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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.
Businesses are required to handle a lot of content and a wide array of data precisely. When you have the right tools and technology to segregate and organize all information brilliantly, your business workflow will automatically become much smoother. You need a fantastic technology platform to handle all these content and data resources. Microsoft SharePoint is a great platform which has the power to handle even the most complex data. You should know that; SharePoint has the capability to bring in content from external resources such as web-pages too. The embed web part can be utilized to add website content to your SharePoint page. Today, we would like to share with you how to use an Embed Web Part to add content to a page in SharePoint Online.
While working in SharePoint, Content Types is something you would have heard often. In fact, everything in SharePoint revolves around Content Types. For that matter, you have been unknowingly using it ever since you started using SharePoint.