Tag: Microsoft SharePoint

Calculated Columns In SharePoint | An Overview

In this blog, we’re going to discuss calculated columns in SharePoint. It’s a great feature that you can add to your SharePoint lists. You don’t need to do manual calculations because it can do that for you. One of the main advantages of using calculated columns is that the data you need can be set

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SharePoint Site Collections | An Introduction

In this blog, we’ll discuss SharePoint site collections and understand how they work. SharePoint Site is like a website that contains different SharePoint Web Parts like Document Library, Calendar, Task List, and many more. It can have one or more pages to display content. Site collections are simply groups of multiple sites. The most common

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SharePoint List Item: Editing Single And Multiple Items

SharePoint List Item Editing Single And Multiple Items

In this blog, we’ll learn how to edit SharePoint list items. We’ll discuss how we’ll be able to change some information without uploading a new list. One of the major advantages of learning how to edit a SharePoint List item is that you’d be able to change the information you got from the data input

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SharePoint Home Page Overview And Creation

SharePoint Home Page Overview and Creation

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to create a SharePoint home page. A homepage is the default page that the site loads when you type in a website address. In SharePoint, the homepage is just a compilation of different web parts. In this example, we have a news web part, an activity web part, a

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Wiki Page In SharePoint | What You Need To Know

What You Need To Know Wiki Page In SharePoint

SharePoint offers different types of pages to users. It’s essential to know how and when you might need to use a particular page type. In this blog, we’ll discuss the Wiki page in SharePoint and how we can create one. Similar to Wikipedia, a wiki is designed for a group of users to quickly store,

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