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How Internal Blogs Assure You Intranet Success

8/5/19 8:18 AM / by Alex K Joseph posted in SharePoint Intranet Portal, Corporate Intranet, User Experience, SharePoint Blog, Business tools

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When introducing a new intranet platform to an organization, it is important to check all necessary boxes to make employees like it. From having a good user interface, to features that make work easier, there are many things to foresee and organize. Company internal blogs can play a serious role in making employees stay in your new intranet system. Internet is full of fun, informative, and innovative content. If you can make your internal blog interesting and fun for your employees, it will be a very effective strategy to make them stay in the intranet platform and interact with it longer.

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Designing SharePoint Online Pages: 3 Components for Ideal Load Times

4/22/19 7:31 AM / by Alex K Joseph posted in SharePoint Online, User Experience

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Numerous techniques and methods are available to fine-tune the performance of SharePoint Online. Getting good page load speeds is one of the primary objectives that will let your SharePoint Online environment work amazingly. To get to that mark, you need to start putting efforts right from the designing stage of the SharePoint Online Pages. Basically, there are 3 main components that are critical in achieving the best SharePoint Online performance.

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Transform Outlook in to a Project Management Tool Using One Note Part 1

4/4/19 1:30 PM / by Edwin Harrington posted in User Experience, Microsoft 365 Enterprise, Microsoft 365, Knowledge Sharing, OneNote Notebook, Outlook group

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One Note is one of those Microsoft products that seems to be one dimensional when you first start using it, but it isn’t until you make use of the product that its real value starts shining through. As a task and project management tool, Microsoft OneNote is one of the best tools out there and one the best ways to integrate with other office apps is with Outlook for project management. I know you're thinking, Outlook already has a simple to use task manager? While this is true, the simplicity of it is both it's redeeming quality and downfall. 


You are easily able to manage tasks and align them based on the project they're associated with and write notes to go along with the functions, but the user is minimal on the features within these notes. For example, if you need to add spreadsheets, documents, meeting notes associated with these tasks and need them easily accessible you're going to be left hanging high and dry, thankfully OneNote can step in and do this for you.

Adding OneNote to Outlook
To do this from within Outlook, just click on File and then Options. Along the left navigation menu, click on the Add-Ins link.'

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