For a client, we’re currently migrating a lot of their existing on-premises SharePoint 2007 and 2010 solutions to Office 365. All of these are customized (the easy work has been done already), so that sort of guarantees running into stuff that is not Office 365 – ready. One category of items are InfoPath forms and
In my previous O365 post, I showed how you can make use of jQuery and jQuery UI to make a search refiner filter template that supports autocomplete on the “other” textbox shown in a multivalued dropdown. With that idea in mind, I imagined it would be pretty easy to use the same concept to create
For a customer project I’m on we’re making use of search to surface pages stored in SharePoint Online. On a predefined search results page, refiners make it easier for users to get to the page they are searching for. Refiners are linked to managed search properties and those are linked to crawled properties. In this
If you’re aware of Managed Metadata Navigation, you might also know the hyperlink within the navigation settings which allows you to edit the sites’ navigation termset. Now first thing you should know is that that link is often broken out of the box. When you click it, you *should* only get the navigation termset and nothing
These days, provisioning is quite a hot topic in the land of Office 365 and SharePoint. So let’s start with a simple question: what exactly is provisioning? I don’t have a clean cut definition for you, but my personal view would be something like: “Provisioning for SharePoint is the process of deploying solution components in
Ok, I agree I’m late to the party introducing the [O365] tag in the title of this post. And I’ve got quite some blogposts already which also apply to Office 365. But to emphasize there is little difference in using CSOM either on premises or online, I thought this would be a good time to switch.