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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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#Microsoft365 Day 342: Setup Alerts on the Main Document Library in #MicrosoftTeams

The first question that gets asked when I introduce people to #MicrosoftTeams, is: 'Will the other members be able to delete my stuff'. That's a YES. People don't trust people. This causes many complicated environments to be built - unnecessarily.... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 331: Empower Your #SharePoint #Intranet Super Users Part 9

Today we'll look at Document libraries. Basically you can have two types, one with folders, one with metadata (and yes sometimes, both). We'll do single uploads and drag and drops, update the metadata and use Quick Edit to 'bulk' update... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 190: SWAT: SharePoint Weapons and Tactics – Part 1

#Microsoft365 #Office365 #SharePoint Why do we invest in a product and then insist on micro managing it - just because we don’t trust people? In my next couple of blogs we'll be looking at the 'weapons' that exist in OTB SharePoint... Continue Reading →

Day 264 – SharePoint: Choose when to send alerts

#Office365Challenge Today's post will remind you how to create filtered alerts, but also show you how to be selective about when they will be notified. Day: 264 of 365, 101 left Tools: SharePoint Description: SharePoint:  Choose when to send alerts Audience:... Continue Reading →

Day 225 – Filtered Alerts on Document Types

#Office365Challenge With the amount of information being thrown at us daily - it helps to receive notifications on relevant information. Using Alerts in SharePoint is a great way of achieving that. Day: 225 of 365, 140 left Tools: Office 365 / SharePoint... Continue Reading →

Day 206 – Use SharePoint to track Stock Levels

#Office365Challenge In today's post I'll show you how to use a Custom List to track and notify you of stock levels. Day: 206 of 365, 159 left Tools:  SharePoint Description: Use SharePoint to track stock levels In the below example I have... Continue Reading →

SWAT: SharePoint Weapons and Tactics – Part 1

Why do we invest in a product and then insist on micro managing it - just because we don’t trust people? In my next couple of blogs we'll be looking at the 'weapons' that exist in OTB SharePoint and the... Continue Reading →

The lighter side of Microsoft #19: Using metadata, filtered views and alerts in SharePoint as a ‘reporting tool’

If you’re new to SharePoint, one of the first terms you’ll come across is Metadata. In this blog I’ll give you an overview and show you how to use metadata in a document library to summarize and “report” on data.... Continue Reading →

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