SharePoint can be confusing, especially as it evolves with the times. But just because it may cause a headache here and there doesn’t mean it’s not entirely worth a few struggles. When mastered, SharePoint offers a vast array of benefits to your company. Besides, those struggles can be easily alleviated by helpful tidbits from articles around the web. My job is to make your lives easier. That being the case, I’ve compiled a list of my favorite SharePoint articles from the month of June.
Though SharePoint is widely known and critically acclaimed, it may not fit your company’s needs or personnel. Before making the switch, you should take a long and hard look at how it will affect your company. This article provides a list of the 5 most important questions you need to ask before you begin your SharePoint journey. Is it right for you? Find out.
For those of you who’ve bravely taken the SharePoint plunge already, you may be encountering some confusion when using the updated 2016 version. Though many of the new features have been met with praise, the “Recently Shared Items” tool has been relatively ignored thus far. Vlad Catrinescu thinks this underwhelming reception is because the feature is difficult to use. To help us out, Catrinescu has given us a step-by-step guide on how to effectively use the RSI feature.
iPhone users rejoice! SharePoint recently announced that its platform will be accessible on iOS, making collaboration on-the-go significantly easier. The new mobile app will put the “intranet in your pocket,” allowing you to easily access company news and announcements, shared documents, and important content no matter where you are. Don’t use an iPhone? Fear not. Microsoft has promised an Android and Windows platform, to be available by year’s end.
Simplify the complex by following these 5 simple how-to tutorials. In this informative post, some of the most common dilemmas one confronts when using SharePoint are addressed, with solutions being offered to simplify your user experience. We’re always looking for ways to make life easier – reading this post is a good start.
Even the best SharePoint users run into problems every now and again. It can be a complicated application to navigate, and it’s important to learn ways to maximize what you’re getting out of it. This short and informative list serves as a good starting point for those trying to improve their SharePoint experience.
Boy, was I lucky to come across this doozy. If you want to get the most out of SharePoint, you have to read this. Joelle Farley goes into detail about the best ways to improve SharePoint collaboration so that you can cut down on emailing. How nice does that sound?