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If your organization uses SharePoint, there’s at least a few Calendar apps devoted to meetings. It’s the best, most versatile way to display and keep track of meetings—both future and past—for a group. If you’ve ever used OneNote (combined with Outlook) to generate meeting notes, you know how superior it is to anything else for…

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I’m not changing the URL or anything. I was just going through previous posts to find inspiration for something to blog about. It dawned on me that, as always, I need to post more often and that a lot of this content might feel pretty out of date for anyone using Office 365. For so…

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I’m relatively new to SharePoint, compared to most. Also, I came up to the development level from the Power User end, not the IT professional end. Luckily, I found some great mentors who unlocked its mysteries and then introduced me to the greater community of experts and enthusiasts behind this stuff. SharePoint User Groups (aka…

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A long while back I typed up a post about test environments. For the same reasons, I need to explain how you can help prevent giving yourself and your users some headaches. Another contractor working SharePoint—I’d rather not call him a SharePoint developer even though it is his title—with a client has a production version…