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You can set permissions on individual documents, just as you can on libraries. Just pull up the item menu and select Manage Permissions.


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Working with lists and list items with REST url: http://site url/_api/web/lists method: POST body: { '__metadata': { 'type': 'SP.List' }, 'AllowContentTypes': true, 'BaseTemplate': 100, 'ContentTypesEnabled': true, 'Description': 'My list description', 'Title': 'Test' } Headers: Authorization: "Bearer " + accessToken X-RequestDigest: form digest ...


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You can consider the approach of Creating Content Type and then associating content type to document library. In this approach, however, you will have to create document libraries for each clients and then associate content type to document library. But the benefit here will be that once when you have created content type, change management will be easy ...


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I've found that Adrian Fiechter's Google Analytics for SharePoint 2013 / Office 365 .wsp solution works on WopiFrame.aspx pages. http://googleanalytics365.codeplex.com/


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The solution to this was a lot simpler than I expected: I activated content types for the site and set the Document Status column to 'Hidden' rather than 'Optional', and now the column can't be seen from the Excel. Just thought I'd answer my own post for anyone who finds themselves in a similar situation and comes across this.


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You could add a Yes/No column to the document library called CreatedEmailSent (and update the list content type to hide it so users don't see it in forms). When the document is added, CreatedEmailSent will have no value. Your workflow could check the value of this field every time it runs. The first time, when the field has no value (or is set to a default ...


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You can use 3-rd party solutions. For example, from VirtoSoftware: Html5 Bulk File Upload or Silverlight based Bulk File Upload.


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This article covers it off. I have found sometimes when I go insert, quick part, the meta data I have selected in my content type is not present. If I remove and re-attach the content type, this usually fixes it. I have also seen that I need to "edit template" in the parent content type to access these options, if that makes sense.


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Don, You could do an initial copy of the data to a new library using PowerShell. Any new entries would need an Event Receiver to fire off so that it copies that new item to the 2nd library you speak of. Jim


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The context menus do not show this type of information. You may want to explore the "Most Popular Items" option in the Library Ribbon, Share & Track section and/or the Popularity Trends found in the Site Settings, Site Administration section. However, to get more specific details you will likely need to enable/setup auditing and examine those reports. ...



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