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Many of us are like squirrels. We collect and store more content than we can/should consume. After some time the content of our Office 365 Tenant becomes a "Content Flea Market". One of the challenges with a flea market is that it is difficult to get an overview of what is valuable and what is … Continue reading Using policies in Office 365 in order to retain and/or delete content
Are you one of the "chosen ones" with responsibility to keep track of changes in one or more services in Office 365? Congratulations, then your job has just become a little easier. With the new "Microsoft 365 Roadmap" it is now much easier to create filtered views that show the updates that are relevant to … Continue reading Simplify your work by using filtered views in the new Microsoft 365 Roadmap to focus on the updates of your core area
It is September 2018. Every morning, I dedicate 15 minutes to update me on Office 365 Roadmap. Today i find that 67 updates are currently being rolled out and 234 that are in development. My thoughts go away (once again) to all companies "out there" and the crew and individuals who have some form of … Continue reading The unwanted effects of postponing things to tomorrow
Have you thought of how easy it is to combine the strengths of Microsoft Forms and Microsoft Teams when you need to analyze and document the services you use in Microsoft 365? If not then you should read my new article on Microsoft Tech Community: Combine Microsoft Forms and Microsoft Teams to analyze and document governance
Content types with office templates in modern libraries in SharePoint Online. Over the years, many of us have used content types to structure and keep track of the documents we work with in document libraries. We have often linked official templates to these content types, sometimes locally in the respective document libraries and sometimes in … Continue reading Great news for those who work with document management solutions in modern libraries in Sharepoint Online
Do you think that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is far in the future, and that it does not apply to you? Imagine technology that: can recognize objects. can recognize faces and facial expressions / feelings can create auto captions in video. can decide where images were taken. can extract text, keywords in pictures … Continue reading Good morning, your future is already here!