Tag: intranet

Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Baltimore on May 20

I’m excited to be a part of the speaker lineup next weekend at SPS Baltimore. If you’re nearby, be sure to register (it’s free!) and check it out on Saturday, May 20. At the time of this post, there’s just one ticket left! Here’s what you can expect from me:

baltimoreLet Microsoft Flow and SharePoint Designer Workflows Do the Work

Your team members would appreciate getting some time back. Give it to them in ten minute increments here, thirty minutes there by using Microsoft Flow and SharePoint Designer to build them thoughtful workflows that range from simple one-steppers to more complex and conditional multi-stagers, even across site collections. We’ll cover specific HR and Accounting scenarios in this session based on real-case experience at KU Libraries, including automation of some onboarding and off-boarding processes, simple automated management of otherwise complex item-level permissions, travel plan submission and approval, receipt submission and reimbursement tracking and more all through utilizing workflows to save you and your colleagues time.

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Including or excluding multiple property filters in SharePoint search results web part query

In one of my projects, we built a directory largely based on this article with content created by Stacy Deere-Strole of Focal Point Solutions. Something we ran into was wanting to include multiple departments in our base search query (not refiners, as that only narrows our results instead of expanding them). We also wished to eliminate multiple results in the JobTitle property within the query text. While this is a simple solution, hopefully it will save you some trial and error in writing your search language.

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Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Omaha on April 22

I’m thrilled to have my first external speaking engagement lined up at SPS Omaha. If you’re nearby, be sure to register (it’s free!) and check it out on Saturday, April 22. Here’s what you can expect from me:

nateomahaUpgrading Your Intranet: Planning and Building a New Intranet in SharePoint

There are a number of advantages to deciding to move your intranet to SharePoint. Automation, organization, incredible search capabilities and user interactivity are just a few of these. We’ll discuss avoiding creating a file dump by rethinking forms, automation capabilities, organizational structures, and permissions. We’ll also touch on proper planning measures such as developing naming conventions and metadata standards to make your intranet more powerful and accessible.