Microsoft Lystavlen - the Online display board

Lystavlen is the danish word for 'the display board'. This blog is all about sharing the beauty of Office 365 and CRM Online.

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  • Blog Post: Preparing for the Next SharePoint Online Service Update

    Microsoft is preparing to roll out the new SharePoint Online as a part of Office 365. As a result of this initial phase of the SharePoint Online service update, you may be affected by some of the design changes. Below is a consolidated list of items with pointers to documented fixes and posted workarounds...
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    In my meetings with customers and partners I'm often asked which SharePoint Online features are found in which Office 365 Service Plans. Its possible to find a high-level comparison here (see screen shot below), but to provide a more granular view I've compiled six tables corresponding to each of...
  • Blog Post: BCS in Office 365 - read and write connections to External Data

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    Are you tired of relying on email to facilitate project collaboration? Wouldn’t it be great if there was a more efficient project collaboration solution out there? Office 365 can take your project collaboration practices to the next level. The folks from the Microsoft Project Team compiled a...
  • Blog Post: Public Folders in Office 365

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    SharePoint Online users have a Recycle Bin where deleted content is stored. You can access the Recycle Bin to recover deleted documents and lists if you need to. This is sometimes called the first stage Recycle Bin. If you delete a file from your Recycle Bin the file is taken to a second stage Recycle...
  • Blog Post: Understanding the Administrator Role in SharePoint Online

    When you sign up for an Office 365 account, you automatically become an Office 365 global administrator and a SharePoint Online Administrator. This global administrator is added to the team site that is automatically created for you during your Office 365 account setup (for example, https:// yourcompany...
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    The Office Web App Service Description lists a max file size of 10 MB for Excel Web App. If you ever tried to upload an Excel workbook to SharePoint Online, even if the file size is smaller than 10 MB you might have encountered the error “Your session has exceeded its limits and has been closed“...
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    Since the beginning of March customers are no longer capped at 5TB for SharePoint Online storage and they may consume up to 25TBs. Default SharePoint Online storage for customers is available based on the following equation : 10GB + (500MB * no of users) and customers can buy extra storage up to 25TB...
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    If your organisation have more complex document management needs than merely being able to attach a document to a CRM Online record, the integration between CRM Online and SharePoint Online offers great additional features and benefits. The following table compares the differences between using file...