Her er min tredje artikel om SharePoint 2016 fra Ignite konferencen i Chicago.
I referenced this demo in an earlier demo entitled "Autopopulate List", where I showed how to automatically pull data from our AD to the SharePoint 2010 list. The missing step was that the columns that should be filled in automatically after clicking "OK" were available to the users from the "newform.aspx" and "editform.aspx" which kind of defeated the purpose of "autopopulate".
Imagine you want to know the time of the next train between two cities. When you type this into Google, the first hit isn’t a link to a site but a card like the one below.
I attended the keynotes at Microsoft Ignite conference in Chicago, and I have tried to collect highlights seen through the lens of my profession about intranets, SharePoint and Yammer.
Blogindlæg: Twenty words, not too many polysyllables
It’s such a simple rule, and sub-rule, that it’s shocking that more of us don’t stick to it.
Blogindlæg: Friday Wrap #160: Twitter Q&As gone bad, Virtual Reality gets real, Meerkat swims with sharks
When I begin a new intranet project I am of course immediately interested in any metrics that have been recorded and reported on the performance of the intranet.
Here is what I found most interesting i week 29 and 30, 2015.