August marks two years since the ‘Modern’ enhancements first started rolling out to SharePoint Online customers, and to celebrate – this blog post covers my favourite new features that help boost me and my team’s productivity.
Chris McNulty from the Microsoft yesterday blogged about a whole range of exciting updates that have been released, or will be released soon, for SharePoint Online. In this blog post we take a quick look at one of those features that is already live – the ‘AI for Images’ feature.
Delve, as the name suggests, is the Microsoft tool for deep diving into what’s been happening in your company’s Office 365. In this blog post, I cover some of the Delve’s useful functionality – particularly as it relates to collaborating with your team.
Microsoft has rolled out new updates for moving document(s) from source to destination in SharePoint Online. I’ve been waiting for this feature for so long, and am extremely excited that it has finally arrived!
File(s) can now be moved (1) within a SharePoint Document Library (i.e. between folders), (2) to another library within the same SharePoint site, (3) to another library within another site in the same site collection, (4) to your OneDrive.
International Women’s Day (a UN adopted initiative) is coming up on 8th March. To commemorate this day, I’d just like to publicly reflect on the amazing things that women around the world bring to our working, social, and family lives – as well as the challenges they face, and opportunities we all have together.
The Development Team recently went to YOW! Conference Brisbane. It was an action packed two-day event filled with talks, ideas and reports from the field – from software developers, architects, designers and product owners around the world. One speaker in particular, Linda Liukas, left a lasting impression.
Microsoft announced this week that they are rolling out a brand new Bulk Metadata Editing Feature, as part of the New Experience list view. The feature is rolling out to Targeted Release customers from January 17th (Targeted Release is the new name for First Release – which is an opt-in program).
Microsoft are in the process of releasing a new feature that allows you to customise the ‘new experience’ site themes, including the ability to control the options available for your users. Specifically it will now be possible for admins to create and upload custom site designs and custom site themes, storing them in a central, tenant-level gallery – applicable for use with both team and communication sites.