As 2022 comes to a close we’re taking a look back at our blog posts published this year and compiled our top 10 most read posts of the year.

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#1 End of Support for SharePoint 2013 – Are you Ready?

With SharePoint 2013 officially out of support in April of 2023, it is no wonder this was our most-read blog post of the year. Read the post to understand the risks of running unsupported.


#2 Creatively Using SharePoint Lists – Column Formatting

A step-by-step guide to getting creative with SharePoint comes in at number two. We walk you through how to use column formatting and list views to create a custom Employee Recognition shout-out feature.


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#3 Microsoft Dataverse Tips and Gotchas

Number three on our list highlights aspects of Dataverse for new users developing solutions utilizing Dataverse as the data storage component.


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#4 Gain Insights into Your Operations with Power BI

Knowledge is power which may be why this post was so popular. We dive into the importance of business intelligence and how Power BI can help.


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#5 Should we upgrade to SharePoint Server Subscription Edition?

For many organizations moving to the cloud is not in the cards which drove this post to fifth place. Learn about SharePoint Server Subscription Edition and get guidance on how to decide if you are in need of an upgrade.


SharePoint Online Tenant-to-Tenant Migration Considerations

#6 SharePoint Online Tenant-to-Tenant Migration Considerations

We’ve been receiving more and more requests for tenant-to-tenant SharePoint Online migrations and share the considerations unique to this process in our sixth most popular post of 2022.


#7 SharePoint Online Migration – 3 Common Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

SharePoint migrations seem to be a hot topic this year. We’ve helped many clients remediate SharePoint Online migrations gone bad and this post details the three mistakes that lead to unsuccessful migrations.


Preparing Your Users for Automation

#8 Preparing Your Users for Automation

Coming in at number eight, our suggestions to help you prepare your users for automation with the Power Platform.


#9 SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint Online Migration Considerations

For all of our services, planning is an important part of the process.  Our ninth most-read posts helps you plan your SharePoint 2103 to SharePoint Online migration.


#10 So, You Think You Hate SharePoint…

Closing out our top ten, we go over a few of the common “I hate SharePoint because…” statements we hear from users and our favorite features to share during those conversations.


We hope you have found our blog to be helpful this year and we can’t wait to share more Microsoft technology tips, tricks, innovations, and announcements in the new year. The team at Compass365 would like to wish you and yours a warm and wonderful holiday season and all the best in 2023!