Reading Time: 4 minutes. Alerts. That magnificent functionality in SharePoint, that let’s you get a heads-up anytime someone touches your precious documents (so you can go and revert the changes), or changes files in Style Library (so you can go and remove that pink custom CSS they tried to add). They are ancient, quite cumbersome and CERTAINLY not pretty, but quite reliable (and despite my expectations – they were included in Modern SharePoint, too!), so there’s really no reason to still keep using them. However, every now and then, they’re quite hidden from the GUI. This post describes how to access them on pretty […]
Reading Time: 6 minutes. I won a hackathon! They had fun topics, it was a cool challenge, a well organized event, and had cool prizes. Since this is the first hackathon I ever took part in, I thought I’d post something about my experience and the solution(s) I figured out. Posts Related to “Hackathon win: Resolving Managed Metadata Madness”:SharePoint-Teams -integration using a tabA cautionary tale of relying on the automatic backups in SharePoint OnlineSharePoint Localization – a (somewhat) comprehensive how-to!