If you're used to SharePoint, and the display form on lists, you may be thinking you can use that on your SharePoint Online Public Sites as well. Sadly, by default your anonymous users cannot access the display form of a list item. Instead, SharePoint Online prompts the user to login. Annoying? Yes. It is due to... Continue Reading →
I had the pleasure of helping out Veronique via SPYam. It's a great use case for the promoted links list!
I am very pleased to share that I will be presenting at this month's Boston Office 365 user group, on August 21st. I will be sharing about using SharePoint Online public website, which you get with your Office 365 tenant, to host your web site. We'll cover some techie stuff but I will mostly cover... Continue Reading →