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Delivering a Consolidated Snapshot from Multiple SharePoint calendars

Delivering a Consolidated Snapshot from Multiple SharePoint calendars

Calendar-Based Information is a key foundation for Intranets Businesses need to share multiple types of date-based (calendar) information with their employees.  Most of us have at least three categories of dates we publish to our staff. Official Company Events, such as all-employee meetings, important HR paperwork deadlines, and social events. Notices and Alerts, to let…

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UserVoice Suggestion

Screen capture visuals for Forms web part formatting options UserVoice suggestions. UserVoice Suggestion Suggested changes to existing views Additional web part view that combines the collection & results into a single compact view and updates the results visual when someone submits their response.

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The perfect problem to solve

The perfect problem to solve

The business community needs help with understanding the labyrinth of Office 365 and SharePoint Intranets. Let’s take all the things I struggled with understanding over the past few years (as SharePoint transitioned), and package it up. Let’s create the resource I wish I had when I started the journey. Let’s help businesses bypass the BS…

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Re-capturing my Mojo

Re-capturing my Mojo

I’m passionate about helping people. I enjoy writing and speaking, and I’m pretty good at it. The SharePoint community is filled with my people. I love solving problems that are a mix of technical, creative and people.

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Stop doing what you hate

Stop doing what you hate

An opportunity to reflect on my life and come out with a new, improved, emotionally healthier me. What do I have great passion for? What can I accomplish that others can’t do as well? Who are my people? What work do I love to do?

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I lost my Mojo

I lost my Mojo

After many years in a high-stress, 24/7/365 job, I was empty. I had lost my mojo for a job that I had overflowing mojo for more than 30-years. I was dead behind the eyes, and needed a rest, but knew that I still had a lot to contribute.

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