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Using the SharePoint Online Content Type Hub

A Content Type in SharePoint is sort of a framework for an item. There are many built-in Content Types, such as Document, Event, and Task. Each Content Type has a set of columns which every item of that Content Type can use. You can create custom Content Types built off of any of the existing Content Types – such as a Purchase Order Content Type based on a Document Content Type with other custom columns added. A full discussion of

Alternative SharePoint Form solutions after InfoPath Forms 2013 discontinuation

Alternative SharePoint Form solutions after InfoPath Forms 2013 discontinuation Forms in SharePoint have always been an integral part of most intranets, from SharePoint 2007 to 2013 and Office 365. Out of the box SharePoint creates some basic forms mapped to the SharePoint lists. They are good to do some basic information collection stuff, however for advanced user interactions SharePoint site owners often find them limiting. In past we had InfoPath forms for advanced form development. However, Microsoft InfoPath 2013 is

The User Experience in SharePoint Modern Lists and Libraries

The User Experience in SharePoint Modern Lists and Libraries Last summer, Microsoft rolled out a new look and feel for SharePoint document libraries and lists, which they called the “Modern Experience” (also referred to as the New experience. Since that time, Microsoft has continued to add features to this new user interface in SharePoint Online, and they currently plan to roll out some of the features to SharePoint Server 2016 via upcoming Feature Packs. This article is meant as

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