Newyork, Newyork (PressExposure) February 17, 2011 -- SharePointBoost, a leading web parts and add-ons developer for Microsoft SharePoint 2007 and 2010 introduced SharePoint List Collection three years ago and another twin product last month. Those two products focus on improving SharePoint list data management, by which users can either roll up data from different lists, or keep lists synchronized.
With SharePoint build-in features, users can do various list manipulations such as lookup data from other lists. However, chances are good that some SharePoint users want to roll up data from other lists so as to get a holistic picture. While for others, to keep several lists synchronized together gives them enormous convenience. Unfortunately, those two requirements cannot be met without further custom development.
SharePoint List Collection ([http://www.sharepointboost.com/listcollection.html] ) has being a popular web part since it was release three years ago. By its powerful features, its users can roll up data from different lists into one single view, on which they can manipulate data like sorting, filtering and saving finalized data into a spreadsheet. Moreover, it allows users to combine list data from different sites, giving users more data to put together. SharePoint List Collection works both with SharePoint 2007 and 2010 and all SharePoint List Collection 2007 version users can upgrade it into SharePoint 2010 version without paying any additional fee.
Congregating data from different lists, be it in the same site or not, presents users a view to see big picture that is impossible without rolling up those data together. Yet for some SharePoint users, specialist those who care more about data update, simply getting all relevant data together is not all they want. How to keep lists synchronized, so that all the changes can be reflected in real time is the big part for them. For those kinds of users, SharePoint List Sync comes to the rescue. It enables its users to sync lists, by which all the modifications to target list will be synchronized back to source list. With its robust features, user also can slip one list in several different lists or join different lists into single one. Apart from list synchronization, SharePoint List Sync ([http://www.sharepointboost.com/list-sync.html]) also allows its users to set conditions so that only those columns or data that only meet the conditions will be synchronized.
With those two SharePoint web parts, users can further leverage SharePoint list to get more from their SharePoint environment. John, a SharePoint List Collection user who tried SharePoint List Sync as well, says with two tools provides lots of features by which he can significantly improve his project management efficiency. One feature, which is provided by SharePoint List Sync, particularly impressed him, according his review. He says with list sync features, he can easily check project progress, even in real time.
SharePoint and SharePoint List Sync both provide 30 day free trial. No profit organization can enjoy 20% discount form all of SharePoint web parts and add-ons. SharePointBoost ([http://www.sharepointboost.com/index.html]) also offers several free SharePoint products like SharePoint.