Guide to Migrating from SharePoint 2013 to M365 – Step by step

Upgrading from the outdated SharePoint 2013 to the advanced Microsoft 365 (M365) platform has become a crucial step since SharePoint 2013 extended support is ending on 11th April 2023. Migration to M365 not only enhances collaboration and productivity but also takes advantage of the latest security features and cloud capabilities. In this blog post, I’ll

How to Find Files Exceeding Maximum URL Length using PowerShell in SharePoint Online

​Microsoft Office Excel files stored in deep Folder, sub-folder structures with long names often result in an error when they exceed the maximum file URL length of 218 characters. I wanted to proactively scan the entire SharePoint Online environment for Excel files with long URLs. Though i have found that up to 259 characters it

Backup SharePoint and Teams Channel Data on Azure Storage

Microsoft SharePoint and Teams are popular collaboration platforms used by organizations of all sizes to share files, communicate with team members, and manage projects. With so much critical data stored in these platforms, it’s essential to have a reliable backup and recovery plan in place. In this blog post, I’ll show you how to backup

SharePoint Online – Issue with Classic vs Modern Look

​I recently created a Microsoft Office 365 development environment via I was creating an environment to do some SharePoint Modern theming (I created a new Communication Site via the modern Admin interface on my new tenant), but noticed the classic (rather the older) Change the Look interface: ​However, on existing client’s tenants, I noticed Change

Get-SPOSite Issue and Work Around

We all know that Get-SpoSite cmdlet contains more than one parameter set and you may only use parameters from one parameter set and you may not combine parameters from different parameter sets. Moreover, it retrieves and returns properties of all site collections that match the given criteria. But sometimes you run into weird issues when