Month: February 2016

Buyer beware: version history

Buyer beware: version history

Version history is an incredible set of functions that eliminates risk and makes your life so much easier when you find yourself in one of those “whoops” situations.  …Read more

SharePoint conferences in 2016

SharePoint conferences in 2016

Note: The list of SharePoint-related conferences occurring in 2017 is available here.   I pinged the Twitter-verse earlier this week to find out whether there is a central listing…Read more

Version history’s biggest upgrade

Version history’s biggest upgrade

Version history—arguably one of SharePoint’s best features—has been around since at least SharePoint 2007, though the difference between SharePoint 2007 and 2013 is huge based on the way the…Read more

Tags and Notes hit the chopping block

Tags and Notes hit the chopping block

Microsoft indicated in a TechNet article and later tweet (below) that Tags and Notes—among other things—are no longer part of SharePoint starting with SP2016.   What’s deprecated or removed from…Read more

Version history isn’t track changes

Version history isn’t track changes

Just so there’s no confusion, version history—one of the most powerful tools that comes with SharePoint—works in a very specific way. Namely, it records a new edition of your file…Read more