Office 365: SharePoint vs Microsoft Teams – Understanding the Differences in o365

In the modern SharePoint workplace  – Microsoft Teams is a buzz word. Today we will learn what is Microsoft Teams and what are the difference between Microsoft Teams and SharePoint online. Microsoft Teams vs SharePoint Both Microsoft Teams and SharePoint are used for collaboration, however they are different two products in the Office 365 family

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Office 365: Add Channel in Microsoft Teams – o365

From my previous two articles 1. Getting started with Microsoft Teams in Office 365 and 2. How to create Teams in Microsoft Teams – Office 365 we have learned about what is Microsoft Teams and how to install and configure Microsoft Teams from Microsoft 365 admin center and how to create teams in Microsoft Teams.

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Create a Team in Microsoft Teams step by step process – Office 365

In this article we will learn how to create a Team in Microsoft Teams in step by process and what happens in SharePoint and in office 365 when we create a team. In my previous article Getting started with Microsoft Teams in Office 365 we have learned what is Microsoft Teams and how to install

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o365: Getting started with Microsoft Teams in Office 365

Introduction: Now a days the buzz words is Microsoft Teams – so today we will learn about what is Microsoft teams in office 365. As per “https://teams.microsoft.com/” site, the official definition of Microsoft Teams is as below: “Microsoft Teams is a hub for teamwork in Office 365. Keep all your team’s chats, meetings, files, and

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Manage Microsoft 365 admin center report dashboard: Add cards to your home page

Using Microsoft 365 or Office 365 admin center we can manage the cards in home of admin center. I mean we can add and delete the card in the dashboard which will help office 365 administrator to mange the tenant. Out of the box – list of cards are available in the Microsoft 365 admin

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Disable or enable attachments to list items in SharePoint Online

In this article we will learn that how we can disable or enable attachments to list items in SharePoint Online. By default attachments are enabled in SharePoint list. So while create a new item we get the “attach File” button in the ribbon. However, we can control the “Attach File” button, I mean we can

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How to enable Item Level Permissions in SharePoint list

In this post we will learn that how to enable item level permissions in SharePoint list. Go to the list setting page -> Click on Advanced Settings Item-Level Permissions: By default settings will be as below: Read all items Create and edit all items Change the above Item-Level Permissions settings as below: Read items that

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How to create folder in SharePoint Custom List?

As we know that we can create a folder in SharePoint document library – this is the traditional way of creating the folder in SharePoint but we can create a folder inside SharePoint list as well. I will show here how we can create a folder in SharePoint list. Navigate to list setting page ->

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PowerShell: How to pass multiple parameters into a function in PowerShell

In this post I will show how to pass multiple parameters into a function in PowerShell coding.  Addition of numbers function using PowerShell example: cls #The below sample function will accept numeric paramters and do the addtion. Function Add-Numbers() { param ( [Parameter(Mandatory=$true)] [int32] $FirstNumber, [Parameter(Mandatory=$true)] [int32] $SecondNumber, [Parameter(Mandatory=$false)][int32] $ThirdNumber ) Try { $resultNumber=$FirstNumber+$SecondNumber+$ThirdNumber; Write-host

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Exception or Error handling in PowerShell -Try/Catch/Finally Block Example

In this post I will show that how we can handle the exception in PowerShell coding using the try/catch/finally block and how we can write the error or exception message into the log file. Exception handling using try/catch/finally block PowerShell example: cls $fileName = “File_Uploading_Report” $enddate = (Get-Date).tostring(“yyyyMMddhhmmss”) $logFileName = $fileName +”_”+ $enddate+”_Log.txt” $invocation =

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