Sharepoint site usage summary not updating penn dating blake
For once, I hope this is a blog post which dates very quickly – certainly I have had to add bits of info as I’ve been writing it, and I’ll come back again and update the table below as things get announced/released.Going back to that ‘transitional period’ - this is especially the case for organizations with collaboration workloads, where there’s a need to create some kind of site template for team sites.Although the term "management" implies that information is controlled from the top of the organization, an effective document management system should reflect the culture of the organization that uses it.The tools that you use for document management should be flexible enough to enable you to tightly control a document's life cycle, if that fits your enterprise's culture and goals, but also to let you implement a more loosely structured system, if that better suits your enterprise.This is still very common for our clients, even if it’s just a need to provide a different home page experience or add some lists/libraries/content types/global admins to the site.After all, I think that *whatever* Microsoft provide as the default experience, many orgs benefit from some lightweight changes to this – and so site templating continues to be important in Share Point. Certainly when I consider my wish list, many items relate to “doing team sites at scale” in Share Point – so perhaps let’s think about that first.
Summary: Learn about the elements of a document management solution and the document management planning process in Share Point 2013.
It’s coming I know (see info in my table below), but there’s no harm in nudging people along the way ;) Here’s an extract from a Power Point slide I recently to discuss my current list of “asks” to Microsoft: Let me expand on those in a bit more detail: Modern pages in team sites are great for editing and display, but currently not so good when it comes to some types of content and tagging.
Missing controls include the ones I’ve listed (difficult to have a “Page contact” or “Site owner” for example), but the tagging/metadata support is lacking too due to the (lack of) fields on the Site Page content type.
Clearly we’re in a transitional period in Office 365 at the time of writing (June 2017), where modern Share Point experiences are available - modern sites and pages for example - but not everything is fully joined-up yet.
That said, it’s a fast-moving landscape and part of the consultant’s role is to keep up with the best way to deliver solutions.