Page Diagnostics tool for SharePoint Online

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Microsoft released a tiny tool for page diagnostics in SharePoint Online and it works for classic pages only. It is interesting to see that this tool delivered as a Google Chrome extension.

For now, there are only 5 rules available and Microsoft says they are going to have more than that based on a user feedback.

Use the Page Diagnostics tool for SharePoint Online

Page Diagnostics for SharePoint

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Microsoft MVP 2018-2019

I’ve got my 7th Microsoft MVP award in Office Servers and Services category and this is my 7th one in a row.

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PowerApps – Filter your drop downs by other fields

How to create a form in PowerApps where you needed to filter the options available in the drop down depending on an option selected in a different field. 

  1. Create a datasource Contact List_1 which is a list of contacts in SharePoint 
  2. Create a datasource Opportunities which uses SharePoint  list called Opportunities 
  3. The both Opportunities and Contact List have a lookup column called Client 
  4. The Contact list has a single line of text column, Fullname 
  5. Your Opportunity list has multi select lookup column, OpportunityContacts 

Now, you need PowerApp to show only the contacts relevant to the client selected. Use the Filter function by looking in the Contact List 1 datasource if the Company name matches the client name in opportunity.  Continue reading

Welcome to SharePoint Server 2019, a modern platform for choice and flexibility

SharePoint Server 2019 was introduced at SharePoint Conference North America.

Using the cloud as a baseline, there are the most compelling communications and collaborative experiences to customers of SharePoint 2019, including the introduction of Communications Sites, Team News, and modern Team Sites. Also, users can get support for reliable access to their documents – anywhere, anytime.

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Getting the best connectivity and performance in Office 365

Traditional enterprise networks are designed primarily to provide users access to applications and data hosted in company operated datacenters. A secondary use has been as a gateway for access to the Internet for communications and web browsing. Because of the large network security stack, Internet connectivity for branch offices is commonly centralized and backhauled over the customer’s wide area network (WAN). 

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