For me Ignite 2017, is the conference where sub-sites died. The sub-site is dead, long live the site.
For me the Search announcements made at Ignite 2017 are probably the biggest ones that they made at Ignite as they are the ones that really effect an end users experience. An effective and efficient search is fundamental to their productivity.
Yammer’s Roadmap session at Ignite 2017 demonstrated that the product team had listened to their MVP’s and customers. This my take on how they should deliver the roadmap.
It’s quick and easy to add Yammer feeds into Microsoft Teams using Yammer Embed.
As part of our drive to Groups and Teams we need to modernize our existing templates. For this work I have been working on a definition of modernity for SharePoint sites
Microsoft Forms is now in Public Preview marking the end of the line of the SharePoint Survey App.
Quick post showing how topics can be used to render threads in SharePoint pages
I firmly believe that Yammer and Teams are complementary products. Yammer and Teams are better together for communities and knowledge
I’ve produced this post as response to one in the Microsoft Tech Community titled “What Transitioning to the Cloud Means for IT Organizational Structures (And why you should pay attention)”. It's worth looking at the Tech Community post and adding your contributions. I agree with the themes of decentralisation, customer centricity and the need for a strategic steering arm described in the post. My response is more around the overall experience and observations.
In case you missed it: Microsoft have announced the demise of Site Mailboxes in SharePoint Online. The timeline is challenging. You have around 4-weeks before you'll be prevented from creating new Site Mailboxes. We're removing Site Mailboxes in SharePoint Online MC92090 Published On : 31 January 2017 Expires On : 15 September 2017 Beginning March … Continue reading Announcing the death of Site Mailboxes in SharePoint Online