There are many things we do with SharePoint that can be either scripted or formatted that require some sort of code. In my previous post, I talk about how it can assist content creators, but what about people who are building things? Here are two examples that might inspire you to try this yourself, the first is a PowerShell script and the second some JSON … Continue reading ChatGPT and SharePoint, what else can it do?
ChatGPT is a great tool for improving the productivity of content creators. Content creation is one of the most labour-intensive activities for Intranets. This often results in Intranet projects either taking additional time while content is completed, or descoping of content to allow the launch date to be reached. Once live, it can also be challenging to develop additional content, especially when authors have a … Continue reading Create Intranet Content Fast with ChatGPT
I recently listened to Hassan Osman’s Podcast episode about ChatGPT and how it can help improve productivity for nonfiction writers. This caught my interest for a couple of reasons, firstly I write a lot. I blog, wrote a book, write reports, document recommendations, etc. You name it, I’ve had a go at writing it. I’m not a natural writer, often spending far to much time … Continue reading Top Tips for SharePoint Document Management
If you are a Microsoft 365 E5 subscriber, then you will have Microsoft Purview Records Management features available to you. Records Management allows you to effectively manage the lifecycle of document content in your tenant. This can be important for compliance reasons, but you may also have business needs that records management can address. In this video, I demonstrate how to create a new File … Continue reading Microsoft 365 Records Management
33 years ago today, I started my career in IT. A year earlier I had moved to a new high school and had struggled to find my place. My parents said to me that if I choose to leave school, I needed to find something to study. I applied for a Certificate in Business Computing at the Manawatu Polytechnic, where I started learning. A few … Continue reading 33 Years since my first IT job
Last week I attend the Canterbury Tech Summit, a conference run by the organisation to represents our local tech industry. One presentation stood out to me, it was about navigating you way though the various communities and cultures we belong to. I’m a Kiwi and my ancestors are Swedish with a bit of English, Scottish and Prussian mixed in to make me interesting! I am … Continue reading Mixing Tribes
Naming conventions are an important part of your toolkit when it comes to keeping Microsoft 365 manageable. Consistent naming has many benefits from helping Outlook users find the right distribution group, to helping administrators apply the right policy to the correct set of SharePoint sites, and beyond. Incomplete list of things where naming conventions are useful: When choosing a naming convention, think about how items … Continue reading Microsoft 365 Naming Conventions