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Different ways to connect SharePoint Calendar to Outlook

Different ways to connect SharePoint Calendar to Outlook

SharePoint calendar and Outlook are the most used tools to maintain events. What if we can connect our SharePoint calendar to Outlook? It will be a great help as we won’t require to open the SharePoint calendar every time we want to see any event setup in the SharePoint calendar.
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3 ways to implement SharePoint Calendar Overlay

3 ways to implement SharePoint Calendar Overlay

The calendar is one of the very essential and widely used features in SharePoint. In any SharePoint application, the organization might be using more than one calendar for different purposes like vacation plans, attendance, leave plans, etc… It will be very helpful if we can combine multiple calendars into a single location. Let’s find out different ways to do it.
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Different OOB ways to fetch reports in SharePoint

Different OOB ways to fetch reports in SharePoint

There are a lot of ways in SharePoint that you can use to fetch the reports for the various data within SharePoint. You can also write some custom utilities but in this article, we are going to look into all the OOB report that SharePoint is providing to make our daily life easy.
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Enable or Disable custom scripts for SharePoint

Enable or Disable custom scripts for SharePoint

Most of the developers use the custom scripts to customize the SharePoint objects, data, to access and manipulate the SharePoint resources. In SharePoint, as an admin, you can allow or prohibit custom scripts to be added into site collection so that no one would be able to inject scripts into SharePoint.
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$batch calls - CRUD operations using SharePoint REST API

$batch calls - CRUD operations using SharePoint REST API

Performance is a key aspect of any application. In this article, we will show how to perform BULK or BATCH calls on SharePoint objects using REST APIs. Using a batch call, you can combine several REST calls to a single call. This will greatly help in improving the performance load on your application. Let’s go in details.
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