Just in case if you haven’t heard about Microsoft Office Lens, Office Lens trims, enhances and makes pictures of whiteboards and docs readable. You can use Office Lens to convert images to PDF, Word and PowerPoint files, and you can even save images to OneNote or OneDrive. Office Lens is like having a scanner in your pocket. Like magic, it will digitize notes from whiteboards or blackboards. You can always find important documents or business cards. Sketch your ideas and snap a picture for later. Don't lose receipts or stray sticky notes again!
Well, this requirement came up for one of our Client that is a Marketing Agency based in Jacksonville, FL. They have a SharePoint list to save external URLs that is used by their team across the United States. Usually, when you convert the URLs from external sources, it comes with special characters like !@$#>% and couple of others. That’s when we found a way to convert such strings into a URL friendly string with the help of Microsoft Flow. Let’s see how this works:
How can you work on custom styles for your SharePoint Intranet Portal site collection? The best way to do so is by centralizing all the CSS files into a style sheet (Even a set of style sheets would do) which is referenced on the page layouts or master page. This technique will help us to build a consistent and coherent design that gives needed control for long-term updates/management of site designs.
We have been helping our customers with Office 365 external sharing that provides them with access to SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, Unified Groups and more. Azure Active Directory B2B collaboration is just like this functionality. All external sharing (excluding SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business), including Office 365 Groups guests uses Azure Active Directory B2B collaboration invitation APIs for shares. Still didn’t get what Azure Active Directory B2B collaboration means? Read further:
Hello Everyone! Hope you enjoyed our SharePoint Server 2016 vs. SharePoint Server 2019 Public Preview – Blog Series. Today, we’ll be talking about the self-service site creation in Microsoft SharePoint.
Hello everyone! Welcome to the final part of the SharePoint Server 2016 vs. SharePoint Server 2019 Public Preview Blog Series!
Hello everyone! Welcome back to our SharePoint Server 2016 vs. SharePoint Server 2019 Public Preview – Part II blog. If you haven’t read our Part I blog, click below to read:
All right, we have been talking about Modern Experience for SharePoint Servers recently (Infact, our team member, Sajin Sahadevan had talked about the same during the Modern SharePoint Webinar that happened last week.). Good news for SharePoint Server users! The SharePoint Server 2019 Public Preview has been updated to the SharePoint Modern Experience that was initially released in Microsoft SharePoint Online/Office 365. We have cited couple of differences between SharePoint Server 2016 and 2019 Public Preview.
By integrating SharePoint Online and O365, Microsoft counts on the endless possibilities with the most used collaboration platform that empowers document management, IT support, team collaboration, financial reporting, web portals, project management, knowledge management and much more. The only issue that we see is very few organizations are taking time to leverage the Office 365 features that they already have!