AutoSave in Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) is a great new feature: users don't have to keep clicking on Save or Ctrl+S to save their updates or worry about losing it accidentally. … [Read more...] about AutoSave in Office 365: Search Implications
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
When migrating content from an old version of SharePoint to a new one; or from SharePoint on-prem to Office 365; or from a file share to SharePoint / OneDrive / Office 365 - one of the most critical … [Read more...] about “Search First” content migration
Today, in the age of "modern", "personalized" and "intelligent" search applications, sometimes it's still hard to find the content what we're searching for. "I cannot find the document I am searching … [Read more...] about I cannot find the document I am searching for! – What to do?
Content Types is an important asset many organizations don’t pay enough attention to. This feature is available both on-prem and in the cloud, and besides its generic usability benefits, it helps … [Read more...] about Using Content Types on Search-driven pages