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Document management with SharePoint - Part 2

Written By: Knox Cameron -- 7/13/2011 -- join -- contribute -- (1) comments -- printer friendly version

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Categories: Document Management, Project Management, SharePoint 2010, SharePoint Designer 2010, SharePoint Foundation 2010

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Problem

You've got people putting their documents into SharePoint, and assigning metadata tags. They appreciate that they can now find the documents they want more easily, using views grouped by client or consultant, instead of digging through folders. But where's the "wow factor": something that makes them really sit up and notice how much better things are with SharePoint? Something that makes all the "tagging" hassle worthwhile?

Solution

Let's take it to the next level!

This tip will show you how to go beyond grouping to make views that actually make work fun... well, maybe not. But let's see what we can do to liven things up...

The examples given assume you have a document library set up with the columns and views described in part 1.

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