Okay, let’s make this the shortest blog post in history, well.. not the shortest, but I’ll keep the fluff to a minimum. I wrote a blog post fairly recently for creating responsive tiles that link to your content in SharePoint. That blog post can be found here: Personalize Your SharePoint Home Page with Masonry It struck me that the script from that blog could be tweaked to work on a Promoted Links list in SharePoint and thus make it easier for users to implement without having to create a custom list. So, that’s what this post is! To implement this Continue reading SharePoint Responsive Promoted Links
A couple of weeks ago I blogged about automatically setting the lookup field in a new item form when that lookup field exceeded the list view threshold: Automatic Parent/Child List Relationships for Large Lists in SharePoint I wanted to follow that up with a “plug and play” script that would allow you to update the value of a lookup field on an Edit Form. Additionally, I wanted this to work for both single selection and multi selection fields. Now, in an ideal world you would not implement this script, you would have a developer on staff or a third party Continue reading Set Lookup Fields in Edit Forms for Large Lists in SharePoint
Maybe another title for this blog post would be “Setting lookup fields when you get the ‘This is a lookup column that displays data from another list that currently exceeds the List View Threshold defined by the administrator (5000).’ Error”. Yeah, large lists are a pain in SharePoint. You can be trucking along for months, everything working great, happy users, life is good and then BAM… you create that 5001st entry. List views break, look up fields break, your world becomes painful. And what’s the right response?? The obvious answer is “don’t create large lists”, but unfortunately we live in Continue reading Automatic Parent/Child List Relationships for Large Lists in SharePoint
I woke up the morning of July 1st to the email I will now be anticipating for hopefully years to come. This was my first MVP renewal and even though I had no reason to believe I wouldn’t be renewed there’s always that “what if…” in the back of my mind. I’m grateful to Microsoft for giving me the opportunity to be an MVP for another year; to learn and hopefully grow, and to add more value to the community and my clients. Now that I’ve been an MVP for a year I have a much better understanding of what Continue reading Renewed for Microsoft MVP in 2016!