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Robert Schouten

Office 365, Azure, SharePoint and beyond

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 →

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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 →

Update file metadata with REST API using ValidateUpdateListItem method

Lately I was working on some contributions for the Office 365 CLI, specifically on adding files and meta data. When you look at the different documentation available on uploading files and setting meta data on a list item, you come... Continue Reading →

Contributing to Office 365 CLI project

Lately I have been contributing to the Office 365 CLI project on GitHub. The Office 365 CLI allows you to manage different settings of your Microsoft Office 365 tenant on any platform. CLI stands for a command-line interface or command language... Continue Reading →

Crop images in Modern pages

This week some new updates were announced on SharePoint Modern page and image editing capabilities. One of the new capabilities is to crop images on your Modern pages within the Image Web part. Classic image renditions When people speak about... Continue Reading →

SharePoint Online Site designs and Site scripts

This week—Microsoft started rolling out a new feature called Site designs and Site scripts to its Office 365 customers. With Site designs and Site scripts—SharePoint admins can create and upload custom site templates and users can use these during the... Continue Reading →

Modern SharePoint Sites—navigation options

With the introduction of Modern Team Sites, Communication Sites and the possibility to add Modern Pages to the 'old' Classic sites within Office 365—Microsoft started a whole new concept of EnterPrice Content Management (ECM). Sites look gorgeous and are responsive... Continue Reading →

Microsoft To-Do—almost out of preview

Microsoft To-Do is a simple and intelligent to-do list app that empowers users to keep track of and focus on the things they need to get done. With apps for Android, iOS, Windows Universal, and the Web, Microsoft To-Do is also on every device you are— syncing... Continue Reading →

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