At the 2020 Microsoft Ignite conference, Jeff Teper presented a diagram titled 'Microsoft 365'. The diagram showed only four icons: Teams, Outlook, Office and Edge. The implication of this diagram was that, for most end-users, Teams is now (or will become) their primary portal into Microsoft 365. As stated by Jeff Teper, SharePoint is a … Continue reading The Microsoft 365 experience – Teams, Exchange, Outlook, Edge: Where did SharePoint Go?
Month: September 2020
Auto-populating Microsoft Word templates – a no-workflow option
In August 2019 I published a post titled 'Auto-populating document templates via a form in SharePoint'. The suggested model was based on using a SharePoint 2010 workflow in SharePoint Designer. In July 2020, Microsoft announced that it would turn off SharePoint 2010 workflows for newly created tenants from 1 August 2020, and would remove the … Continue reading Auto-populating Microsoft Word templates – a no-workflow option
Recordkeeping roles and permissions in Microsoft 365
(Updated 3 September 2020 with reference to customised admin roles) Microsoft 365 is a cloud-based collaboration and content system that includes a wide range of functionality to create, capture and manage records, primarily in SharePoint Online but also in OneDrive for Business, Exchange Online and in MS Teams. This post outlines the roles and permissions … Continue reading Recordkeeping roles and permissions in Microsoft 365