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SharePoint 2013 Out of Box Web Parts

To carry on the tradition of my most popular post, which is the list of 2010 web parts, I figured I’d delve into documenting the list of 2013 ones as well.  Here is the extensive list, in order that the web parts are shown in SharePoint, with information about each one.  I’ve also made notes about which ones are available

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Task Rollup Calendar

This blog post applies to SharePoint 2010, 2013, and Office 365.  This is enterprise, standard or foundation. This is a cool little trick that Corey Emmons figured out.  Since he doesn’t have a blog, I figured I’d at least document it so that you all can see how smart he is.  The idea is that a task rollup is needed

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SharePoint 2013 Web Part: Content Search

**NEW VIDEO to go with this post: The new content search web part in the SharePoint 2013 preview (enterprise) is just awesome, awesome, awesome. Remember quite a while back when I wrote a post about how to utilize the search results web part to show the logged in user a list of sites that they have access to?  Well now

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Web Part: Sites that I have access to

In many companies, there are a couple of different types of environments.  There is the “intranet” and/or the public site, and both of these types of portals contain sites with mostly one way information.  With these sites, pretty much everyone has access to everything in there.  On the other hand, there’s the “collaboration portal”.  In many cases, this is a

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Display a Sub-Site List on a Top Level Site

In SharePoint 2007, it was possible to display any list or library from one site on another site in the same site collection, but to accomplish it usually entailed digging into SharePoint Designer and creating a data view web part.  There was that little button when designing a data view web part, called “Connect to another Library”, which let you

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