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  • End of Internet Explorer 11 Support in Microsoft 365

    End of Internet Explorer 11 Support in Microsoft 365

    Microsoft has announced today that the end of Internet Explorer 11 support in Microsoft 365 will happen soon. Your organization needs to prepare now for this change. End of Internet Explorer 11 Support and sunset of Microsoft Edge Legacy As announced August 17th, 2020, the end of support within Microsoft 365 apps will be happening over the course of the next year. However, the first service to stop supporting Internet Explorer 11 (IE 11) is Microsoft Teams on November 30th, 2020. If your users are utilizing Teams using IE 11, they need to either switch to Microsoft Edge, another supported browser, or use Teams using the Windows application. Starting August…

  • SharePoint Workflow is Dead

    SharePoint Workflows are Dead (Almost)

    The end of support for “SharePoint 2010 workflows” in Microsoft 365 will be November 1st, 2020. The title of the blog post, Support update for SharePoint 2010 workflows in Microsoft 365, doesn't make it clear, but we are seeing the beginning of the end for SharePoint workflows in SharePoint Online. This is truly the end of SharePoint workflow. End of SharePoint Workflow It isn't a surprise that Microsoft is moving to not support native workflows in SharePoint. At Microsoft's Ignite conference in 2016, Microsoft announced that support for SharePoint Designer workflows (and InfoPath forms) in SharePoint Server (on-premises) would in time not be supported. The end of support date was…

  • OneDrive Storage Quota Metrics Office 365

    How to Increase Your OneDrive Storage Limit

    As your user's storage needs grow, they may find themselves needing more than the default storage allotment. Via the OneDrive Admin Center, Microsoft provides a way to increase the storage quota for your Office 365 tenant. However this change does not apply to existing users in your Office 365 tenant. So you may be asking: how do I increase my storage limit on OneDrive in Office 365? Read on! How do I check my OneDrive quota? In the video below, I show how a user can check their storage quota, as well as how you can check your Office 365 tenant quota. What is the capacity of OneDrive? Office 365's…

  • Using your on-prem data in a cloud world SQLSatATLBI 2019

    Back to the ATL 2019

    I hope you will join me in Atlanta Georgia on October 19th for SQL Saturday Atlanta - BI Edition!

  • Microsoft Teams secondary ringer #110 – 365 Message Center Show

    In this weeks installment of #Microsoft365 messages: – Microsoft Teams secondary ringer – SharePoint Online Site Swap for orgs with less than 10,000 – Manage sharing requests from SharePoint site panel – Exchange Online improvements to accelerate replication of changes to Azure Active Directory – Teams channel moderation setting when posting a message – Community hashtags for observed change: #M365Change and #M365Alert Join Daniel Glenn and Darrell Webster as they cover the latest messages in the #Microsoft365 Message Center. Select a podcast app below to open our podcast on your favorite device! Alternatively manually add our podcast via your favorite app: https://www.messagecentershow.com/feed.xml More app options on our website: https://MessageCenter.show        

  • SharePoint Fest Seattle Discount Code

    SharePoint Fest Seattle 2019

    I hope you can join me at SharePoint Fest Seattle this August 19-23! I will be giving a workshop with Drew Madelung and four sessions – one of which will be with Vlad Catrinescu. Use the SharePoint Fest discount code Glenn100 to save $$ Tuesday First on Tuesday, I will be presenting a workshop in the afternoon with Drew Madelung entitled “Building an enterprise sharing strategy for collaboration success”. We will be covering how you can setup your organization for securely sharing, without sacrificing functionality. Attending this workshop will be a highlight of your SharePoint Fest Seattle week! Wednesday On Wednesday morning at 11:20 am, join me in the session…

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    SharePoint Fest Washington D.C. 2019

    Please join me at SharePoint Fest in Washington D.C. the first three days of May 2019. I will be giving three sessions, one of which will be with Vlad Catrinescu. Use the code Glenn100 to save $$ First up on Wednesday, I will be live at the Podcast Center doing the weekly 365 Message Center Show with Darrell Webster. We will be reviewing all the latest Microsoft 365 features rolling out. Join me live and ask questions! Also on Wednesday, I will be delivering my session Use Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, and Office 2019 to Keep Your Group in Sync. This session is all about working with others in Teams and…

  • SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities April 2019 SPSTC

    SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities April 2019

    I'm excited to announce that I am going back to the Twin Cities (Minneapolis and Saint Paul) to speak at SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities – the April 2019 edition. I will give two sessions at the event – the first being with my co-host of The Coffee Chat on 365 Adoption, Sarah Haase. We will be talking about how you can drive adoption of Microsoft Flow within your organization. We will show you how to use the functionality of Office 365 to empower your users. The second session will be with Drew Madelung and we will be talking about how to create a real-world sharing strategy for SharePoint, OneDrive &…

  • Attendees Creating a custom Microsoft Flow template gallery in SharePoint

    Creating a custom Microsoft Flow template gallery in SharePoint

    Microsoft Flow is the workflow tool in Office 365 to automate your tasks and business processes, whether your systems are on-premises, in Microsoft's cloud, or even if they are not part of Microsoft's catalog. Flow allows you to create templates to help you not recreate the wheel when you are creating your flows and you can even share those flows with others by exporting the templates. Earlier this year I had the opportunity to work with Sarah Haase (Office Apps & Services Microsoft MVP) on an interesting issue: how to share Microsoft Flow templates within an organization without uploading them to the public Flow template gallery. Sarah put together a blog series…

  • Set the default open behavior for browser enabled documents

    Set the default open behavior for browser enabled documents

    I was recently asked how to configure documents that are in a SharePoint document library to open in their native application on the client computer instead of the browser. This question came from a user in SharePoint Online, but the answer is the same for those using SharePoint Server 2013, 2016, and 2019. There is a feature at the site collection level and a setting on every document library that you use to decide how documents get opened. I searched for an official Microsoft document detailing how this can be accomplished, but I could only find a post from 2014 that said it was for Office Web Apps – a…