Our web part that supports a ToC style list on the right-hand side of the page. The Table of Contents Web part offers an easy way to manage the headings on a SharePoint modern page with simple styling options available.
Have you ever wanted to build an FAQ-style page in SharePoint Online where the heading section supports collapse/expand? Accordions are typically used on longer pages where readers benefit by shortening the pages with sections that are expandable / collapsible at the heading. This reduces the scrolling and condenses the content by topic or heading, allowing the reader to quickly scan for the content of interest and expand the section to reveal the content.
SharePoint sites around the world are filled with libraries of old InfoPath forms, their related tasks and workflow history. How should organisations archive these forms to ensure the others can access and render these forms once InfoPath is finally gone? This problem is not being addressed and records (archive) managers need to assess their options. [...]
Believe it or not, we started writing this web parts before the Microsoft Code Snippet modern web part came out. Other priorities at the time meant the development was temporarily shelved. Last week we decided to finish our web part; we used it as a training tool to assist some of our junior staff [...]
If you are reading this hoping to find a silver bullet to transitioning or migrate your InfoPath forms to modern SharePoint, apologies but there is no silver bullet. However, the question of how to address legacy forms and their associated data is one that is covered in this article. If you are moving or have [...]
Modern is exploding!
Save as a draft modern page
Modernizer Report screen
Migrating your classic SharePoint Online sites to modern sites has been termed “Site Modernization”, and is now occurring at a rapid pace. If you enable the modern experience for a classic site, Microsoft enables these components for you: List and library pages (most, not all) Site contents page Site usage page Recycle Bin pages [...]
Did you know that you could publish to Sway using Word in the same way we publish to SharePoint using Live Publish? Live Publish has supported this for SharePoint for 3+ years. I am thrilled that the Sway team has taken the same approach and has a Word add-in. This supports our view that [...]