Links for Today

Links for today:

  • Intranet 2.0 in 10 Not-Seasy-Steps [Link]
  • Styleneat, a simple CSS Organizer [Link]
  • Very funny: Intranet 2.0 from a Manager’s perspective (German only, sorry) [Link]
  • SharePoint: How to make a multiple lines of text field collapse and expand [Link]

SharePoint Charting made (too) easy

EndUserSharePoint.com has a lightweight and easy charting implementation for SharePoint. It has only one fault: it transfers data to a Google API before rendering the graph. Couple this with the wide-ranging – and often justified – information security paranoia within corporations and you’re opening a whole new can of worms. But, I have to admit, it is a really cool idea and I think that many SharePoint users stuck without Exel Services or behind restricted installations are grinding their teeth now.

SharePoint List Migration

Ever wondered how to move your lists or libraries across various SharePoint sites or installations? Well, I often have, and therefore found this compilation of SharePoint List Migration Approaches very helpful. Although, I might add, none of these approaches should be undertaken by an inexperienced user.

SharePoint Pitfalls, Planning and User Experience

SharePoint links for today:

  • Dig yourself a hole: Top SharePoint Pitfalls [Link]
  • Some user experience concepts, applicable to SharePoint, but not exclusively [Link]
  • Toby Ward on SharePoint Planning and Governance [Link, via]

SharePoint – Modify & Create Survey Views

I toyed around with surveys in SharePoint today and while googling found these useful knacks:

  • How to modify the list view of survey results [Link]
  • Even better: How to create a completely new view for survey results [Link]
  • Quick Survey Web Parts [Link]

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Links for today:

  • The Lean Intranet: from Intranet Zero to Intranet 2.0 [Link]
  • Information Architecture: Why SharePoint 2007 Needs It [Link]

Especially interesting:

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Sharepoint links for today:

  • A neat little trick for the top link bar on Sharepoint TeamSites [Link]
  • Sometimes things are just too easy, like this custom sort order for SharePoint lists [Link]
  • Examples of public websites built on SharePoint [Link]
  • Pros and Cons of using Sharepoint Designer [Link]