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Try putting the script in a separate javascript file, store it in a document library or asset library, and add the link to the file in the Content Link box of the content editor web part.


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It is really simple. The best way is creating an External list using Visual Studio. Here is a service class I wrote. public partial class BlogArticleService { private const string FeedUrl = "http://blogs.microsoft.com/feed/"; private const string DateDisplayFormat = "MM-dd-yyyy"; private static List<BlogArticle> blogArticles = new ...


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Yammer has no RSS-feeds available for you. So that way is closed (all though it exists third party tools that claims they can give you an RSS feed for yammer, like https://zapier.com/zapbook/yammer/rss/3798/create-rss-feed-of-yammer-messages/). I would encourage you to explore the Yammer API:s, that might be useful (like ...


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I'm not sure what are you going to do, so here is different options. If you want to show tweets from company's account, you can try to use embedded timeline. It's ready-to-use script, you just need to add it to your page (for example, with Content Editor Web Part). It's not customizable though. If previous solution doesn't fit, you can use some scripts on ...


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Its feasible, but that would be a lot of work. First you would probably need to set up a custom BCS connection that hits a Facebook web service or RSS feed. Then create a facebook content type(s) that is Posts, etc. How often do you want to query Facebook for content? You will have to pick apart the data and put the data where it needs to go, in specific ...


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Have you tried viewing the web page in question as the Crawl Account to see what content the RSS View is displaying?


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A good way to solve you problem is create a Web Part that use the yammer APIs, like the following example: var embedFeed = function ( network, prompt ) { yam.connect.embedFeed ( { container : '#embedded-group-feed', network : network, config : { header : false, promptText : prompt }, ...


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create a new web application in C# and copy this code to the Page Load function. Replace the "consumerKey, consumerSecret, accessToken, accessTokenSecret" with your own key details and run the application. // oauth application keys var consumerKey = "Your Key"; var consumerSecret = "Your Key"; var accessToken = "Your ...


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AFter adding an RSS Viewer web part onto your desired page, if you may notice the headlines& content only being visible when the page is checked out, add a script editor web part to the same page that you have the RSS Viewer. In it, add the following code: <Script Type="text/javascript"> function CustomUpdateFormDigest() { ...



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