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Today's ITUnity Champ:
Marc D. Anderson
Anderson is a SharePoint guy’s/gal’s SharePoint guy.
Based in Newton, Mass., Anderson is a frequent conference speaker, book author, consultant, developer of the jQuery Library for SharePoint Web Services and a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for SharePoint Server. He’s also a prolific tweeter on all things collaboration and knowledge-management related.
Anderson has lots of help and how-to posts on his blog. He also is good at connecting the dots, as this recent post on Office 365 Groups makes clear:
More Granular Permissions for Office 365 Groups: A Work in Progress?
There are changes afoot in the way we can manage permissions in an Office 365 Group Team Site. (Naming for this stuff is getting really tricky. I continue my habit of capitalizing “things” that have a name in the product, to avoid confusion with the “concepts” behind them.)
In the last few days, we’re seeing some new ways to manage Group permissions behind the cog in a “modern” Team Site, aka, the site for an Office 365 Group.