O365 Groups or Unified Groups is a cool O365 feature, except when it don't work as expected. You just deleted the Group, but the hidden SharePoint Online Site Collection connected to the group didn't got deleted automatically with the group. Guess what it's now an orphaned site collection in locked state. To Remove these sites, … Continue reading Orphaned SharePoint Online Site Collections after an O365 Group
SharePoint list is a really powerfull tool, now and then we want it to do even more. Example: I want the list the have a picture column This column is should contain a link to a picture But I don't want the picture to be shown in full size as it will "destroys" the list … Continue reading SharePoint 101 – Image Column in SharePoint list view
I'm really not sure why Microsoft released #PowerApps, it's absolutely not ready for businesses. It's supposed to replace InfoPath?? Lucky we got InfoPath for another 10 year. Why: It's not responsive by design, you have to choose a layout, shouldn't this be the facto standard in 2016? It's doing #stupid translation to "Norwegian" my computer regional setting … Continue reading #MS #PowerApps fix Your stuff!!
Everybody ever working with SharePoint Permission know for a fact that is a real PAIN!! I recently experienced how pain-full it can be sometimes. Background: We have a solution with some nice SharePoint sites | some of the sites have broken inheritance down in the hierarki, and everything has been working great. Last week i received a … Continue reading SharePoint 101 Limited-Access User Permission Feature – PAIN!
It's been a while since I've built something with SharePoint Designer Workflow, I kinda missed it. 🙂 An opportunity showed up, when i received a business request to automatically create documents based on a SharePoint list item. This post will describe the steps needed to make this work without custom development. Business requirements: A list … Continue reading SharePoint 101 Auto Create Documents based on SharePoint Designer Workflow
In the last 6 months I've had the pleasure to work with many organizations on their migration to O365 and their use of OneNote Classroom for Faculty and Students. I'll share some of my experiences and a sneak peek about what's ahead. One of the biggest challenges I've seen is the storage of the "Class … Continue reading Goodby to Class Notebook and hello to Microsoft Classroom
The following articles list Windows PowerShell cmdlets for SharePoint Online by functionality: Use Windows PowerShell cmdlets to manage and monitor an organization in SharePoint Online Use Windows Powershell cmdlets to manage connections to services in SharePoint Online Use Windows Powershell cmdlets to administer site collections in SharePoint Online Use Windows Powershell cmdlets to upgrade SharePoint … Continue reading SharePoint Online PowerShell