Using Undo/Redo in SharePoint Online Lists

Have you ever been making updates in a SharePoint Online list using Grid View, and you notice that you incorrectly updated a field that’s updated the list item… or worse, deleted something that shouldn’t have been deleted? Well, you’ll love the new Undo/Redo feature in SharePoint Online lists. Here’s how it works…

Creating SharePoint Online lists from templates

As part of the changes for Microsoft Lists, there’s been a refresh on how you create new lists in SharePoint Online. One of the more interesting changes is a set of pre-defined templates you can use to get started on a new list. It’s a great starting point for building out a list that fits your needs. Here’s how it works…

The Org Chart Web Part in SharePoint Online

One thing I see frequently in department web sites is some sort of organization chart so that people know who the boss is and who all reports to them. This can be a PDF document, a Visio diagram, or some other cobbled-together image. Now you can add an org chart to your site using the Org Chart web part in SharePoint Online, and it’ll always be up-to-date! Here’s how it works…

Expand/Collapse button in SharePoint lists

If you’re fortunate enough to work with a large-screen monitor, you may not have much of a problem with how much data displays in a SharePoint list. But if you’re on a laptop with a smaller screen, you might find that screen real estate is in short supply. You can gain a bit of that real estate back by using the Expand/Collapse button in SharePoint lists. Here’s how that works…