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We love SharePoint because it is simple at the same time powerful enough to handle a lot of stuff at a time. Though the default setup of the Microsoft SharePoint is not very easy to configure or understand sometimes, it is still very effective and consists of huge potential. When you go into your SharePoint Sites, there will be a lot of options, and elements on each page or site that are placed permanently. Sometimes, they might seem like unwanted elements on that page, but these default SharePoint features are adding value to the overall experience and changing them without understanding their functionality might cause problems. In this blog post, we would like to tell you about some of the major default SharePoint Features you should not remove for getting the best experience possible in the long run.
Top companies and organizations always keep their employees updated about everything. By letting your workforce know what you are up to and all activities going-on within the organization, you are showing how important they are for the business. Creating the news and distributing them through the right channels are equally important. SharePoint News Posts are a fantastic way to let everyone in your SharePoint environment know about updates, news, etc. easily. News Web Parts allow you to create news posts and display them in specific SharePoint Locations. In this blog post, we will explain 4 factors that can make your News Posts Spot-on and complete in all aspects.
Businesses that are using SharePoint as a collaboration platform will know that it is best in the business. You can make a lot of things right in business using SharePoint and an Office 365 subscription. Today, we are going to discuss how can SharePoint make your business more productive by nurturing interactions and engagement among your workforce. We will reveal 5 ways to make SharePoint more social and interactive for businesses. In recent years, Microsoft has made great efforts on making SharePoint more social and user-friendly. The SharePoint Modern Experience and various social integration web parts show how sincere and effective is their efforts. Let’s get to the 5 points that help to nurture an interactive work culture in your organization.
A company's performance is synonymous with its employees'. Industry giants have witnessed their profits grow annually as they invested more into boosting their employee performance performance management processes and productivity. Facebook's per-employee profits, based on last year's profit of $16 billion divided by their number of employees, made $634,694 per employee. Another example is Apple who made $48.3 billion last year, and had an average per-employee earning of $393,097. Microsoft raked in $21.2 billion in 2018, which comes out to $171,000 per employee.
You’ve done everything you can to increase employee satisfaction, but productivity still hasn’t increased. At this point, you’re probably wondering why. Where have you gone wrong? While it’s true that more satisfied employees can be more organized at work, that isn’t always the case.
Making business operations run smooth and effortlessly is the most important step in helping them grow faster. An intranet solution can easily make this happen.Intranet Portal is designed and developed by keeping this factor in mind. Another highlight is that Dock hasn’t compromised on user-friendliness and ease of use for achieving productivity. For that matter, Dock 365 Intranet Portal is a perfect SharePoint Intranet Solution that assures better business operations, at the same time delighting employees. Let’s enlighten you how Dock can make its users delighted straight away.
Every business can achieve a competitive advantage over others by having a good team of employees. The question is whether you are utilizing them completely. Keeping the employees engaged and highly satisfied is the key to achieve great results. Every successful business on our planet is effectively maintaining their employees engaged and productive. To achieve this, you need to give your employees the freedom to engage with their work/team when and where they want. You can get this done by picking the right technology for them. Dock 365 is the best example of technology that can keep you engaged and productive every time. There are many tools like a project management solution that can be used to boost your employee productivity and engagement at work.
In part one of this series we discussed where there are ways to improve outlooks task management capabilities and how to integrate successfully and setup One Note to begin utilizing it as a project management tool if you'd like a recap visit here. In this article, we're going to take it to the next level by showing you how to organize correctly and efficiently implement the One Note integration so that you can always stay on top of your tasks.
Using Your New Task-to-OneNote Integration
The project management tool should be able to keep you updated on the project you are working on. Whenever new tasks get added to your plate regardless if they're from an email your boss sends you, assignments provided by a project manager, or anywhere else, the process is the same; create the work in Outlook Tasks, highlight it (click on the task) and then select the OneNote icon at the top of the Tasks page.
First, OneNote (ON) will ask what section to place this new “page.” This is where you select the Project where this task belongs once completed ON will import the task automatically.