Note to self: next time you look for the default timezone in SharePoint, this is where the setting is.
When migrating from SharePoint on-premises to SharePoint Online/Office 365, you may find that some users have a checked-out file called `spcommon.png`. If you ask users about it, they’ll have no idea what you’re talking about.
As it turns out, this isn’t a bug. It is possible for users to check-out this file without knowing they did it.
This article describes some of the techniques and approaches I used to reverse engineer the out-of-the-box File Picker to create my own.
Today’s guest blogger, Hugo’s evil twin, will give you tips to make a migration project take as long as possible so that you can make as much money as possible while doing nothing.
I asked the SharePoint Developer Community what development tools they use on their workstations to develop SPFx solutions. They came through!
SharePoint Online’s maximum file URL path is 400 characters. Find out why you should plan your file migration to SharePoint so that the 400-character limit doesn’t cause issues.
The physical dimension is for authors, logical is for readers. Find how the metadata dimension helps your users accomplish their goals.
“One size fits all” doesn’t work for Information Architecture. Especially not in #SharePoint. You need to create an IA that suits all your users while being able to adapt to your changing business needs. Find out why your first instinct for an Information Architecture may not be the right one.
What if you could set your #SPFx web part’s default properties based on a user’s name, language, role, or preferences when they add your web part to a page? How about changing the default based on the SharePoint environment, current language, or current date and time?
Find out about a cool helper function that makes it easy to combine CSS classes dynamically — and it is built-in your SPFx solution already!
This is an easy one, but I keep Googling it. When you create an SPFx web part, the default Property Pane automatically submits changes to the web part. There is no “Apply” button. But sometimes you don’t want changes to the property pane fields to automatically apply. All you have to do is to add…
Learn how you can use the new SharePoint Hub sites with detailed step-by-step instructions
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