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Over the years, SharePoint has proven itself to be one of the most powerful tools for helping organizations stay organized. In 2017, Microsoft launched hub sites for SharePoint online. Hub sites are another great option for building and managing your company's intranet. Let's take a look at hub sites in SharePoint Online and go over how to create and manage them.
SharePoint is a fantastic tool for connecting employees and providing them a resource they can use to collaborate. One of its major selling points (literally) is how easy it is to customize and build tools that suit your needs. While out of the box SharePoint is good enough, adding your company's branding to your SharePoint site can help take your use of SharePoint to the next level.
SharePoint is a great, highly customizable platform that can help companies accomplish anything they can think of. One of the premiere features is the ability to generate workflows that can automate a lot of your business processes. There are several types of workflows and different ways that you can create them. Today, we want to go over some basic workflows and the steps that you need to follow to create them.
Creating, adding, and publishing Modern Pages to your SharePoint Site is one brilliant way to share ideas and data with your team. You can share information using all kinds of files such as images, documents, videos, and many more. Moreover, the pages created will look cool in all devices. We are starting a blog series "All That You Should Know About Modern Pages on Your SharePoint Site" to give you all information regarding modern pages on your SharePoint Site. This is the first edition of this series. Subscribe to our SharePoint Blogs to get notified when we publish the next editions of this series.
If you began using Microsoft SharePoint before April 2019, your root site was created as a classic team site. While the new sites you have created since then have been modern, your root site will still have the same classic look and feel. While you might be more familiar with the classic version, this experience does not allow you to use your root site as a hub site or as the main landing page of your Intranet. Thankfully, SharePoint now offers you several different ways that you can modernize your root site.
Registration forms are a great way for you business to learn more about your audience and gather new leads. While building one might seem simple, it's actually a process with a lot to consider. Thankfully, through a combination of different Microsoft tools including SharePoint, PowerApps, and Flow, you should be able to simplify a lot of the process and get started building forms today. That said, let's jump into looking at what you need to do to create user registration forms using SharePoint, PowerApps, and Flow.
Companies are always looking for new tools and strategies to help them increase employee engagement. One of the best tools that you can use is an employee engagement survey. In fact, conducting regular surveys is a powerful method for figuring out how your employees feel about different aspects of their jobs. They allow you to gather feedback on a range of topics of varying magnitudes. This includes everything from overall employee morale down to how employees feel about a specific aspect of their day. The data you collect from these surveys allow you to make informed decisions that are likely to increase employee morale.
SharePoint is a great tool for storing and working with data, but it's not always the best for presenting it to others. Oftentimes, charts are better for helping others quickly understand what data you're trying to convey. Unfortunately, SharePoint doesn't offer you the native ability to build charts. Lucky for you, SharePoint offers you the ability to transfer data into Power BI so you can build reports. Let's take a look at what you need to to use SharePoint data in Power BI.
Did you know that a recent study found that cybercrime cost businesses over $2 trillion last year? If that doesn't show you how important data security is, I don't know what will. Ensuring that your company's important files are safe and secure should be every organization's top priority. If you're still not convinced, then know that a recent survey found that 53% of companies found over 1,000 sensitive files that were accessible to every employee.