Author: Stacy Deere-Strole

Tenant Opt-out for SharePoint Modern Lists Gone Apr. 1st

  See original blog post here http://spmindmelt.focalpointsolutions.co/tenant-opt-out-for-sharepoint-modern-lists-gone-apr-1st/   Straight from the Message Center!! How does this impact me? In 2016, we introduced a new “modern” experience for SharePoint, bringing extensibility, accessibility, and responsive design to a complete overhaul of the user experience. Since then, modern has been the center of innovation in SharePoint and OneDrive, although […]

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New SharePoint Admin Center : Coming Soon!

    Check out the original blog post here http://spmindmelt.focalpointsolutions.co/new-sharepoint-admin-center-coming-soon/ Prepare to be ready! A little more than a week ago now I was in my Quick Wins session at SPTechCon Austin showing the new SharePoint Admin Panel. I stated to the attendees to start looking now before you come in and POOF your admin world […]

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To-Do Feature Update: Train & Communicate

Microsoft To-Do is an updated Office 365 feature. We’ll begin rolling this change out in mid-March and it will finish by the end of the month. This enhancement is related to Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 34338. How does this impact me? The To-Do web app license will soon licensed as part of Exchange Online. There […]

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Stacy Deere-Strole has started a Quick Wins blog series!!!

  Stacy Deere Strole has started a series of blog posts on Quick Wins in SharePoint. To start the series read Stacy’s Quick Wins #1 – My Link is GONE! Quick Wins #1 – My Link Is GONE!!!

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Keeping Up with Microsoft: Realistic or Not?

Keeping Up with Microsoft: Realistic or Not?

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SharePoint Navigation: A Path To Success

  SharePoint Navigation: A Path To Success SharePoint navigation…  What is the first thing that comes to mind when I say those 2 words?  If I had to take a guess I would say that global navigation (top navigation) and quick links (left navigation) crossed your mind.  Reason is as those are the most commonly used […]

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Promoted Links – A Little Downside

Recently I was working on a project for a client to move some sites from one web application to another.  Pretty simple task right?  Well, not so quick and easy if your heavily utilizing Microsoft’s SharePoint out of the box feature called Promoted Links.  Overall I really like promoted links and they can add some […]

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Search in SharePoint O365 – Working On It

Ever find yourself sitting around waiting for your content to be searchable in SharePoint O365? I personally know I am not the only one and oddly enough I didn’t notice how big the issue was until a friend of mine asked me a few questions last weekend. My friend asked me by default how often […]

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Missing Script & Content Editor Web Parts in O365

Have you ever had a situation where you were so excited about a new toy or application, that you couldn’t wait to start diving in and playing with it, and when you do, you run smack into a big brick wall?  That’s exactly what the missing script and content editor web parts issue is in […]

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