Quick Tips to Add People Cards for SharePoint List and Library Web Parts

Web parts are building blocks of your home page. SharePoint allows you to upgrade your home page from the classic view to the modern view. It also lets you customize the web parts to make the interface user-friendly. You can add images, videos, texts, and dynamic content on your web parts to make them attractive.

Adding people cards

When you get the responsibility to lead a team, you may have various questions in mind, such as who is on your team, what tasks are they responsible for, how should you contact them, and what the skill-sets of your team members are. Adding people cards on your SharePoint list will answer these questions as your team members can fill out the details and share the same list with you.

• Click on edit on your SharePoint list. You will notice a “+” sign circled on the existing web part.
• Click the “+” sign and then go to People.
• You can edit the title of this web part by clicking on People Profiles.
• Enter the name of one of your team members. Once the name appears on the profile list, you can click on Add Profile.
• Follow the same steps to add profile cards of other team members.

You can choose to see the detailed or compact view of each card. The detailed view shows the picture of the team member, his/her name and email address, and title if any. The compact view, on the other hand, only shows the picture of the team member and his/her name and email address.

Adding library web parts

Remember, the steps to add the web parts mentioned below don’t apply to the classic pages. Make sure the library is on the modern view to make the changes.

• Go to the library page in which you want to insert the web part.
• You can find your library page on the Quick Launch bar in Site Contents.
• Click on Edit on the top-right of this page.
• You will see a circled “+” sign. Click on it to find the web part you want to add. It will open a search box containing options like embed, highlighted content, link, file viewer, image, and text. You can expand each category to see the details of each web part.

You can also move or remove the web parts according to your preference.

• On the Edit page, select the Move Web Part icon and drag the web part you want to move. Put it anywhere on the page you want.

• If you want to delete any web part, click on Delete Web Part. It will open a box where you can check the boxes of the web parts you want to delete.

The document library web part displays all the lists in your library. You can customize its title and even resize it if you want. It is possible to view and edit files on the library directly from their web parts. Alternatively, you can view the full document library to make the necessary changes.

 

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Want to Be a SharePoint Developer? You’ll Need These Six Qualities

Are you flirting with the idea of becoming a SharePoint developer? Do you have what it takes? Contrary to common perceptions, it takes a bit more than just fantastic programming skills to be a great SharePoint developer. You’ll need some business savvy too, and of course be able to work with end-users effectively.

Still keen on becoming a SharePoint developer? See if your skills and qualities match the top six qualities listed in this post.

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1. You Have Excellent Communication Skills

No, you are not going to sit in the back room and answer IT calls. As a SharePoint developer, you’ll be working with loads of different people from all over the world. This includes business owners, employees and others all wanting to communicate their needs. You will have to be able to communicate effectively to deliver the goods and keep the end-user happy.

2. You Can Develop Web Parts to suit End-Users’ Needs

That’s right. You will have to be some Jedi at.Net programming. As a SharePoint developer you’ll have to be able to develop web parts that accommodates the needs of end-users. If you don’t know this already, web parts are key units of SharePoint web pages and the building blocks of SharePoint. If you can’t develop web parts, you should start looking into it.

3. You Have a Good Knowledge of Industry Specific Processes

Developing is one thing, but understanding business needs and being able to build a collaboration platform that is specific to an industry’s needs is another thing altogether. As a SharePoint developer, you’ll need to know and understand how businesses work and use the platform to their advantage. This will allow you to create truly useful and flawless SharePoint platforms.

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4. You Have a Firm Grasp on Basic Web Design

You won’t be building corporate intranets alone, you’ll also be responsible for building and maintaining extranet portals. This is to ensure businesses have access to a portal where everyone can communicate and collaborate no matter where they are. If you have basic web design skills it should go a long way when you become a SharePoint developer.

5. You Have Microsoft Certification

Okay, this is not a prerequisite, but it can help a lot. As a flagship Microsoft product, Microsoft offers loads of SharePoint courses which will allow you to become a certified SharePoint developer. This is offered to authenticate those who can customize SharePoint to accommodate end-users’ needs. Having one of these certificates may come in handy.

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6. You Have Programming Skills

This one goes without saying. To develop and maintain SharePoint collaboration platforms you’ll need a sound understanding of programming and programming languages. You’ll also need to know how SharePoint admin and servers work. Specific programming languages you should have fair knowledge of includes HTML, CSS.Net, Jquery and JavaScript.

Still interested in becoming a SharePoint developer? We sure hope so. At the end of the day it can be a very rewarding job that enables you to make the lives of large corporations much easier. We wish you the best of luck in your endeavors!


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