Understanding how Permissions work is an important topic in SharePoint. The basic term to master is called “inheritance” and here is my explanation when teaching users how to deal with permission levels.
In just a few clicks it can really give a large table of data a “spark” and show the actual progression of data within a timeline.
Use the Geography column type in Excel to expand your search without leaving Excel
4 min how-to video to get started with building a report in Power BI
Here is one example of sending a document from a SharePoint library to an electronic signature s
New Video Upload: Under 5 min: Build your first Power Automate workflow from a SharePoint list event
To get started with Power Automate one does not need any complex understanding of workflow logic or code to write. Using just the default option from a SharePoint list let us create our first automation to be reminded of an event on data in a SharePoint list.
How to rename a Teams and SharePoint site and both?
This short walk-through will explain how it works to rename a site.
I have just uploaded a new tip in Francois Tells Tech. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/a2gFs9Fy-iA In this short demo, I am showing how to… Read More »New Video Upload : 3 min : Format a SharePoint modern list view depending on a value
When a library will host a lot of documents that are not to be seen by all users of a site but only a set… Read More »3 min: How to secure a SharePoint library for only a restricted number of users to see
While coaching a user on SharePoint permissions, I realised that there is still a lot of question in basic SharePoint concepts such as permission inheritance… Read More »3 min: How to set unique permissions on a SharePoint subsite only
New screen recording uploaded on my YouTube channel:
New how-to ℹ 2 min: How to create a new team in Microsoft Teams???? Thank you for subscribing to to my YouTube channel.
I am starting to publish some screen recording “know-how” videos on YouTube, in which I explain how to perform or use some features. Join me and send me feedback there.
Like many, I often receive emails requesting to give feedback to an event I participated in. The only issue is that too often than none, I still receive the feedback as a word file or a pdf. There is a better way.
it seems that Teams doesn’t stop to impress and align with rivals in terms of features, little is said about its reliability or performance issue during an actual call.
This is an exciting announcement that Microsoft Lists are coming. Today I was presenting SharePoint Metadata to a corporate Webinar audience and I am glad… Read More »Coming up in a few months/years: Microsoft Lists
How to avoid information overload by reducing the sending of information and condensing it to bulletin boards.
No “upload” button on Microsoft Teams background , but you can still add your own.
To help during the Covid-19 I am available for free a few hours each week, to answer any of your working-from-home challenges, solve your technical challenges with Office 365.
This has always been asked when I train on Word / SharePoint / Teams and I show the online collaboration side of these tools (how… Read More »View and manage track changes using Word Online is now available!