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Workflows will be copied but you need to make them run manually. This article will help you to understand what site template contains. SharePoint 2010 “Save as template” (what is saved, what is not saved)


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An alternative solution for when saving a site as a template doesn't work, whether it's for size reasons or other reasons is to use the Office 365 PnP poweshell. https://github.com/OfficeDev/PnP-PowerShell Using the Provisioning Engine built into the powershell, you can quickly extract a template of a site using Get-SPOProvisioningTemplate. While this ...


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MC Technet support: You have to "change the name of the notebook manually". My current workaround is to remove all the site notebooks with wrong file name by deactivating "Website notebook" in the website features, and reactivating it afterwards. I also removed the notebook from the site template, so future sites only need to activate the feature.


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Yes this is possible. You need to go to the "/_layouts/15/AreaTemplateSettings.aspx" page. On that page, just ensure that your only your template is available on the right hand side. Also, make sure you have site collection admin rights.


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OK, found the problem. I was making some test with a module and a feature in development environment. I was changing the url where the file of the module were dployed. When I open SharePoint Manager 2010, I found the some file in diferentes places. I delete all missing files. Then worked perfectly.


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In this scenario, you have to create the new subsite without any template then import the Asite on that url. New-SPWeb -Name "Asubsite" -Url "http://sharepoint.com/sites/Bsite/Asite/" Now run the import command.


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Try the Summary Links web part. You can add links under group headers: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Use-and-configure-a-Summary-Link-Web-Part-or-a-Summary-Link-field-control-00d8ac9c-b7a6-43ee-90ed-e7db181e61a9#bm1



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