It’s been a challenging few weeks here, with family emergencies as well as project challenges, and getting ready for my upcoming workshop in NYC.
The good news is, the emergency is over, and although I am still in late with some writing tasks, I am also happy to let you know that the next webinar of Search Explained is scheduled. My next guest will be my search guru friend, Mikael Svenson, CTO of Puzzlepart. He has worked in the search field for over 15 years implementing solutions for major international corporations and for several Nordic governmental institutions.
Mikael is an international speaker as well as an Office Server and Services MVP for the past six years. He is a Microsoft P-TSP, and he is also involved in a lot of SharePoint community work in Norway. Mikael has worked with media monitoring software, developed an Enterprise Search Engine, and developed for Office 365 and SharePoint in general. He has authored “SharePoint Search Queries Explained” and “Working with FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint”.
Webinar title: How to make sure your content is searchable the way you want
Date/time: May 24, 2017 5pm CET / 11am EST / 8am PST
In this webinar, Mikael is going to answer your burning search questions like How does content in SharePoint become searchable, and how do columns and user profile properties translate over to crawled and managed properties? Managing the search schema can be confusing, but it’s not that hard once you know how it all ties together. Join Mikael for an overview of how content in SharePoint makes it’s way over to the search index. The session will focus on SharePoint Online, but is equally applicable for on-premises.
I hope to see you at the webinar, or even before, in NYC.