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Most of us are familiar with Microsoft Teams meetings. Teams' meeting feature is remarkably efficient, built with several advantageous features. However, were you aware that Microsoft Teams offers the ability to schedule a webinar? In this blog, we'll show you how to create a webinar in Microsoft Teams.
Search engines like Google have largely replaced the need to use physical dictionaries to find the definition of words. Why spend time digging through a book when you can Google a word and learn its meaning within a second?
Today, in-person meetings are commonly replaced by digital collaboration experiences. The majority of meetings today are conducted via Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and other Microsoft 365 applications. To achieve the optimal digital communication and collaboration experience, we highly recommend leveraging Microsoft Teams. Today, we'll cover 5 tips and safety techniques to support you in running secure online meetings with Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft Office tools take data processing to a whole new level. Considering SharePoint, this platform is used for efficient sharing, processing, and use of data. SharePoint offers a unique feature that leverages charts and graphs to showcase data. In this blog, we'll teach you how to use the SharePoint Quick Chart web part to easily design pie charts and column graphs in your SharePoint pages.
To update content on a SharePoint page or site is a very simple process. Within large organizations, this process becomes increasingly more critical due to the volume of employees consuming the page's content. In this way, it's important to carefully review all content prior to publishing. With the help of a content approval flow, you can easily approve or reject proposed updates for a page. Today, we will give you a detailed overview of the SharePoint publishing approval flow. By configuring this SharePoint content approval flow, you can increase the compliance of your SharePoint sites with your organizational policies and quality standards.
Everyone loves to read content in their preferred language. When you have a diverse community in your organization, it's necessary to ensure that your content is available in various languages. Today, SharePoint Intranets are very common, and Microsoft SharePoint is equipped with an excellent multilingual feature, allowing users to configure SharePoint Communication Sites in multiple languages. Multilingual SharePoint sites serve to support teams by offering content that everyone can read in their preferred language. In today's blog, we share a step-by-step tutorial demonstrating how to create multilingual sites in SharePoint Online, as well as how to translate your SharePoint content to different languages.
Meetings are considered one of the most important commonly occurring business interactions conducted between colleagues, clients, and customers. Microsoft Teams increases the efficiency of these interactions with advanced, collaboration-friendly features. To schedule and host an online meeting is an easy feat. However, in this blog, we will teach you how to record a meeting so users can view them at a later time.
Microsoft Lists is a fantastic option for processing large amounts of data. You may be familiar with Excel Spreadsheets for storing and monitoring data lists. Excel spreadsheets continue to assist companies in managing data lists. Microsoft Lists is capable of efficiently processing and tracking data, so transitioning your spreadsheets to a SharePoint List is one of the best decisions you could make. In this blog, we'll explain how to create a list in SharePoint Online from an Excel Spreadsheet.
Here at Dock, we analyze employee site usage reports gain insights on various data points. For example, we aim to learn how many employees visited certain sites, which documents were access most frequently, and which behavior patterns guide their use of our online resources. Anyone using SharePoint can easily retrieve this data, and in this blog, we'll discuss two easy ways to do so.