One of my students tonight asked if it was possible to add a condition to a SharePoint Designer 2010 declarative workflow to detect if the initiating user is a member of a particular audience.
How Does the Recycle Bin Work in SharePoint 2010?
I was recently asked how the dual stage recycle bins worked in SharePoint 2010 by one of my students (thank you, Andrew!), and I realised that I didn’t know enough. It’s not just me either. This has to be one of the poorest-documented SharePoint features on the Internet.
If you’re considering buying a new developer laptop or desktop for SharePoint 2010 development, I can thoroughly recommend getting the fastest and most capacious build you can justify.
Development Laptop Build
OK. You never create standalone servers. I know. But, let’s just say you *did* have one, maybe for development or test, and let’s say you had such an environment on your laptop, and also let’s say your machine had an embarrassing name that you needed to change before you next demoed SharePoint stuff on it… OK, you get the picture.
Here’s a common use case: a user in your company is complaining about how frequently they receive Alerts from content added to SharePoint 2010 Lists.
Yes, there are quite a few tools out there, and some folks suggest using Control Point or something expensive for this requirement. But in principle you don’t need those tools.