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Check and Configure SharePoint User Permissions

on Jan 2, 2019 2:33:50 PM By | Clay Osborn | 0 Comments | SharePoint Microsoft Microsoft Office Office 365 intranet Governance
Ever have a SharePoint gotcha problem before? It’s highly likely that your answer is yes and you are not alone. SharePoint has lots of gotchas and it can be difficult to troubleshoot sometimes. However, there are some really simple yet powerful features that are built right into the interface. Site collection administrators will find these features easily accessible and usable to trouble shoot why somebody doesn’t have access to certain resources. This blog covers the features that allow you to check guest permissions in SharePoint.
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Microsoft Teams Naming Convention

Let’s start with a question.
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Take Advantage of Microsoft Flow Timers

Timers are helpful as a reminder to trigger us to do other actions. For example, if you set a timer when cooking pasta to make sure it’s al dente, you turn off the heat when the timer rings. It’s very much the same when it comes to Microsoft Flow; the timer can be very handy. Microsoft Flow has a whole series of timers that are built into it or things you can use to trigger the next action.
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C/D/H Highlights SharePoint Changes at Michigan User Groups

on Jun 7, 2018 5:07:20 PM By | C/D/H Consultant | 0 Comments | SharePoint Microsoft Office 365 PowerShell
SharePoint and Office 365 are powerful tools – made more powerful by virtue of their widespread adoption by companies of virtually all sizes, types, and industries. Like many powerful tools, they can appear complex and confusing, even to those who have worked with them extensively; the broad sweep of their capabilities necessarily entails a high degree of inner complexity.
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SharePoint NA 2018 Day 3

on May 24, 2018 2:45:16 PM By | C/D/H Consultant | 0 Comments | SharePoint Microsoft News
It’s always hard to say good bye. As Shakespeare once wrote, “Parting is such sweet sorrow.” Day 3 was exciting as always with robust sessions packed with practical information and tools they prepared for users this year. It really brought home one of the most important themes of the conference: Your data is not a problem, it’s a strategic opportunity for your organization. Of course, leveraging collaboration tools to develop organizational culture stimulated great interest among session audience.  David Tappan, Sr. Collaboration Consultant and Karina Myers share their take-away from Day 3.
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SharePoint NA 2018 Day 2

on May 23, 2018 2:18:42 PM By | C/D/H Consultant | 0 Comments | SharePoint UIUX
Day 2 at the 2018 SharePoint NA Conference continued to be full of great information. The agenda was packed with great sessions related to migration from Classic to Modern, Branding in Modern sites and creation of web parts using SharePoint Framework process and React. David Tappan, Sr. Collaboration Consultant and Karina Myers share their favorites.
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SharePoint NA 2018 Day 1

on May 22, 2018 11:14:49 AM By | C/D/H Consultant | 0 Comments | SharePoint Office 365 content management
SharePoint Conference NA is in full swing out in Las Vegas. In keeping with the C/D/H Core Value of Continuous Improvement we sent a contingent of consultants (Collaboration, UIUX and Product) to take in all the conference has to offer. 
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Quick and Dirty Reporting for SharePoint 2013 Applications - Part 2

on Mar 26, 2018 7:33:00 AM By | Ryan Charnock | 0 Comments | Application Development SharePoint Microsoft
Figure 1:  On the left is a Report Builder Chart to show the total number of task in each status. On the right is the standard Task list which is the data source for the chart.
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Quick and Dirty Reporting for SharePoint 2013 Applications - Part 1

on Mar 19, 2018 12:12:18 PM By | Ryan Charnock | 0 Comments | Application Development SharePoint Microsoft Microsoft Office
Figure 1:  On the left is a Report Builder Chart to show the total number of task in each status. On the right is the standard Task list which is the data source for the chart.
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4 Steps To Providing Knowledge To Your Organization

on Feb 26, 2018 8:00:00 AM By | Jerry Dwinell | 0 Comments | SharePoint enterprise search Content Intelligence
I recently presented a webinar on the Content Inteligence Revolution (you can check it out here), where I outlined how you can use intelligent search to provide organizational need to know information to all of your employees through a few simple steps. Below is a recap: 
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