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comment What will happen if I upload a spreadsheet into a list with a workflow set to start for each new item?
Thanks! I'm trying to test this through thought experiments before proposing it as a solution. This definitely helps.
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comment What does the error message “The source query parameter is not valid” mean?
Thank you! I was missing a character in the form URL encoded in my workflow.
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answered How can I define a “local” default value for Managed Metadata field in Content Type published from a Content Hub?
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asked How can I define a “local” default value for Managed Metadata field in Content Type published from a Content Hub?
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comment Adding default “Created” column to content type
The library is unfortunately not negotiable. Part of the third-party product is a custom library template that cannot be changed easily and without migrating a ton of content.
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comment Adding default “Created” column to content type
Brilliant. This worked for me. It's kind of a hack, but one made necessary by the way SharePoint handles standard columns. Thank you!