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.
What has AxioWorks been up to?
Our software team has been working on the release of a new feature scheduled for mid December – as always, if there is any feature that would be particularly beneficial to you, feel free to reach out to our technical team. We are always open to hearing suggestions on improving our product.
We are holding a webinar on “Limitless live access to SharePoint lists and libraries from Power BI, SSRS, or direct SQL Server queries.” on 16th December 2021 and we would love for you to tune in. If you would like to take part or collaborate, please don’t hesitate to let us know. To register your attendance please visit the event registration page.
AxioWorks will be visiting this year’s SharePoint conference in Las Vegas between 7-9 December. We look forward to meeting everyone there. If you are attending and would like to set up a meeting, please feel free to email us.
We have just launched our review page on Capterra and your thoughts would be extremely valuable. The review takes only a couple of minutes and we would appreciate it if you took the time to register yours here – and you could even win a $20 gift card!
Focus blog entry: What went down at MS Ignite 2021: Power BI Edition
When we talk about the biggest annual tech conferences of the year, Microsoft Ignite comes to mind where not only we get a view of all their product road maps but it is also jam packed with some great features for every product and this year was no different. This blog is the first in the series of blogs covering the most interesting features introduced for each Power Platform component in Ms Ignite starting off with Power BI.
Read all about it in this month’s article: What went down at MS Ignite 2021: Power BI Edition.
SQList feature of the month: Filtering and Searching SQList Manager Message Logs
Sometimes looking for replication specific messages in SQList Manager service monitor can be cumbersome since it contains a lot of information about all the replications. At the top of the log viewer you can find a filter (on the left) and a keyword search (on the right) which provides an intuitive was to find specific log messages specially when multiple replications are running simultaneously.
If you want to know more about this feature, check out this video: Filtering and Searching the AxioWorks SQList Logs
Here is a small selection of interesting articles from the net.
The SharePoint Conference is evolving into The Microsoft 365 Collaboration Conference!
The Microsoft 365 Collaboration Conference welcomes you back to the community, the learning, and the celebration. Come to Las Vegas for the largest, in-person gathering of the Microsoft community in the world. Building on the foundation of The SharePoint Conference, the Microsoft 365 Collaboration Conference embraces Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Power Platform, and Microsoft Viva. You’ll meet peers from around the world to share knowledge and experience, and you’ll be guided by dozens of Microsoft product team members and industry experts as you learn what you need to create the inclusive, hybrid workplace of the future.
How many document libraries shall I have in a SharePoint Site?
The decision on how many document libraries you shall have will impact the usability and performance of your site. By default, each new SharePoint site has just one document library intended for document management. So before you migrate all your files and folders from file shares, you have to decide on whether to have just this one library or create additional ones. Several factors might swing your decision one way or another. I summarize my thoughts below.
How to share securely with Anyone link in SharePoint Online
External sharing is one of the trends of modern collaboration â€“ we constantly need to share content with clients, vendors, partners, contractors, etc. The prevalent way to do so is via external sharing of files and folders I documented previously. However, there is another way to share the same information externally, via the Anyone link in SharePoint Online, and that is what I would like to explain to you in this post.
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