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900th post on SharePains.com, it is a time to celebrate and win!

This is the 900th post on SharePains.com and I thought this would be a good moment to celebrate that milestone. Ok, it is not the 1000th post but 900 is still quite a lot.

The 900th Post Quiz

With posts about many of the Microsoft Technologies, SharePains has grown from just a few posts in the beginning to multiple posts per week in the recent years. SharePains has helped with user pains related to SharePoint, Power Platform, Azure, Teams and Dynamics and so much more.

To help me celebrate my 900th post on SharePains.com, please complete the following 900th post quiz by clicking on the image below and the winners will be announced on Twitter and LinkedIn soon.

Thank you!

Then I would like to complete this post by thanking you all for your support throughout the years. You have shared so many of your pains and have given me many of my blog post ideas.

As long as there are pains to share, the SharePains post will keep coming.

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Pieter Veenstra

Business Applications and Office Apps & Services Microsoft MVP working as a Microsoft Productivity Principal Consultant at HybrIT Services. You can contact me using contact@veenstra.me.uk.

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