We examined your comments about SharePoint and saw nine major questions—and then found the answers
Seems Ragan has drunk the Microsoft Kool-Aid—or at least I have.
Many readers were frustrated by my story touting the ease, user-friendliness and massive potential of Microsoft’s intranet software, SharePoint 2007. And they let us hear it in the story’s comment section.
“Wish I could share your enthusiasm, but I don’t find it user friendly,” said one reader.
Added another, “A simple Google search will reveal that not everyone shares the same positive views of SharePoint as presented here.”
Two readers even suggested I had drunk the “Microsoft Kool-Aid.”
Most of all readers asked questions and expressed skepticisms about SharePoint. We looked closely at all the comments and pared them down to nine questions—and then found the answers for you.
1. SharePoint pages are dull, boring and even cumbersome, readers said. How can I change that?