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The exact solution for your problem is that you need to import the sharepoint commands after installation. Then type the required commands to connect to the online service. You also need to be tenant admin for your office 365 environment. Pls refer the picture below with exact details.


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Just edit the web part title to remove it. If you are deleting the web part and adding it back, it sounds like it is caching the values. Typically when you add the same list view web part multiple times, it appends an instance number in brackets signifying the number of list view web parts on the page as they can't have the same title. It sounds like a ...


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If this is exactly the URL you used in IE, there's a typo with the first apostroph sign: ‘ instead of a plain '.


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Goto your site settings -> site features -> deactivate the "Mobile Browser View" feature. type out the site url in your ipad or phone browser again, it should show the desktop version directly. No need to click on "..."


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In SP2013 there is a property of the view selector menu control called SurfacedPivotCount that controls the number of views shown horizontally before the rest get put into the ellipses menu. Apparently the default for the list view web part that gets created as the "main" view of the list (at the URL /site/Lists/MyList/AllItems.aspx) is 3, which is why it ...


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You can query the user information list to get all the users for a site. Use: http://siteUrl/_api/web/lists/getbytitle('User Information List')/items?$filter=Department eq 'Value'. This will return all the users with the department Value for that particular site.


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Add a new result source at your site collection level, configure search query in that result source to retrieve items related to "Task" content type. Copy the result source id. use REST search api to get the items from that result source, Or just create a search result webpart with result source. and implement display templates to customize the look and ...


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It must be a Microsoft account or an existing Office 365 account. Office 365 External Sharing External Sharing in Office 365 enables an organization to extend access to sites and site data with users that are not members of the Office 365 subscription or do not have accounts within the source Office 365 subscription. Individuals who do not ...


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=IF( [Modified]=[Created] , Me&" - "&TEXT(Today,"dd-mm-yyyy") ,Me) For more information on calculated fields: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/bb862071(v=office.14).aspx


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If the Modified date is the same as the Created date it is a New document =IF( [Modified]=[Created] , "new" , "existing" ) Today You can not get the Current (Today) date in a Calculated Column because (unlike Excel) the Formula is only updated when the Item is updated. Username You can not get the Username in a Calculated Column because the information ...


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There isn't anything native to do this. We have it included as part of a provisioning commandlet that follows our business logic for quotas and architecture. You could do it like this using SharePoint Online PowerShell module to update existing sites, and just include the Set-SPOUser in your provisioning: $sites = Get-SPOSite -limit all foreach ($site in ...


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I don't know of a way to change the actual column type, but in the same situation I did the following: Created a new column, using the people picker type Put the two columns side-by-side in a view, with my new people column to the right of my existing text column Put the list in Quick Edit mode by clicking the "Edit this list" link at the top of the view ...


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If you click on sites at the top, you will then notice three dots in the bottom right corner. If you click on them you can change the view to PC.


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You should be using REST with SharePoint online. The end point is formatted like this: [site]/_api/search/query?querytext='query' It is far easier to use and requests can be made from many platforms. The documentation is here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj163876.aspx You can either create a Result Source and use the SourceId ...


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You cannot use the same .app file directly. You need to perform the following steps: Register the app in Tenant B using AppRegNew.aspx page Copy the new client id and secret that is generated and put them in web.config Replace the client id in AppManifest.xml or while packaging the app give the new client id. Package the app again using new client id ...


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On 2013 CSR and the OnPreRender function is one, and maybe even the best way of skinning this cat. You will have to read the whole list and then not display the Form but a message. But you can do without CSR and make SharePoint do half the work for you. A quick and easy ductape patch from the olden days is to hide the NewForm contents. On the ...


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You can crate Before Event Handler to achive this. You can add business logic for checking the number of allowed records in the method itemAdding


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You can use "Pause until date" activity of SharePoint designer Workflow. For reference: Pause until date


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Create 2 calculated columns: 1. One column to calculate joining date - 2 days. Like so: =[Joining Date]-2 2. Second column to extract the above difference in dd-mm (or mm-dd) format. Like so: =TEXT([Joining Date],"dd-MM") In the workflow, format today's date as dd-mm or mm-dd and compare it with the 2nd column. If it is similar, send an email. Refer this ...


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I guess you have two options: To use a third party tool like ShareGate for this. I have used it and it works great. Use Provisioning Framework by PnP. P.S. If you have a publishing site, then you are left with option 1 for now.



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