As a consultant working in SharePoint, I have been asked one question more times than I can remember. That question is some variation of: “Can we have an automatically generated, unique, formatted identifier in the Title field?”. And, because history repeats itself, I recently got this question again. So, I sharpened up my MS Flow skills and created a template.
Commonly, people (me included) will jump to a coded or complex solution in SharePoint. I wanted to test myself to come up with a nice out-of-the-box (OOTB) solution that would provide value to an organization. Recently, a colleague asked me if it was possible to assign corporate badges to employees in O365. So, I took that as my OOTB challenge.
I have been meaning to document what happens when you use the various move and copy operations in SharePoint. So, this weekend I set out to do that. I was not really expecting to find any surprises. I was wrong.
A colleague called me today. He said “Mike, do you know anything about Flow and Picture columns?”. I said “No”, and he said “Well, I do. Want to see a cool trick?”.
What am I going to say? No?
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In this article, I am hoping to demystify permissions in modern SharePoint sites. I will talk about the differences between the permissions on Communication sites and Modern Team sites. I’ll also outline how some of the functionality around the permissions framework changes based on the type of site you are using.
This article will talk more about these interfaces when dealing with the default SharePoint groups.
SharePoint has used the same three default groups when a site is created, since I started working with SharePoint 2007. In this article, I wanted to talk about these default groups, detail how they relate to the permissions and security of a SharePoint site, and show how to interact with them.
Hi, I’m Mike… Probably just another guy with a blog about O365, SharePoint, PowerApps, Flow, Teams, etc.