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Factors to Consider Before Adding an App to a SharePoint Site

3/26/19 7:30 AM / by Alex K Joseph posted in SharePoint Site, SharePoint Blog, SharePoint Team Site

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Do you know what are some of the most amazing features of Apps for SharePoint? These user-friendly and standalone apps are small. Still, they can perform specific actions and business tasks with utmost ease and efficiency. You can insert apps to SharePoint sites for purposes like displaying different information or news, and document-based tasks. Customize these apps to make them ideal for your work requirements, and that is what makes these apps flexible.

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How to Increase SharePoint User Adoption

3/25/19 8:45 AM / by Edwin Harrington posted in Software Portals, Communication, Productivity, Employee Engagement, Employee Communication, SharePoint Blog, Site Design, Business tools, SharePoint Team Site

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The most important factor when it comes to intranet is the user experience, making sure that the UX is clean, simple and user intuitive is the easiest way to increase user adoption. It's also important that early on in the selection process that you include a representative from all the departments that are going to use this regularly e.g. HR, Marketing, Sales. These users need to have a say because there are specific function that may dissuade them form actively engaging with the solution. Enhancing the SharePoint user experience can be done in some simple ways sluggish and unfriendly intranet always results in users’ disengagement. Below are the three components that require your attention if you want to increase user adoption.

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What Are The Stages In Setting Up A Site Design For Hub Sites

2/28/19 7:30 AM / by Alex K Joseph posted in SharePoint Hub Sites, SharePoint Blog, Site Design

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A site design can be defined as single or multiple site scripts that SharePoint Runs when a particular site is connected with a hub site. The actions describe the changes that are needed to be applied to the new site. Adding nodes to the site navigation and creating a new list are best examples for such changes. The main functionality of the site design is to deliver custom actions and reusable lists. This lets users get started with their features at great speed.

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