Stop asking for SharePoint not to look like SharePoint is a phrase that has been used by Microsoft and other tech companies to encourage people to take advantage of the customization options available with SharePoint. It is a reminder that you can customize your site without having it look too much like a “SharePoint” site.
This includes changing the colors, fonts, layouts, branding elements, and more. By doing this, it allows users to create their own unique websites that are tailored specifically for their needs while still taking advantage of all the features offered by SharePoint.
“As a SharePoint consultant, I work with hundreds of small to medium-sized businesses, assisting them with the transition to SharePoint Online and Microsoft 365. When they initially establish contact with me, they might share some basic business requirements, most of which are not an issue. However, once in a while, as I read through or we discuss requirements, I see or hear the following: “Our CEO wants to ensure that SharePoint will not look like SharePoint” WHAT??? 😕 In case you encounter the same sentiment in your organization, let me explain why this requirement does not make sense and should be removed from the list.”
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Use a theme to change the colors of your SharePoint site
Adding the site to Local Intranet Zone
On the Details pane, under the Has Access header, you'll see the People icon, the Links icon, and/or the Email icon. These options vary depending on how you have shared the file or folder. Select Manage access. To remove a sharing link, click the X next to the link to remove it.
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