2018 was a super intense year, with so many great moments, experiences and lessons to learn.I did at least one on-site, client workshop (almost) every month, with three workshops in the … [Read more...] about The five most popular blog posts in 2018
I am honored to be invited to speak at the SharePoint Conference 2019 next May in Las Vegas, NV. I'm going to have a session and a full-day post-conference workshop - both are … [Read more...] about SharePoint Conference 2019
Microsoft Ignite is happening this week in the sunny Orlando, FL. Office 365 was one of the most important topics of SharePoint Conference North America in May, 2018, and we expected some further news … [Read more...] about Microsoft Search: Next Level of Office 365 Search Announced at Microsoft Ignite
Danish National Police won Silver Award! Search Explained is super honored and proud to announce that our amazing client, Danish National Police is awarded this year for their "new personalised … [Read more...] about 2018 Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards
I am honored and humbled to be awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for Office Servers and Services again. This renewal makes it to my 11th years in a row - in the first few years I was … [Read more...] about MVP Office Servers and Services – 11th Year
Office 365 Search has been improved a lot recently. While "classic search" is in a kind of "frozen" state, the Microsoft-Graph -driven "modern search" gets better and better. It is very clear where … [Read more...] about Office 365 Search: The Most Important Announcements at SharePoint Conference North America 2018
You know implementing and maintaining search is challenging. It's easy to mess up.Chances are you've already heard several horror stories.Or probably, if you work with search, you've already made … [Read more...] about How to mess up Search in five easy steps?
Planning for a content migration is always a big challenge. Moving content to a new system as it is stored in the legacy store sounds like the easiest solution, but just adding a few additional steps … [Read more...] about Content Migration does not have to be a painful experience
Recently I've got a question by chat here on our website, and after responding it there I thought I'd share the detailed response here as well. The question was: how to turn off a Query Rule on a page … [Read more...] about How to Turn Off a Query Rule?
As a consultant and trainer, I often get feedback from users of enterprise search solutions. We can learn about their pain points and their expectations, and act accordingly to improve search.What … [Read more...] about Search Is Broken. Users Are Unhappy. What To Do?