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Author Archives: Sarah Haase
When I started working with SharePoint in 2003, I used multi-word names for everything–my sites, my libraries and lists, even my column names. It didn’t take me long to realize that spaces wreak havoc on my URLs. Since each space in my name … Continue reading
Sooner or later, all SharePoint enthusiasts encounter the scariest of creatures…the intelligent, the opinionated and the immoveable naysayer. These naysayers exist at all levels of the organization and persist in deriding SharePoint without provocation or apology. SharePoint enthusiasts fear naysayers for several reasons. … Continue reading
If you’re a SharePoint governance pro, you have to check out Axceler’s new Golden Lifeguard Award. The award “honors an individual or a team that has conceived, developed and defined best practices around governance that resulted in a notable increase in security … Continue reading
Last week I had a whirlwind trip to Chicago for SharePoint Fest Chicago 2012. This was my first time attending a SharePoint Fest event, but I really enjoyed its blend of business and technical sessions. I was also impressed with the attendance–the sold-out event had … Continue reading
This is a common request, particularly if your site has quite a few lists. Rather than bogging your users down with navigating into (and out of) each list, you may want to give your customers a quick and easy way … Continue reading
I’m thrilled to be heading to Chicago in September to speak at SharePoint Fest. David Wilhelm and the rest of the leadership team have put together a packed schedule, with 75+ sessions in 10 different tracks. Come to the event to attend sessions on: … Continue reading
And it begins again! Yesterday we kicked off preparations for our Fall iteration of SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities, to be held on Saturday, November 3rd, 2012 at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, MN. As you probably know, SharePoint Saturdays are free educational … Continue reading
I am a librarian, NOT a developer. But today I built a very cool formula that examines list metadata fields and dynamically applies formulas to calculate project milestone completion dates. Here’s my business scenario: I have a SharePoint list that is … Continue reading
SharePoint enthusiasts are a nimble bunch. Used to dodging the “no good functionality” barbs and the “Governance? Why should we bother?” mantras, we don’t let the negativity get us down. At least, most of the time we don’t…