All posts by Thy Nhat

Cascading field in SharePoint

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My friends, who also work in SharePoint area, have a lot of requests to accumulate of experience and sometime apply to reality scenarios. That would be fine for me to review the coding skill somehow. By the way, in this article, I can only support three methods to have a cascading field in SharePoint with easiest deploying, understanding and configuring to run its functioning.

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SharePoint mobile App for iOS iPhone, iPad

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After releasing of a series of Office apps for iOS such as Office365 Administration, PowerBI, Delve, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneDrive,…, As announced at the “Future of SharePoint” event on May 4th from Microsoft about they are working on the new SharePoint mobile app. On 21-Jun-2016, Office365 administrators got a official inform message about SharePoint mobile App for iOS release. With this app, Now you can untether and take your intranet with you in your pocket. Stay connected to important content, sites, portals and people from across your intranet while on the go. In the mean time, Microsoft is also working on Android and Windows Universal versions, which we expect to release before the end of this year. Below is some quick review about this product.

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New UX for SharePoint Online Document Library

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Office 365 users can now get started on the OneDrive experience on SharePoint Document Libraries.. This functionality was  launched into Office 365 libraries last week. The new menus for document are really what users have been seeing for years in their OneDrive and drives uniformity on SharePoint 2016. This new UI has been tested on OneDrive for Business and allows us to get a glimpse of the future plan for SharePoint.

Right now this function is optional to all business subscription, the new document library is actually turned offon  almost every sites automatically. Users can chose to utilize it in their respective groups then decide to revert it back or not after testing it it out. The new Office 365 menu sneak peek is available by clicking the “Check it out” button. Users can press the x to close it or check it out.

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