Category: SharePoint Online

*VIDEO* Document Generation with Power Automate

During this video, we will demonstrate how to automate the creation of documents using Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Microsoft Flow), including conversion to PDF. The resulting file can then be submitted to your organisation’s Intranet or sent to a customer via DocuSign, for example… Continue Reading “*VIDEO* Document Generation with Power Automate”

FREE SharePoint Health-Checks!

How’s Your SharePoint Implementation…?  Over the years, we’ve seen many amazing SharePoint implementations, but we’ve also seen our fair share of stinkers! A poorly implemented SharePoint environment can have a huge negative impact on your organisation’s productivity, and their faith in Microsoft’s fantastic suite… Continue Reading “FREE SharePoint Health-Checks!”

Our 2-day SharePoint Courses Are Back!

For a while there, our customers only seemed to want to attend our 4-day SharePoint for Power Users course all in one go, but we’re now seeing more need to split the course over 2 sittings. Based on this feedback, we have re-released the ability… Continue Reading “Our 2-day SharePoint Courses Are Back!”

Microsoft Lists Desktop App

Big announcements this week: A Microsoft Lists desktop app is on the way for Windows 10 devices You’ll also soon be able to sync Microsoft Lists offline These something we’ve not been able to do since Microsoft decommissioned the ‘SharePoint Workspace’ Windows app we… Continue Reading “Microsoft Lists Desktop App”

*VIDEO* Driving End User Adoption with Microsoft Teams

If something positive has come out of this pandemic, it’s proving that your team can work remotely effectively, using the tools your organisation is already paying for through their Microsoft 365 subscription. But working effectively requires participation, and participation is achieved through effective user… Continue Reading “*VIDEO* Driving End User Adoption with Microsoft Teams”

Free Webinar: Driving End User Adoption with Microsoft Teams

If something positive has come out of this pandemic, it’s proving that your team can work remotely effectively, using the tools your organisation is already paying for through their Microsoft 365 subscription. But working effectively requires participation, and participation is achieved through effective user… Continue Reading “Free Webinar: Driving End User Adoption with Microsoft Teams”

*VIDEO* M365 May: Content Types Are Not Dead!

Contrary to the belief of some, content types still serve a vital role in defining the information architecture of your SharePoint environment. If you don’t believe me, watch this video and I’ll happily convince you! During this session, delivered as part of Microsoft 365… Continue Reading “*VIDEO* M365 May: Content Types Are Not Dead!”

M365 May – Australia & NZ

With over 110 sessions delivered remotely throughout the month of May, M365 May ANZ is looking likely to be an amazing FREE event – or month-long series of little events. Administrators, power-users, product owners, communicators, end-users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with… Continue Reading “M365 May – Australia & NZ”

*VIDEO* Hide SharePoint List & Library Columns Using Permissions

A question we often get asked on our SharePoint courses, is “How do I restrict user permissions to certain columns of a list?” Within this video, we will first determine that (at the time of publishing this video) there’s technically no out-of-the-box option to… Continue Reading “*VIDEO* Hide SharePoint List & Library Columns Using Permissions”

*VIDEO* Change the SharePoint Site Members Group from ‘Edit’ to ‘Contribute’

Since 2013, the default SharePoint Site Members permissions group has had the ‘Edit’ permission level assigned, rather than ‘Contribute’, as it was prior to SharePoint 2013. ‘Edit’ not only allows users to manage the content within the site’s lists and libraries, but also create,… Continue Reading “*VIDEO* Change the SharePoint Site Members Group from ‘Edit’ to ‘Contribute’”