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…

SharePoint Online List View formatting to make things pop…

So if you’ve been working with SharePoint Online for any length of time, you are used to views that show list data, but they don’t normally have any visual indicators that make important data stand out (unless you’re willing to dive into JSON formatting). However, now there are a number of out-of-the-box, menu-driven ways to make your important data stand out. Here’s some examples…