Changing the way you work with Modern SharePoint Team Sites and Office 365 Groups

Microsoft SharePoint has evolved across many folds such as contextual reporting, navigation, library, lists and more importantly integration with Office 365 Groups from a user perspective. This session will demonstrate all the capabilities and along the way how to get things done in a different and smarter way to succeed in your multidisciplinary teams​.

In this session you will learn:

  • Overview of modern SharePoint team site experiences
  • Finding and searching your way to the content you and the team are working on
  • Sharing and accessing content in a number of ways

This session was delivered at the Collab365 Global Conference 2016 and was presented by Chirag Patel.


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About The Author
- Chirag (@techChirag) is an Office 365 & SharePoint Consultant at Patel Consulting based in UK, working within Microsoft Cloud, SharePoint and SQL Server technology stack with a focus on Business Collaboration, Data and Information Management Solutions since 2001. He is a Microsoft Certified Solution Expert (SharePoint, Data Platform) and Chartered IT Professional (CITP) with plentiful experience of delivering business productivity solutions and value-added consultancy to clients in various market sectors.Previously Chirag worked with Microsoft Gold Partner consultancies, in the areas of SharePoint business applications using Nintex & K2 workflow and forms, SharePoint Intranet Deployments, Upgrades & Migrations, SQL Server implementations, Database Design and Development. Whilst appreciating hard work of thriving SharePoint technical community, Chirag enjoys delivering presentations & demos at conferences including Collab365 and SharePoint Saturdays (London, Madrid, Paris, UK, EMEA, India). Personal social responsibility also includes participating every year in the iconic London to Brighton bike rides and London Duathlon fundraising events!

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