SharePoint Nirvana | All posts tagged 'End-User'

Harmon.ie: SharePoint Outlook integration

by JamieMcAllister 3. December 2013 06:02
Today I'm reviewing harmon.ie for Outlook at the behest of Harmon.ie .This is a tool I use daily at work and train other users on, so let the write-up begin! :) [More]

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InfoPath Ribbon Hiding Alternatives

by JamieMcAllister 20. June 2013 20:57
There are two options to hide the ribbon on InfoPath List Forms. One easy, one a little complicated, but there's a good reason to choose the complicated one (if you need it!). [More]

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No Code Solutions for Power Users Webinar is now on YouTube

by JamieMcAllister 17. November 2012 19:37
No Code Solutions for Power Users is now on YouTube [More]

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End User | Sharepoint | sharepoint 2010 | SharePoint Designer | video | Webinar

SharePoint and Infopath 2010 - Conditionally Hide Form Fields

by JamieMcAllister 12. June 2012 16:18
The Customize Form [in Infopath] button in SharePoint 2010 is a little bit of magic that makes your working life a whole lot easier. Here I explain how you can use Infopath to conditionally hide your new item form fields depending on the other field values. As an introduction to changing your SharePoint forms with Infopath - this is a good way to start. [More]

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End User | Infopath | sharepoint 2010

Replace Task List Status Column with Icons in SharePoint 2010

by JamieMcAllister 1. May 2012 13:44
It's possible to change the appearance of lists in a big way using SharePoint Designer 2010. In two minutes flat you can for example have a Task List showing Graphical Icons instead of Status text, as I demonstrate here. [More]

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End User | sharepoint 2010 | SharePoint Designer | XSLT List View

User Alerts and Views to Send Selective Emails

by JamieMcAllister 23. April 2012 15:26
SharePoint Alerts can be set on specific List Views. Using this feature, we can easily create a no-code solution to selectively email different users based on our own criteria. In this article we use the example of a Training Request List to show how it's done. [More]

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End User | Sharepoint | sharepoint 2010

Basic Content Management Skills Every User Should Have

by JamieMcAllister 18. April 2012 13:25
There are certain basic concepts when managing content in SharePoint that I find many users dont have. These are the real basic and essential skills and concepts that you can learn in a short time to get ahead as a user of SharePoint. Detailed here. [More]

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CMS | End User | Sharepoint | sharepoint 2010 | WCM | Document Management

Optimise Sharepoint Content for Search - End User Guidance

by JamieMcAllister 3. December 2009 20:44
Sharepoint Search is very powerful, however it can be even more effective if a few simple rules are followed when creating content. Some guidance I produced for an end user is detailed here. [More]

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Sharepoint | Search | End User

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