Tag Archive: SharePoint

Transitioning off InfoPath Forms – Lessons Learned from the Front Lines

PrintFacebookLinkedinTwitterInfoPath forms were once considered the work horse for creating customized forms. With InfoPath forms deprecated and slated to be retired by 2023, organizations are increasingly looking to transition off legacy InfoPath based solutions. Often InfoPath based solutions are viewed as a collection of individual forms that need to be…
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Ignite 2017 Wrap Up – SharePoint and OneDrive

PrintFacebookLinkedinTwitter At Ignite 2017,Microsoft announced a number of updates and new features for SharePoint and OneDrive. This blog post consolidates all the announcements and have included my insights on the new features. There were some additional announcements that were made on Groups and Teams that I will detail in a separate…
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Feature Pack 2 for SharePoint 2016

PrintFacebookLinkedinTwitterOn September 12, 2017, Microsoft released the Feature Pack 2 for SharePoint Server 2016 as part of the September 2017 Public Update. Feature packs are new product functionality that is first introduced outside the context of a product release. Microsoft released Feature Pack 1 for SharePoint 2016 last year around…
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SharePoint 2013/2016 – People Picker Control in SharePoint

PrintFacebookLinkedinTwitterIn SharePoint, the People Picker control is used to select users, groups, and claims to grant permission to items such as lists, libraries, and sites. Although it has many uses, it is most commonly used to select users or groups while granting permissions on sites, lists, libraries etc. Querying Users…
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