If “The Good Place” had Office 365

If you’ve watched NBC’s “The Good Place,” you’ll enjoy this post that much more. My CIO loves the show and recommended it so I started watching it. And then I couldn’t stop. I just couldn’t forking stop.

Seeing the hub site mega menu feature for the first time

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When a Flow works on the first test

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Trying to get AI bots to work in Teams

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When someone added the entire department to the “Owners” group

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When someone says all their forms are built in InfoPath

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Looking at the shared network drives after implementing OneDrive for Business and SharePoint

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When someone says they prefer Google Drive

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But then someone on my governance committee suggests we crack down on shadow IT things like DropBox and Google Drive being used outside the organization for work

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The secret to high governance committee and user group attendance

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When someone visits me after an update to SharePoint breaks all the workflows that have to be rebuilt asap

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When a new app is rolled out without administrative or governance controls

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When someone has ten levels of folders in a document library

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When someone sends a link to file on SharePoint or OneDrive instead of attaching it

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When someone suggests we utilize Power BI for data visualization instead of Excel

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When an email subject line reads, “Woops”

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Trying to explain a mandatory migration to Office 365

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When someone says “search sucks” and I give up and hire Bad Janet to take its place

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