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Tracy van der Schyff

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#Microsoft365 Day 330: What happens to the content of deleted users in #OneDrive?

In #OneDrive the content you load and share, is yours. So you're the owner of it. Which is why I suggest to companies to have their users put content into #SharePoint / #MicrosoftTeams as much as possible - when that... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 265: How to access your #MicrosoftTeams files offline

So Microsoft Teams is GREAT! You might want to access those documents when you're not online, so what can we do about this? It's much easier than you might think - open the #SharePoint Library in the background and sync... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 264: Files on Demand in #OneDrive and #SharePoint

Files on Demand is a great feature that allows us to decide which files / folders should be synced to our devices. With a 1TB storage, you definitely don't want to sync all your files. You'll still see all the... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 223: Important versioning update for #SharePoint Online & #OneDrive

#Microsoft365 #Office365 #SharePoint #OneDrive Beginning of May it was announced that there will be a change to the versioning settings for SharePoint and OneDrive. This affects all Document Libraries in SharePoint Team Sites as well as OneDrive. Keep in mind... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 130: What happens to my documents in Microsoft Teams?

#Microsoft365 #Office365 It's never a good idea to just start using a new platform and not be sure of what it actually does with your files for example. Here's a quick look at what happens when you share documents in... Continue Reading →

#Microsoft365 Day 122: Capture notes using #OfficeLens, #OneNote and #OneDrive on your Mobile

#Microsoft365 #Office365 #OfficeLens #OneNote #OneDriveĀ As preparation for the upcoming #IntraTeam18 conference in Copenhagen I've started setting up my OneNote sections and pages I'd like to use for the conference. I use my mobile to take notes, pictures and reference files.... Continue Reading →

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