It’s one of my favorite blog posts to write–the year in review! At the end of each year, I dedicate a post to recapping some of my favorite (and most popular) blog posts. Here’s my look back at 2019.
Posts published: 30
Blog views: 64,031
Blog visitors: 44,551
Top posts of 2019 (based on user views):
- SharePoint home sites and hubs: A primer – easily one of my most popular blog posts of all time. And I love diving into SharePoint’s new home site functionality!
- Using Microsoft Flow & Azure Cognitive Services to automate sentiment analysis of Yammer posts – very cool use of AI (artificial intelligence) to analyze the sentiment of Yammer community posts.
- Build it with Microsoft Flow: Get a notification when a “watch word” is mentioned in Yammer – a great idea for auto-monitoring Yammer communities for key topics/conversations.
- Build it with Microsoft Flow: Get a notification when your manager posts in Yammer – a quick and easy way to monitor your boss’ Yammer activity.
- Requesting sign-off approvals on your OneDrive files – a how-to guide for using one of Microsoft’s out-of-the-box Power Automate flow templates.
My favorite posts of 2019:
- Piloting your Office 365 rollout – creative ideas for planning and executing an Office 365 pilot program.
- Building a flexible model for sharing Office 365 changes with your end-users – provides tips on building a dynamic model for sharing Office 365 feature updates with your end-users. Includes suggestions on communication mediums and content tagging.
- Insider tip: Mind-map your way through #MSIgnite 2019 session videos – outlines the value of mind-map cognitive diagrams and explores how you can use mind maps to take visual notes on recorded conference sessions.
- Setting up the “Buy a Feature” innovation game – provides a detailed overview of setting up and facilitating the popular “Buy a Feature” innovation game.
- The Coffee Chat on 365 Adoption (episode 7) – podcast recording that explores how user self-service impacts Office 365 adoption.