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New Year - Call for Authors

Hello everyone, If you follow SP365 on twitter or via one of the RSS feeds you will know the site has not been very active over the last 18 months even though we republish s[...]

Office 365 My Site

Click here to view the original post   The office 365 My Site is the hub for your profile and is where you can fill in a whole host of information about yourself as well[...]

An inch deep and a mile wide

Last week I was at the SharePoint Conference in the US where me, Seb Matthews and a few others were having a conversation about the Speakers at the Conference and Speakers in gener[...]


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Office 365: an Armchair Critic's Guide

Given that this is the first SharePoint 365 post (welcome!) I felt obligated to centre it on Microsoft’s shiny new cloud based collaboration platform: Office 365. Unless you have thus far been immune to the charms of social media you will know that O365 was officially launched yesterday, in the midst of… what looked like about 20 people sat in a room. In all seriousness though, it’s a huge, necessary […]

Microsoft Office 365 will be the Poster - Child platform for a new world of Hybrid Organisations

“Microsoft Office 365 will be the Poster-Child platform for a new world of Hybrid Organisations.” This has been reposted from the Guest Blog series on the Microsoft Office 365 Community Site: So what is this Hybrid Organisation that I speak of and why does Microsoft Office 365 have such great synergies with it? Like an ever increasing mix of start-ups, 21apps doesn’t own any physical server infrastructure; actually we don’t have a […]

Working with SharePoint Views (Part 2)

This entry is part 2 of 8 in the series Working With SharePoint Views

Now that we have some background into SharePoint views, it’s time to start dissecting the functionality. In this post we will talk about the experience of creating views, and then we will talk about the options presented to the user after starting the create view workflow. Creating Views There are two ways to create views inside the SharePoint interface. The first of these is in the breadcrumb. In lists and […]