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.
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…
According to official documentation from Microsoft, external users in Office365 tenants are not supposed to be able to edit their own profiles (and pictures). With just a flip of a few administrative levers however, you can enable profiles for your external users.