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You can apparently force SharePoint to understand lists as "Product Catalog lists" by activating the Cross-Site Collection Publishing feature in Site Collection Features. Once this feature is activated, the Most Popular Items button appears on the LIST tab and the Popularity Trends button appears on the ITEMS tab whichever list you look at.


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Sad-face moment. Unfortunately RSS feeds from inside your SharePoint cannot be displayed inside of SharePoint. (Seems silly, but stay with me.) As MartijnE notes in the comment, there is a workaround to this using content search webpart instead of RSS feeds, gracefully explained here: ...


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Late to the party but for SP 2010 there's a much easier way detailed here: http://365.webbrewers.com/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=12 Add an empty div which is allowed and then populate the div with either inner html or append. And for adding scripts and iframes in SP2013: http://365.webbrewers.com/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=70 A bit trickier - add a ...


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This is a third party tailored made solution, exactly what I was looking for: http://spjsblog.com/commentbox-for-sharepoint/ I hope it can help somebody else !!



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