How to make a PowerApps activity feed via SharePoint search–Part 2

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series ActivityFeed

Background Hi and welcome to the second article that describes how to make a PowerApps-based activity feed based on SharePoint search results. Although I did this as part of a large real-world client project, because of confidentiality considerations I am utilising one of my daughters PowerApps to illustrate… Continue reading

Rewriting the knowledge management rulebook… The story of “Glyma” for SharePoint

Send to Kindle“If Jeff ever leaves…” I’m sure you have experienced the “Oh crap” feeling where you have a problem and Jeff is on vacation or unavailable. Jeff happens to be one of those people who’s worked at your organisation for years and has developed such a deep working knowledge… Continue reading

A lesser known way to fine-tune SharePoint search precision…

Hi all While I’d like to claim credit for the wisdom in this post, alas I cannot. One of Seven Sigma’s consultants (Daniel Wale) worked this one out and I thought that it was blog-worthy. Before I get into the issue and Daniel’s resolution, let me give you… Continue reading

Why can’t people find stuff on the intranet?–Final summary

Hi Those of you who get an RSS feed of this blog might have noticed it was busy over last week. This is because I pushed out 4 blog posts that showed my analysis using IBIS of a detailed linear discussion on LinkedIn. To save people getting lost… Continue reading

Why can’t users find stuff on the intranet? An IBIS synthesis–Part 4

Hi and welcome to my final post on the linkedin discussion on why users cannot find what they are looking for on intranets. This time the emphasis is on synthesis… so let’s get the last few comments done shall we? Michael Rosager • @ Simon. I agree. Findability… Continue reading

Why can’t users find stuff on the intranet? An IBIS synthesis–Part 3

Hi all This is the third post in a quick series that attempts to use IBIS to analyse an online discussion. The map is getting big now, but luckily, we are halfway through the discussion and will have most of the rationale captured by the end of this… Continue reading

Why can’t users find stuff on the intranet? An IBIS synthesis–Part 2

Hi all This is the second post in a quick series that attempts to use IBIS to analyse an online discussion. Strange as it may sound, but I believe that issue mapping and IBIS is one of the most pure forms of information architecture you can do. This… Continue reading

Why can’t users find stuff on the intranet? An IBIS synthesis–Part 1

Hi There was an interesting discussion on the Intranet Professionals group on LinkedIn recently where Luc De Ruijter asked the question: What are the main three reasons users cannot find the content they were looking for on intranet? As you can imagine there were a lot of responses,… Continue reading