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updated July 1, 2020
Posted July 1, 2020 by

Keeping Your Surname and Email Private in LinkedIn

A lot of social apps and platforms today have the option to keep your email, phone number and other such details private. But did you know that on LinkedIn, you can keep your surname private, too? You’d think that for a platform that’s mainly focused on jobs and hence building a strong profile to get the best ones, such a thing wouldn’t be likely. But it turns out, it is. However, there are some strings attached to this option. For instance, your LinkedIn connections will still be able to see your surname, but strangers won’t be. Below you will find out easy steps for keeping your surname and email private in LinkedIn.

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Posted June 29, 2020 by

How to Make a Team on MS Teams Using a Template

Many organizations have purchased MS Teams to cope with the quarantine situation. People are working from home, and remote teams need to be managed. Software like Teams, zoom and skype are helping people work from home and stay connected to the office. Tech-Recipes has come up with yet another tutorial on Microsoft Teams. Check out How to Make a Team on MS Teams Using a Template Continue Reading

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Posted June 29, 2020 by

How to Keep Your Connections’ List Private on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is renowned for its privacy and not just as being the most professional job platform out there today. The more features there are on it, the stronger are the privacy checks and algorithms keeping your data safe. Sure, the option to keep your friends’ list even exists on Facebook…but LinkedIn’s privacy measures are far stronger. Here, they aren’t called ‘friends.’ It doesn’t sound LinkedIn-professionalism. Nor is it called a ‘friends’ list.’ LinkedIn refers to them as ‘connections’ and ‘connections’ list,’ respectively. And you can keep this list private. Below you will find out how to keep your connections’ list private on LinkedIn.

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Posted June 27, 2020 by

How to Turn on Dark Mode in MS Teams

Microsoft Teams is one widely used app right now. People are working in the form of a remote team in this pandemic. Microsoft services have saved us from trouble. MS Teams platform lets you manage teams and collaborate with people in your organization. Here’s what’s cool about Teams. You can change the theme and change your entire mood of working online. Checkout How to Turn on Dark Mode in MS Teams. Continue Reading

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Posted June 26, 2020 by

How to Manage File Access in SharePoint | Microsoft Service

SharePoint is a Microsoft service that provides similar features as the dropbox, Google drive. The plus is that SharePoint integrates with other Microsoft services such as the Microsoft teams. Teams need to collaborate on shared resources and that’s exactly what SharePoint allows. Check out “How to Manage File Access in SharePoint”.

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Posted June 25, 2020 by

Clearing Your Search History in LinkedIn

Clearing a search history can be useful sometimes, especially if you have privacy concerns or are simply too paranoid to leave your search terms hanging in your account. With LinkedIn, you can clear your search history in two ways. One is with the tap of a single button. And the other is a longer route: via your account’s privacy settings. In either case, clearing your search history on LinkedIn is simple. Clearing your LinkedIn search history follows the same method in the app as well as the desktop version. However, the methods below have been carried out via the LinkedIn Android app.

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Posted June 25, 2020 by

Working With Hashtags on LinkedIn

LinkedIn introduced hashtags back in 2018. They aren’t the same as Instagram or Twitter hashtags, though. Rather, they’ve got more to do with your job function and/or industry on LinkedIn. Using hashtags on this platform makes your content more discoverable by companies and/or potential member clients interested in hiring you. But as LinkedIn is a professional platform mainly, it’s important to keep hashtags work-related. You can discover more jobs and companies by following related hashtags. Below are a few things you need to know about working with hashtags on LinkedIn. This activity is carried out in the same way, regardless of whether you’re using LinkedIn’s browser version or the app.

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Posted June 24, 2020 by

How to Use Microsoft SharePoint in Teams | Microsoft Service

Teamwork requires data sharing. Microsoft has introduced many services for office work such as the famous MS Word, Microsoft Teams, etc. All of these services are working online as well. And these services work well together. Microsoft SharePoint empowers teamwork with dynamic and productive team sites for every project team, department, and division. Share files, data, news, and resources. Continue Reading

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Posted June 22, 2020 by

How to Use Google Lens in Google Go.

What is Google Go? Never Heard of it? Well, its an app. A Google App. You can use the Google search engine. But that’s not it. Google Go is much cooler than that. What makes it so amazing is the presence of Google Lens.  Continue Reading

Posted June 22, 2020 by

SQL Server – Error Solution – String or Binary Data would be Truncated

The most popular and annoying error message every SQL Server developer runs into during development. String or Binary data would be truncated. For instance, annoying when an Insert statement with 100 columns starts raising truncation error. However, we do not have an easy way out to find the string value and column name generating truncation error.

Most importantly, I was trying to find the column and row generating a truncation error message. We had to use length function to find the longest string in input data. Furthermore, Dividing the load to see which batch of rows raising truncation error. Continue Reading

Category Database, SQL Server

Posted June 20, 2020 by

SSIS- How To Export & Import ISPAC File SSISDB – Visual Studio

How To Export Import ISPAC File SSISDB Visual Studio

A walkthrough and learning how to export & import ISPAC files from SSISDB and Visual Studio. ISPAC file referred to as a deployable output file generated from SQL server integration projects. When we build SSIS project it creates an ISPAC file under the bin folder. Besides, while deploying SSIS projects from Visual studio is equivalent to deploying ISPAC files in the back hood. Continue Reading

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