Welcome to another exciting issue of our monthly Newsletter!
Each month, we try our best to bring to you content that is relevant and beneficial for you. So, if you would like us to cover any specific SQList feature or if you want to learn more about any SharePoint feature then please do let us know.
From this month, we will do the SQList feature of the month in the form of Vlog (video blog).
What has AxioWorks been up to?
It has been another month full of excitement here @AxioWorks as we launched our new and improved website featuring well-structured content, user-friendly navigation, and a stylish dark theme.
Please check it out and let us know what you think: https://www.axioworks.com
Further more, the wait is finally over and we are pleased to inform you that our most anticipated and feature-rich version SQList version 7 has been released!
Our engineering team have worked extremely hard to include some of the most popular user voice features including:
- Column selection: to select and rename columns to export at individual list level;
- Dashboard monitor: see live progress of all lists being replicated;
- Enhanced multithreading: faster replications across multiple databases;
- and some more…
Read all the details about the new version in our blog article: New version of AxioWorks SQList released (188.8.131.52)
Focus blog entry: Form Configuration Editor, Built-in SharePoint List Form editor
One of the best features of SharePoint Lists is the out-of-the-box data entry forms. However, most of the time you will need to customize the forms in order to make them more user-friendly for business users. The only way to customize List forms was by using PowerApps but now Microsoft has introduced a new way to do some quick customizations by using Form configuration editor.
Read all about it in this month’s article: Form Configuration Editor, A Lightweight and Built-in SharePoint List Form editor.
SQList feature of the month: Re-sync replicated SQL tables from SharePoint Lists
Sometimes, we need to resynchronize a specific replicated SQL table to the linked SharePoint list. This can be caused by SQL table being accidentally deleted, data getting corrupted, or most commonly list schema or data being updated. This feature can be accessed from the replications section in SQList and it has three different options for resynchronization including:
- Resynchronise existing rows which has been modified in the SharePoint List;
- Resynchronise all rows;
- Drop and recreated a table from scratch.
If you want to know more details about this feature, check out the video blog explaining how it works: Resynchronise SQL tables from SharePoint Lists
Here is a small selection of interesting articles from the net.
Two ways to manage row-level security in a SharePoint list
In this article, you will find out how to maintain row-level security in a SharePoint list using row-level security and folder-level security.
Microsoft Lists – Create a List from Excel
In this tutorial, Step by step we will discuss how to create an excel file and then we will see how we can use the excel file to create a list in Microsoft lists.
5 ways to invite external users to a SharePoint site
Guest access in SharePoint and the ability to collaborate on documents with external users is one of SharePoint’s primary advantages. There are multiple ways to invite external users to the SharePoint site, though. In this article, author will show different options available for inviting external users.
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