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Robert Schouten

Office 365, Azure, SharePoint and beyond

Create Microsoft Teams: for everyone, or not?

Microsoft Teams is the 'hub' for team collaboration within your organisation. There is some good documentation and guidance on how to get started with Microsoft Teams. It's a good thing to start small and especially within enterprise organisations to start... Continue Reading →

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Microsoft Teams extensibility using SPFx

With version 1.7 of the SharePoint Framework (SPFx), Microsoft introduced the possibility to create Tabs in Microsoft Teams using the SharePoint Framework. This means already made investments in SharePoint web parts using SPFx, can now be ported to teams. One... Continue Reading →

SharePoint Online tenant-level classic mode is passing away – be aware

This week Microsoft posted a blog called 'Delivering SharePoint modern experiences'. The title itself may not ring a bell directly and big chance you missed the interesting announcement made in this blog: We’re making it easier for users to get... Continue Reading →

New page header layouts in SharePoint Modern pages

Office 365 tenants set to Targeted release should now have the newly announced page header layouts available. This means there are new possibilities to show off your pages and create different layouts to inform your users. In this blog post... Continue Reading →

Shifts in Microsoft Teams announced at Ignite

At Ignite (September 24th- 28th 2018) Microsoft announced a lot of new capabilities within Microsoft Teams, making it even a more powerful hub for teamwork. One of the biggest announcement was in my opinion, the announcement of Shifts within Teams.... Continue Reading →

SharePoint (PnP) starter kit: people directory contribution

In my last blog post around the SharePoint (PnP) starter kit, I wrote about a search issue within this web part. I also wrote I advanced the initial people directory web part in order to display more information about a... Continue Reading →

PnP Starter kit: People directory search issue

Lately I was working on a client intranet project. The client wanted a People directory and a possibility to search for people. During some refinement sessions, the demand to show some custom user profile properties in the people directory came... Continue Reading →

PnP starter kit: optimisation considerations

As posted in my previous blog post, I have been playing around with the PnP starter kit. For a client I wanted to use some of the web parts and extensions as a basis. I particularly mention basis, because the... Continue Reading →

PnP starter kit: my experiences

This week the PnP team announced a new starter kit at the SharePoint Conference North America 2018. I was very excited about this and started right away with trying it out. The PnP starter kit can be found here. Despite the... Continue Reading →

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