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You can create a "remote event receiver", where O365 calls your service that is hosted on your machine when an event occurs. So, if an announcement is added to a list, for example, O365 would call a WCF service that you registered for that event. That WCF service could be running on an IIS box in your own data center. The only difficulty with this is that MS ...


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You can add a permission level on the top level site of a site collection. You can find this by going to Site Settings -> Site Permissions -> Permission Levels (in Permissions tab) -> Add a Permission Level. From here you can recreate a Contribute group. Here's an article that has the default permissions for each level as well if you want to ...


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In order to develop SharePoint solutions (farm or sandboxed), you must have SharePoint server installed. You can develop SharePoint apps without SharePoint Server, but you may need the Office Developer Tools, depending on your version of Visual Studio (the latest version of 2013 may have them installed already). SharePoint 2013 does not support Windows ...


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Try giving "Read" permission to "Web" in AppManifest.xml and it should work.


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It's not possible to restrict external sharing of folders, since this is controlled on the site collection level in the SharePoint Admin Center. Either you allow external sharing on the entire site collection, or you don’t. Reference: Restricting Office 365 Users from sharing folders to external users


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Usually the search site you're refering to, is a different site collection which doesn't have the same navigation as the site collection you're searching from. You can test this by adding a search query and see where you're result page is. If you see the following URL as the result page, then this is your case: ...


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There are many things to consider when migrating to SP online. Things most important to ask are what functionality to you currently have and can the cloud support it. Not everything in an on-premises installation can be done online. You need to do a complete analysis as suggested here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh852518.aspx ...


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You can grant anonymous access to anyone with a guest link for a specific document: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Share-sites-or-documents-with-people-outside-your-organization-80e49744-e30f-44db-8d51-16661b1d4232 As for folders and entire lists it is not possible in SharePoint Online: http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/154/t/214014.aspx ...


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Not, for do work in SharePoint from Visual Studio is required have install SharePoint (2010, 2013) in you local machine. For know how to install SharePoint in Windows 7/8 read this: Installing Sharepoint 2013 Windows 7


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As an alternative to Amal's answer, if the files are stored at the One Driver for Business(from the my site feature of SharePoint) you can use the Content Search Web Part to list the documents that are stored in SharePoint and since before showing the results, SharePoint applies the user's permissions to the results the users will only see the files shared ...


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Would it work for you to create a View that shows the pending items and then create an Alert based on that view that will send weekly emails? http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/14185.sharepoint-2010-use-alerts-and-views-to-send-selective-emails.aspx Based on your comments, I am under the impression that you are trying to create a ...


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You can create a condition to check if the 'Status' is 'Pending' and send a e-mail with a workflow. See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNxD82KiUhQ You can use this powershell and create a task of windows to run the workflow weekly $sourceWebURL = '<URL>' $sourceListName = '<List Name>' $TargetWorkflow = '<Workflow Name>' $spSourceWeb = ...


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Sure, SP.Web object in SharePoint 2013/Online exposes the following methods: 1) Web.GetFolderById REST endpoint: /_api/web/GetFolderById('<folder unique id>') 2) Web.GetFileById REST endpoint: /_api/web/GetFileById('<file unique id>')


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Open your Excel Online Spreadsheet, and select to edit the spreadsheet in Excel (not Excel Online). On the REVIEW tab select Allow Users to Edit Ranges in the Changs Group Click New and select cells to restrict Click Permissions... and chose the group that are allowed to edit (and select Allow). Click OK to save the setting and save your Excel Online ...


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Workflow History List is hidden by default. You can open it by typing the URL http://sharepointsiteurl/lists/Workflow%20history/AllItems.aspx Or using SharePoint designer Open site in SharePoint Designer From Left Navigation Click All Files Click Lists Right Click Workflow History and Select Properties From the new window uncheck "Hide from browser" ...


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This is your lucky day, since it's always been quite hard do develop using PowerShell. However, the script has already been published and is free to use. You find the script here: List all Distribution Groups and their Membership in Office 365. ...


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The top level site collection uses the Developer Template which doesn't come with the Content Editor Web Part. I had to create a new Site Collection using the Team Site template and all the features I'm used to showed up.


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You can hide those using CSS. Add following into the master page #O365_MainLink_ShellMail #O365_MainLink_ShellCalendar { display:none; }


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To enable Onedrive in Office 365 Dev subscription, a license needs to be assigned to the user ( in this case admin). Steps - Go to Office 365 Dashboard. Click on Assign user licenses on right side. Select the user and assign license using the panel on the right side. Once done, OneDrive option will be available in the top navigation bar.


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OneDrive is part of Sharepoint so it is included. Check your top navigation for that.


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While logged in to your Office 365 Outlook Web Access page, click on the settings icon next to your name and pick options. On the left hand side menu, choose "Settings", then in top breadcrumb pick "calendar" and voila, now you can pick your calendars appearance with regards to which days you want to show up in your calendar views. Hope this helps


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Please have a look at similar question here: Add list item using anonymous user in public website of shareopint 2013 office 365 Most of them recommend using http://anonymous365.codeplex.com solution to select what permissions you want to give to anonymous users on the list. Another way suggested was to use Impersonation step in a Workflow, but I can't ...


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I have added corresponding O365 account as member to site owner group. And now it works. Probably account needs at least permission level Design, even if it's just uploading an aspx page to a document library (independent from its content).



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