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First of all, thank you to all of our current subscribers! We hope you will find this content interesting, We are new at this and very excited about it.
Our plan is to make it a monthly issue and include updates about our company and products, interesting and relevant articles, and anything else we think you may find interesting like – in this issue – the winner of the Logitech C930-E Business Webcam prize draw!
So, let’s start. What has AxioWorks been up to?
We have just released a new update for SQList 6 (version 184.108.40.206). It had been a while since we released the last update, it was back in April 2020 and a lot has happened since! This new release includes two very important additions:
- we changed the way SQList handles SharePoint Online throttling;
- we added a filter to the event log.
Check out our blog article New version of AxioWorks SQList released (220.127.116.11) for all the details. So that you know, we are already working on the next release, it is our intention to release updates more frequently now. There are endless improvements that can be made to SQList 6.
We are also expanding our sale network and looking for sales agents and resellers. If you are interested in adding SQList to your product portfolio or integrate it with your current solution, please check this opportunity’s details here: Grow with Us : An Opportunity to Work with AxioWorks.
We also started this newsletter! So that you know, at the end you will find a couple of feedback links; please use them to let us know what you think about it, we would really appreciate that.
Focus blog entry: Generate Power BI Charts from live MS Lists data
Every month we will nominate the “Focus blog entry”: an article chosen from our blog that we’d like to bring to your attention. This month’s choice is Generate Power BI Charts from live MS Lists data.
Check it out, we use Microsoft Lists to create an issue tracking solution using an out of the box template and SQList to synchronise data from Microsoft Lists into SQL Server tables. Finally, we use Power BI to generate charts on live data from the issue tracking lists connecting the the SQL tables, hence avoiding all the limitations and poor performance that a direct connection to the SharePoint lists would bring.
SQList feature of the month: Export attachments
Did you know that you can use SQList to export attachments from SharePoint lists and libraries? Watch this short video on how to Export SharePoint Attachments to SQL Server; you can export the list of attachments as well as download the actual document and store it as a BLOB in the table.
How to personalize SharePoint for users
Quite a common request among many organizations using SharePoint is the ability to personalize SharePoint for users/employees. In other words – surface up content on a SharePoint Site/Page based on the user logged in. In this article, I would like to explain all the available options available up to date.
Home Site vs. SharePoint Start Page vs. Hub Site vs. Root Site
With all the new terminology and new features Microsoft releasing in SharePoint Online, it is quite easy to get lost and confused. Don’t worry, that’s why I am here to help you with your SharePoint journey. Today, I want to explain a difference between a few pieces of terminology that users find most confusing: Home Site, SharePoint Start Page, Hub Site, and the Root Site. They all mean totally different things, so let me break it down for you.
How to combine Filtered and Keyword search in a SharePoint Document Library
In case you are using metadata in place of folders in your document library – Mazel Tov! This means you have additional means to sort, group, and filter your documents. But what if you want to filter by metadata while also searching by a keyword? You know, just like on Amazon.com® – you type some keywords into the search box and then filter the results by specific criteria. Today I want to explain how you can combine filtered and keyword search in a SharePoint Document Library.
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