SharePoint Lists: Used, Abused and Underappreciated

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Lists are used as the core of many things SharePoint but they are rarely used as well as they can be. Learn the top tips and tricks for getting the most of your lists: How to build them smarter, how …

Lists are used as the core of many things SharePoint but they are rarely used as well as they can be. Learn the top tips and tricks for getting the most of your lists: How to build them smarter, how to display them more clearly, and how to use them in your environment for effectively. Also see how these practices evolve from 2007 to 2010.

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  • When I meet with users, a very high percentage of users aren’t aware of the most basic concepts in SharePoint like Views…
  • This session is lesson #1… We’re not talking about how to navigate or how to upload and download documents, but we are talking about how to be more effective at these things.
  • This session is lesson #1… We’re not talking about how to navigate or how to upload and download documents, but we are talking about how to be more effective at these things.
  • With just a few minutes and a few examples, you’re going to have users that are a lot more effective and excited to use the platform.
  • Oops, not clarity or direction… This is a debated topic with some strong opinions

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