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July 17
Podcast 396 - Documents I've Destroyed

Todd is flying solo this week, so it's an extra good podcast. He covers several new releases from Microsoft like Known Folder Move, Idle-Session timeout, and SharePoint Online cmdlets. He also covers some tips on how to use the SharePoint Migration Tool and how to keep the Office 365 autosave from destroying your important documents.

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Podcast 396 - Documents I've Destroyed (Time 0_05_49;18)

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Running Time: 36:44


01:32 Todd got renewed!
04:52 How to Dig Deeper Into Your SharePoint Farm
04:23 5 Things You Can Do to Prepare for your SharePoint 2019 Migration
07:32 Use the Page Diagnostics tool for SharePoint Online
10:39 Known Folder Move
16:06 New SharePoint Online Management Shell
18:41 Azure Active Directory cmdlets for configuring group settings
24:18 Idle-Session Timeout Policy in SharePoint Online & OneDrive is now Generally Available
26:18 Take your summer back and automate your Office 365 migration
29:11 Use Save a Copy to modify a file without changing the original
33:58 SPS Charlotte
34:05 SharePoint Saturday New England 2018
34:36 Business Application Summit
34:52 SPTechCon Boston



Autosave 'gotcha'

I listened to this podcast on the way to a customer site and shared the above article 'Use Save a Copy to modify a file without changing the original' with collegues (via Teams) as soon as I got in. Great tip.

Thanks, Mark.
 on 8/15/2018 3:31 AM

Re: Autosave 'gotcha'

Glad it helped.

Todd O. KlindtNo presence information on 8/16/2018 9:56 PM

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