This is the third in a series of posts exploring the limits, boundaries, options, and possibilities with external users in Office365/SharePoint Online. In this post, I’ll show how you can use audiences to provide basic social capabilities for external users.
This is the second in a series of posts exploring the limits, boundaries, options, and possibilities with external users in Office365/SharePoint Online. In this short post, I’ll explore creating SharePoint audiences to target external users.
Short post about the XML required to map TFS On-prem users to TFS Online users.
Last weekend I presented at SharePoint Saturday Redmond (SPSRED). My two lightning talks included Advanced Scenarios with External Users in Office365/SharePoint Online, and Cleaning Out Your IT Closet – Offloading Infrastructure (and Headaches) to Windows Azure IaaS. Following are my presentations:
Working with Apps and the REST API in SharePoint 2013, you’ll at some point come across the need to check if the current user has a particular permission level. In CSOM/JSOM, the API is pretty straightforward, but in the REST API, the approach is a bit backwards. Read on to see how to do it…