Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities



Day 6 – Filtered Alerts in SharePoint

We all love the ability to setup alerts in SharePoint, but how useful are they when they don't relate to you? All it does is fill up your inbox. Yesterday I showed you how to create a filtered view in... Continue Reading →

Day 5 – Creating Filtered Views in SharePoint

I think Alerts in SharePoint are pretty awesome, but a lot of people complain about getting alerts that do not apply to them. You can be selective about the alert being sent out, based on a filtered view created. Day:... Continue Reading →

Day 3 – Relevant Documents Web Parts in SharePoint

How great would it be if you could navigate to your site's landing page, and right there is a web part that displays all the last documents you've worked on, regardless of which library they're loaded in. Imagine that?!?! Well... Continue Reading →

Day 2 – Item-Level Permissions in SharePoint

Do you require a list in SharePoint where users can add items - but only be allowed to view and edit their own items? SharePoint Lists allows you OTB to apply Item-level permissions. Yup - without code or fancy bits!!... Continue Reading →

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