SharePoint Online

Integrating SharePoint Online and Power BI (Part 2)

In Part 1 of the series Integrating SharePoint Online and Power BI, we saw how we can create interactive reports in Power BI and easily embed them in SharePoint Online. In this post, we are going to continue with the Power BI report, created and published earlier to SharePoint, using the Purchases List. In this example, we will add another SharePoint list called Purchase Budgets and create a relationship between Purchases and Purchase Budgets, so we can report on budget variances.

SharePoint Online Administration Center – Overview

When we talk about SharePoint, we are used to thinking that the platform is hosted on our own, simply because this was the usual way to have it on our systems. But when Azure arrived, and with it SharePoint Online, rules have changed a bit, so before entering in the Administration Center I’ll share with you a quick comparison between these versions, so you can better understand later why the Administration at Server side changed so much among

Modern SharePoint Web Parts – Part 2

This is the second of a two-part article about web parts for the Modern SharePoint page. In the first part of the article, we showed how to add web parts to a Modern SharePoint page, and listed the web parts (as of  the time of writing) which display static content. In this post, we’ll look at dynamic content web parts. Dynamic Content Web Parts These are web parts which display information based on a filter or search, so the resulting content

Modern SharePoint Web Parts – Part 1

Introduction Microsoft released the “Modern” page experience for team sites in SharePoint Online in the Fall of 2016. This included the ability to add web parts directly within the page user interface, but there weren’t very many Modern Web Parts available at that point. As of late September 2017 when this article is being written, there are 22 web parts available to add to a modern SharePoint page. At Microsoft’s Ignite event in late September 2017, there were some additional modern web parts

SharePoint Development Models and the SharePoint Framework (SPFx)

In this article we will go through history of SharePoint development, getting a brief concept of popular approaches/development models followed by SharePoint developers, their benefits and cons, and the features of the trending SharePoint Framework (SPFx). Microsoft SharePoint was introduced in the year 2001 as an on premise product. Since the beginning, a lot of developers gave their part in shaping the future of SharePoint by extending its features such as web parts and Feature XML and many other solutions through

Pocketful of SharePoint – The mobile app

As we all know that the SharePoint mobile app is here. Now stay connected by the content discovery on sites, portals and people which are always on the go. SharePoint has found the way to save you. To test it  I have downloaded and tested it and it reminded me of Natasha Bedingfield’s song “I have got a pocketful of sunshine I got love, and I know it is all mine.” that is what this app is about when I had a firsthand

SharePoint Navigation Options 101- Structured – Metadata – Search

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Technical Analysis – SharePoint Online Document Library New Look

  Technical Review SharePoint Document Library New Look -Welcome REST and Knockout js Something very interesting we have discovered after analysing behind the scene technical changes from Microsoft for the document libraries New Look in SharePoint Online. Our SharePoint solution FlyView had a minor issue because of the latest change and we did this investigation while preparing the fix. Rightly the ‘New Look’ has created a lot of buzz in the developer and user community and there is already good analysis of the new features done from

FlyView – more than just a SharePoint Tree View

Dynamic SharePoint Menu by FlyView – More than just a SharePoint Treeview SharePoint content are stored in a tree structure, i.e. Sites, sub-sites, document libraries and folders. FlyView for SharePoint enables you to explore and compare your SharePoint site content in a flash. FlyView for SharePoint not only provides you with a Tree View of your site collection but it also enables you to perform actions as you traverse through the navigation tree.  For example, you can preview multiple documents and

FlyView-A Free SharePoint Tool That Makes Navigation Easy

FlyView – A Free SharePoint Tool that Makes SharePoint Navigation Easy FlyView is a free SharePoint tool that improves SharePoint user experience and increases your productivity. You will spend less time discovering SharePoint content and more time actually working on it. This little SharePoint tool is a must have add-on for your SharePoint Site. It is actually a navigation bar that sits on top of the web page. If you install it as the Chrome extension then it will automatically detect a SharePoint site logon.

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