Today Microsoft came out with a mind blowing amount of information, features, previews, and announcements about the future of SharePoint and Office 365 and how it is the core of Microsoft's, its customers, and its partners business. Microsoft said, the future of SharePoint is not about SharePoint, "but about empowering people, teams, and organizations to achieve more." From office Graph, the new developer framework, to Flow and PowerApps, the amount of new features and functionality is absolutely mind blowing. Another interesting and somewhat either unexpected or long overdue announcement was the immediate release and availability of new iOS, Android, and Windows mobile apps for SharePoint and Office 365. The key note was delivered by Satya Nadella, himself and shows Microsoft's continued big bets on SharePoint and the Office platform. I, as a SharePoint developer for over 12 years now, am proud to be part of such a huge and vibrant
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I was reading through a bunch of Technet articles today and I found a few things that I had never seen before for SharePoint 2013. One of those things was the hidden Geolocation column. This column allows for latitude and longitude coordinates to be stored in a location column type within SharePoint. This can then be coupled with Bing maps and you can create map views natively from within SharePoint from the create view menu! This also allows for geotags from within photos, from mobile devices, laptops, PC's, and other devices that have access to your SharePoint environment to be able to automatically fill this field from the GPS sensor from whatever device is editing/updating/accessing that specific content. Caveats
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