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Businesses typically use a variety of ways to present their team's hierarchy. In light of this, it's necessary to have an organization chart readily available for your employees to view to gain clarity regarding roles and responsibilities. This blog explains how to use the Organization Chart web part in SharePoint.
Microsoft Office tools take data processing to a whole new level. Considering SharePoint, this platform is used for efficient sharing, processing, and use of data. SharePoint offers a unique feature that leverages charts and graphs to showcase data. In this blog, we'll teach you how to use the SharePoint Quick Chart web part to easily design pie charts and column graphs in your SharePoint pages.
Document collaboration is one of the most popular capabilities of Microsoft SharePoint that leads many businesses to subscribe to Microsoft 365. Within SharePoint, there is a substantial list of web parts that allows users to manage, showcase, and list files to enhance collaboration.
In this blog, we will discuss the SharePoint File Viewer Web Part. There are other web parts available, such as the embed web part and the image web part, that will help assist you in showcasing your content on a SharePoint modern page. Let’s go ahead and see exactly what the File Viewer Web Part can do for your company and how to go about using it.
Microsoft 365 includes several features that allow you to efficiently plan, organize, and track your projects. Microsoft Planner is one of the most impressive tools, one that is widely used to improve organization.
On the other hand, SharePoint allows you to create sites and pages, as well as create portals for departments, projects, teams, and more. You can create and use SharePoint pages for all kinds of coordination, data processing, and teamwork requirements.
In this blog, we will discuss how you can work on a Plan in Microsoft Planner from your SharePoint page.
While creating modern SharePoint pages, you might have used Connector web parts. Connector web parts increase the functionality of your pages and can help you access more data first-hand. You will get a long SharePoint Connector web parts list to choose from when adding one to your page. Text, embed, quick links, and news are some of the most commonly used web parts. We will discuss how to use the Connector web part in your SharePoint pages.