The following URL is not mobile supported. SharePoint 2013 and Office 365

Posted by on Sep 16, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Really quick blog post as this is a super easy thing to fix but the answer doesn’t appear to be on the web! If you’ve created a custom form in SharePoint designer for a list and you’re seeing that “The following URL is not mobile supported” you can force the page to load in full view without redirecting to the mobile view by adding a parameter to the URL. Just add “mobile=0” to the URL. Something like https://company.sharepoint.com/list/customForm.aspx?mobile=0 will do the trick. You can of course disable mobile view feature for the site but if you’ve created a custom form and are directing users to it (either through a...

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New Releases of ‘Resource and Room Manager’

Posted by on May 6, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

May the 4th marked the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) of SharePoint Server 2016! This is an important milestone in the delivery of this significant release, which includes new capabilities for users, IT pros and administrators, as well as the next generation of hybrid capabilities for SharePoint. This also marks the general availability of cloud hybrid search for SharePoint Server 2013 and higher customers—allowing on-premises and Office 365 content to be surfaced in one search result.   That’s the end of the Microsoft announcement. Much more important is the release today of the latest version of ‘Resource and Room Manager’ from AspiraCloud. There are...

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Working with a Microsoft Cloud Platform Provider

Posted by on Sep 14, 2015 in Cloud, Microsoft, Partners, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Earlier this year AspiraCloud (or SharePointEdutech as we were known then) was awarded their Gold Cloud Platform Provider competency from Microsoft.  That might not mean a great deal to you now, but its big news for us.  In this blog post, I hope to unpack some of the key features of this program and why it will be of benefit to you to work with AspiraCloud as you Cloud Solution Provider partner. The whole purpose of the Microsoft cloud competencies is to improve the customer route to the cloud with the help of a trusted partner like AspiraCloud.  Like any good consultancy company we wanted to engage with the customer at every level of the process, from the initial...

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