display both the form as well as the results. https://youtu.be/UV80YsA0YA0 Purpose of this blog challenge:  I will write… — Lees op tracyvanderschyff.com/2018/07/03/lets-build-a-sharepoint-intranet-together-part-15/ Read More »

Let’s Build a SharePoint Intranet Together (Part 14)

I absolutely love the Hero Web Part. It really makes my pages look great and I can point to so many different areas and use great images to bring my site together with a new look and feel. I’ll be editing this web part, but won’t only use images. Let’s see how a GIF can… — Lees op tracyvanderschyff.com/2018/07/03/lets-build-a-sharepoint-intranet-together-part-14/ Read More »

Let’s Build a SharePoint Intranet Together (Part 13)

The exciting stuff is about to start happening. Today we’ll take a look at changing your look and feel with the various ‘composed looks’ available. We’ll also change the site logo. Keep in mind this is also used as the “home page button’. Remember that the images you use on your Home page (pages) should… — Lees op tracyvanderschyff.com/2018/07/02/lets-build-a-sharepoint-intranet-together-part-13/ Read More »

Let’s Build a #SharePoint Intranet Together (Part 12)

Just over half way there, and we’ve already got a good looking #Intranet. In this session we’ll use the template page for our departments to copy a page for Human Resources. I’ll also show you how to edit the page as well as filter the web parts to the documents and FAQ’s it uses. Remember… — Lees op tracyvanderschyff.com/2018/07/02/lets-build-a-sharepoint-intranet-together-part-12/ Read More »

New feature: Message translation in Teams

Inline message translation is a new Microsoft Teams feature. This feature allows your users who receive a message (from another Teams user) in a different language from their own, to click the translate button to see that message translated to their client’s language. We’ll be gradually rolling this out to all customers in mid-July, and the roll out will be ... Read More »

Let’s Build a SharePoint Intranet Together (Part 11)

We’ve achieved so much already, and today we’ll start by building the template page we’ll use for our departmental pages. These pages will be like corporate brochures which shares information about your department as well as the content that is relevant to your department. If we build a template, we can copy and paste this… — Lees op tracyvanderschyff.com/2018/07/01/lets-build-a-sharepoint-intranet-together-part-11/ Read More »

Let’s Build a SharePoint Intranet Together (Part 10)

We’re using the amazing Communication Site Templates in #SharePoint to build our #Intranet. Before we start building our departmental pages, I’d like to give you an overview of what to expect in the new modern pages Web Parts. This will already get you excited as to what web parts you would like to add on… — Lees op tracyvanderschyff.com/2018/07/01/lets-build-a-sharepoint-intranet-together-part-10/ Read More »

Let’s Build a #SharePoint Intranet Together (Part 9)

Nothing is more important than feedback when it comes to building solutions. We can’t build the perfect #Intranet from the start, but we can make it amazing with feedback from the users. Let’s build a #MicrosoftForm for Feedback, which we can display as a survey Forms Web part on the Intranet pages. https://youtu.be/IjoUK-VsOmA   Purpose… — Lees op tracyvanderschyff.com/2018/06/30/lets-build-a-sharepoint-intranet-together-part-9/ Read More »

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