Dock 365 is committed to providing you with tools and information you can use to take your business to the next level. At Dock 365, we believe that success and knowledge go hand in hand. Our goal is to ensure that all companies have access to information they can use to be more efficient and effective. Make sure to follow and subscribe to our blog for insights into the latest business solutions, trends, and practices.
Microsoft SharePoint is a wonderful platform that lets people work together seamlessly. It can create and manage portals, sites, and documents in the most favorable ways in which users can collaborate and produce great results. Document co-authoring is a much popular and useful facility offered by SharePoint and people use it in all kinds of ways to get work done with ease. Understanding the basics as well as exceptions in Document Co-authoring in SharePoint is important to make the most of this wonderful capability. We have answers for the top 10 questions about document co-authoring in SharePoint. Let us unfold those questions for you to work with added productivity from now.
SharePoint is loaded with plenty of features and abilities to make document management exceptional. We have already mentioned in many of our blogs that Document Management is one capability of SharePoint that amazed us the most. We have even developed a productivity solution – ‘Document Center’ to help businesses and organizations make the most of it. It is important to have a comprehensive idea about how these features work to utilize the SharePoint platform better. Today, we are trying to enlighten you about how to comment on Documents in SharePoint. You might already be thinking ‘Alex, we already know this!’. Yeah, I know most of you might have already used this capability. How many ways do you know to add a comment to a document in SharePoint? We have consolidated multiple ways to add comments to your documents in SharePoint.
As you're probably aware, SharePoint is one of the best tools on the market for document storage and management. Sharing documents in SharePoint Online is incredibly easy. Sharing documents with third parties is a little bit more complicated. How can you manage external sharing in SharePoint Online safely? To answer that, we wrote this basic guide that should walk you through what to do. Let's take a look at managing external sharing in SharePoint Online.
The ability to store and retrieve data is very important in most applications and devices today. It is one functionality that makes many new technologies work exceptionally. In the case of Microsoft SharePoint, the storage limit is one factor that determines how well you can collaborate and manage content. The best technique to make the most of the available storage and to utilize it efficiently is to use storage metrics reports on SharePoint Sites effectively. In this blog, we will tell you how to use storage metrics reports on SharePoint Sites effectively.
What is your opinion about Microsoft SharePoint or Office 365 as a whole? We do not doubt that these services and products are fantastic when it comes to quality and the capabilities they are offering. They are unmatched and out of the world in many areas. Microsoft’s security features, updates, and features are exceptional. However, as most products or technologies, there are some limits or border lines for these services too. They are not drawbacks for sure but having a proper understanding of these limitations or restraints will help you to avoid unnecessary issues and problems in a long time to come. We are about to discuss 7 major limitations in SharePoint Online and how to overcome them with some easy precautions and caution. Let us get started.
SharePoint Online is one of the best tools around for storing, managing, and accessing documents. If offers a wide range of options for organizing your files to suit your needs. However, while there's a lot you can do, there are several things that you should consider when it comes to your document libraries. So, to help you out, we put together a list of 7 tips that you can use for managing your document libraries in SharePoint Online.
SharePoint Online is a great tool for sorting and organizing data. While the out-of-the box options can be helpful, there are some features buried just beneath the surface that can really help you out. One of these is the Document Id feature. In our experience, the Document ID feature is a very effective way of tracking and locating documents in SharePoint Online. Let's take a look at what you need to do in order to get started using them today.
One question that we run into time and time again is people asking what is the difference between a document management system and a contract management system. While the two perform similar functions, they each have a different purpose and have specifics to their functions that make them distinct. While you might think that you can get by with using a document management system to manage contracts, it won't ever be as effective as using a dedicated contract management system. Likewise, storing normal documents in a contract management system would have you losing out on a lot of the power and versatility of a DMS. Thankfully, we know the difference and we want to make sure you do to. Read on to learn the differences between a DMS and a CMS.
SharePoint boasts a wide array of tools that can help you boost your productivity. Companies can make the most of these resources to make their workflow and processes easier and smooth. However, Microsoft SharePoint can be fairly complex. To make the most of SharePoint's features, you need to learn what options are available and how to use them. We are trying to make it simple for you to configure a custom template for your SharePoint Library.