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SharePoint Articles Web Part
Now there's a fast and simple way to create great looking lists of content in SharePoint!
What can it do?
Use the Articles Web Part to post announcements, deliver company news, create FAQ's, highlight products, and share info easily and in an attractive way.
Keep people interested
The Articles Web Part is the perfect way to liven up your landing page with interesting content such as company news and announcements.
Say goodbye, content query web part
SharePoint's Content Query and List View web parts are the traditional choices for displaying lists of content such as company news or announcements.
The problem we have with these particular out the box web parts is that they simply display a bunch of tiny article links without dates or descriptions. They are also a hassle to set up.
That's why we created the Articles Web Part for SharePoint 2010!
Quick and simple
Insert an Articles Web Part onto any SharePoint page, type the name of your new articles list (e.g. "Press Releases", or "Company News") and click OK.
It's that easy!
You can set the number of items to display, change the text size, set the orientation of your list (vertical or horizontal), and even choose a theme!
Show or hide article dates if you wish, and 'highlight' your latest article just like they do on your favorite news website.
The Articles Web Part does two things really well
It enables you to create article lists quickly and easily, so you can share content on your intranet without having to configure content query web parts or create SharePoint lists manually.
It gives you full control over the look & feel of your article lists by providing you with numerous display options and themes.
Here's how our customers are using it...
Announcements, company news and press releases
Sharing progress updates with project teams
"From the desk of the CEO"
Employee spotlight, employee of the month, and new hires
Quote of the Day
Sharing brochures, logos and other marketing material with staff
(PS: Installation is a piece of cake :)