Tag: Sharepoint lists

The SharePoint Automate Feature | An Introduction

The SharePoint Automate Feature - An Introduction - Enterprise DNA

In this tutorial, we’ll discuss how we can use the Microsoft SharePoint automate feature to create workflows. The “automate” feature in SharePoint can help you in micromanaging SharePoint users, libraries, lists, and workflows. Before we proceed directly to our main topic, let’s first discuss workflows. This way you’ll be able to clearly understand how the

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Adding SharePoint List Navigation

Adding SharePoint List Navigation - Enterprise DNA

In this blog, we’ll discuss how to create a navigation link for your SharePoint list. We’ll also guide you on how to make two navigation links. The major advantage when you create a SharePoint list navigation is efficient accessibility and easier navigation. You can easily go to a list directly without clicking more items just

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Export SharePoint Lists To Excel Or CSV File

Export SharePoint Lists To Excel Or CSV File - Enterprise DNA

In this blog, we’ll discuss how to export SharePoint lists in two ways: exporting to an Excel file and a CSV file. It is an efficient way to send the list or data to another person outside your organization. Learning the difference between exporting to Excel or CSV file will help you decide which export

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SharePoint List Alerts Setup

Sharepoint List Alerts Setup - Enterprise DNA

In this blog, we’ll discuss the process of setting up your SharePoint list alerts for individual items and for the list itself. Alerts are simple yet powerful features that you can utilize. If you have data that you want to monitor, you don’t need to constantly check if there were any changes because you’ll receive

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SharePoint List Formatting Walkthrough

SharePoint List Formatting Walkthrough - Enterprise DNA

In this blog, we’ll discuss how to add rules for your SharePoint list view. We’ll also learn how to make choice pills via SharePoint list formatting which will make your list more efficient and appealing for its aesthetics. It might sound complex since we are going to use conditionals, but SharePoint made list formatting easier

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