Private channels are coming to Microsoft Teams – Are you ready?

Recently Microsoft posted an update on the most requested feature for Microsoft Teams, Private Channels! Private channels are scheduled for release this month, October 2019. There has been no official word on what that exactly means, yet the hope is that GA rollout will begin at least by the end of October, and may take […]

Now Available – Open Source SharePoint Framework RSS Reader Webpart

I am excited to announce the general availability of an open source SharePoint Framework RSS Reader webpart I built and made available to anyone and everyone as part of the SharePoint Patterns and Practices SPFx Webpart examples. Download the RSS Reader SPFx webpart, currently based on SPFx v1.7.0, now to get started today. A few […]

Modern vs Classic SharePoint – The Throw-down Recap

Last week, PixelMill hosted a webinar on a throw-down between Modern vs Classic SharePoint. I had the pleasure hosting the discussion with our lead designer, Kunaal Sharma. Do you have questions related to SharePoint, “classic”, “modern”, “what is your best approach with SharePoint”, etc, I highly recommend you watch the recording, Kunaal and I had […]

SharePoint Conference 2019 – A Conference You Don’t Want to Miss

SharePoint Conference is returning to Las Vegas this year from May 21st – 23rd, 2019 at the MGM Grand and I’ll be there with bells on. Why is this a must-attend session on my schedule this year? As Microsoft continues to introduce exciting changes, SharePoint Conference 2019 will be a fantastic opportunity to catch up […]

SharePoint is the Answer to Content Collaboration in the Modern Workspace

In the afternoon on day one of Microsoft Ignite 2018, Microsoft Corporate Vice President Jeff Teper took to the stage, and with help of a few on his team, he presented his update on SharePoint, OneDrive, and more. He clearly stated that SharePoint is the answer to content collaboration in the modern workspace, and I […]

SharePoint Online Theming – The Threads Between Modern and Classic Experiences

Branding modern SharePoint experiences including modern team, communication, and hub sites continues to revolve around modern themes. Custom modern SharePoint theming is well documented at docs.microsoft.com/sharepoint, including the following starting guides to name a few: SharePoint site theming Customizing “modern” team sites Classic SharePoint experiences including classic teams sites and publishing sites continue as popular […]

SharePoint PnP Provisioning Schema Version 2018-05

A new SharePoint PnP Provisioning Schema was just released and you can learn more from the SharePoint Developer Monthly Community Call – May 2018 edition recording. You can also learn more via the SharePoint PnP Github repo at: https://github.com/SharePoint/PnP-Provisioning-Schema. Why this matters The provisioning engine within the PnP initiative continues to be one of the […]

Join Me at SharePoint Conference North America 2018 @SPConf #SPC18

SharePoint Conference is back! And in Las Vegas no less! Are you going to join me this May 21st – 23rd for #SPC18? If not, why not? You don’t want to fall behind! If you need even more reasons to join, I am happy to say that PixelMill is also extremely excited to be sponsoring […]

Microsoft Tech Summit San Francisco 2018

A few days back I had the pleasure of presenting, hosting panels, and assisting with workshops at Microsoft Tech Summit San Francisco 2018. I joined a few thousand other Microsoft technology enthusiasts over a few day period and discussed Microsoft 365, Office 365, SharePoint, Teams, Blockchain, Azure, Start ups, diversity in technology, and much more. […]

SharePoint Hub Sites Make Their Debut

The wait is over! First publicly announced at Ignite 2017, SharePoint Hub Sites just reached a major milestone with a 100% rollout for Targeted Release tenants on Office 365! This means that we have not reached full General Availability for every Office 365 tenant just yet, that’s likely only a few weeks away, but many […]