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Microsoft 365 & SharePoint PnP Weekly – Episode 80

In this weekly discussion of latest news and topics around Microsoft 365, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft), Waldek Mastykarz (Rencore), are joined by Katja Jokisalo – Information Architect, MVP at Sulava in Finland, who is helping to shape the last frontier for information architecture.

The group discusses positioning Teams and SharePoint with customers, the scope and necessity for information organization planning, authoritative content creation and governance, and the analogy of learning to drive and learning to code. Teams is a great place to collaborate and to generate a final document or five (authoritative content) that is then approved, tagged, published and found in SharePoint.  This week there was one new entrant on the M365 Non-developer Documentation page – thank you Henrik Yllemo (Ylltec Sweden AB), for your article on Working with Cascading Lists in SharePoint and Power Apps.  Note:  While Microsoft hosts these community articles, it does not own or endorse them.  However, community members do vet the articles that need to demonstrate a valid method for accomplishing a task for a given scenario.  Typically, conditions and dependencies are called out in these articles. Both Dev and non-Dev focused articles authored by community members are so important because they expose the hidden knowledge and practical tips only the community can provide. Thank you for contributing. In addition to Henrik’s article, 15 other newly released articles are discussed in this episode.

As always, if you need help on an issue, want to share a discovery, or just want to say: “Job well done”, please reach out to Vesa, to Waldek or to your PnP Community.

This episode was recorded on Monday, April 20, 2020.



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SharePoint Team, Microsoft – 21st of April 2020