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Through SharePoint, Microsoft offers companies a wide range of tools and resources to solve problems as they rise. However, the solutions that you're using might not be the most efficient ones. In fact, you may find that your SharePoint Online site isn't performing as well or as quickly as you'd like it to. That's not great when the whole reason you started using SharePoint in the first place was to make your operations more efficient. If your SharePoint online site is slow and ineffective, your business ends up losing out valuable time and even money from not being able to get as much done. Thankfully, there are things that you can do to improve and optimize your SharePoint Online performance. Let's take a look at the list and see if any of these can benefit you.
Businesses need modern and smart productivity solutions to stay competitive always. Microsoft SharePoint is one exceptional technology businesses around the world have always trusted to enrich collaboration and communication among their workforces. The SharePoint Classic experience kept businesses satisfied and running fine for a very long time. As time passed and when new technologies and challenges showed up, Microsoft introduced the Modern Experience for its SharePoint Users. This blog post is the second part of our blog series ‘All That You Should Know About Modern Pages on Your SharePoint 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.
Connecting web parts in SharePoint allows you to make the user experience more dynamic and richer. In the first part of this blog, we have shown you how to connect the file viewer web part and document library web part. You can also learn how to connect the list properties web part and list web part, and the connection between embed web part ad list web part in the previous edition of this blog series. This blog is the continuation of the embed web part – list web part connection. Today we will tell you how to connect these web parts to show an image and a map as required.
SharePoint web parts can turn your SharePoint sites from good to excellent in many ways. They can help you in enhancing functionality and content management. They are powerful and feature-rich. There are many web parts made available for users to make their SharePoint sites exceptional in terms of flexibility in displaying content and utilizing unmatched capabilities of the platform. Content editor, search, media web part, and contact details are some of the most popular web parts in SharePoint.
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.
If you're like us, your business probably has a lot of moving parts. Between customers and internal demands, there are plenty of areas where something can go wrong. That's why it's important for you to be aware of problems as they come up so you can address them immediately.
If you're like me, you probably live your life around Microsoft Outlook. From there you're able to keep track of your emails, appointments, meetings, and tasks to keep your day organized. Outlook has a ton of capabilities beneath the surface that can help users do so much more than they thought.