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Creating a Site Collection with Power Shell

Building a SharePoint Farm involves several steps to make sure the site will be utilized by the business users. Governance takes a big part on the design of the Sites(s)

Depending of the size of your farm is conceivable that you will need more than one site colleciton to allocate your business data and to keep […]

FlyView For SharePoint 2.5 – New Productivity Features

Smart Views in FlyView group/filter the documents based on some common scenarios such as

Last Modified: Shows the documents/items in latest to oldest order
Last Modified by Me: Documents/items modified by me in latest to oldest order
Checked Out to Me: Documents currently checkout to me
If you can think of a few more common views, then we will be […]

Technical Analysis – SharePoint Online Document Library New Look

Technical Review SharePoint Document Library New Look -Welcome REST and Knockout js
Something very interesting we have discovered after analysing behind the scene technical changes from Microsoft for the document libraries New Look in SharePoint Online. Our SharePoint solution FlyView had a minor issue because of the latest change and we did this investigation while preparing the fix. Rightly the ‘New Look’ […]

By |April 28th, 2016|FlyView, SharePoint Online|3 Comments

Announcing FlyView Enterprise – Internet Explorer Support Arrives

Today I am so glad to announce the release of the FlyView for SharePoint Enterprise version. It works the same way its sibling, the Chrome extension, works and provides users with a fast and fluid SharePoint navigation and content exploration experience. A trial version is available to download now, download link is at the end […]

FlyView for SharePoint – Product Features Summary

FlyView For SharePoint – Product Features Summary

Microsoft SharePoint sites can grow huge and the content spread out in the layers of the root site, a single Site contains numerous sub sites, document libraries, folders, objects and files exploring your site content could be time consuming.

While working on a massive SharePoint site navigation through the site […]

FlyView – more than just a SharePoint Tree View

Dynamic SharePoint Menu by FlyView – More than just a SharePoint Treeview

SharePoint content are stored in a tree structure, i.e. Sites, sub-sites, document libraries and folders. FlyView for SharePoint enables you to explore and compare your SharePoint site content in a flash. FlyView for SharePoint not only provides you with a Tree View of your […]

By |March 28th, 2016|FlyView, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint Online|5 Comments

FlyView-A Free SharePoint Tool That Makes Navigation Easy

FlyView – A Free SharePoint Tool that Makes SharePoint Navigation Easy

FlyView is a free SharePoint tool that improves SharePoint user experience and increases your productivity. You will spend less time discovering SharePoint content and more time actually working on it. This little SharePoint tool is a must have add-on for your SharePoint Site.

It is actually a navigation […]

By |February 22nd, 2016|FlyView, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint Online|3 Comments

SharePoint Explorer View Alternative – FlyView for SharePoint

Guest Post: I am a SharePoint user and find it challenging working on some large SharePoint site with multiple nested sub-sites; lots of libraries and folders; files and documents everywhere. The most exhausting thing is exploring and viewing SharePoint content in a back and forth fashion. Often it takes a lot of time to load page […]

By |February 16th, 2016|FlyView, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint Online|0 Comments

Announcing ‘Quick Search’ – FlyView for SharePoint

‘Quick Menu Search’ Turbocharges FlyView for SharePoint

I am pleased to announce the latest FlyView update (1.1.22) with a very exciting new feature ‘Quick Search’.

FlyView for SharePoint users already know how it boosts your SharePoint site exploration and content discovery speed, and this recently released new search feature simply turbo charges FlyView. Your mouse keeps exploring the […]

By |December 7th, 2015|FlyView, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint Online, Site Explorer|0 Comments