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One way to do this is by creating a PowerShell script, the PnP PowerShell Library is a popular choice to manage SharePoint (both on premise and online). Example follows to mass update a list. Note that the Name columns internal name is FileLeafRef. Connect-PnPOnline -Url https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/sitename -Credentials (Get-Credential) $...


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If you go into one of the libraries and to the good old advanced permissions view you can use the "Check permissions" button in the ribbon and type in the user in question. This will tell you which group the user has access through. The Office 365 group is automatically added into the SharePoint Groups, owners in the owner group - members and guests into ...


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Rune's script is great. One thing to add is that you it may be better to use Connect-PnPOnline -Url https://domain.sharepoint.com/sites/sitename -Credentials (Get-Credential) There are chances user is using another account to login the machine. It may cause some trouble if end user have no idea about PowerShell. You will need to have SharePoint Online ...


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You can trigger the workflow on item creation or modification bur executing the actual workflow logic (action) write an if condition like - if filename equals (or some other criteria) "This file" then perform your rest of the action, this way we can execute workflow action based on the attributes. However, if you have a third party product like Nintex - you ...


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You can 1. Save library as template without the items. 2. Create new library based on that template. 3. Copy some of the items from original to new one (presumably for dev you don't need all items)


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Per my knowledge, there is no similar feature to page viewed times in list view. You can post this idea in UserVoice for MS team to take a look at. For what we have now in SharePoint Online, we can check the site usage. You can have a quite clear view with more decent data about the usage of contents in your site.


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The "old style" links still work, even though SharePoint uses a different redirection URL when switching views in the UI. On any Modern View, if you choose the advanced option to "Edit this View", you get the old classic interface to configure view settings, including, at the very top, the URL to that view and the option to customize the view's page file ...


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It is by default that metadata navigation cannot be used in a Document Set.


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As @Amy_MSFT states, this is complex. I was given this exact task, and after some research, here is what my approach was. I wanted something that exactly simulates clicking the "Sync" button for a library. So, I knew I had to generate the sync links, and either force the click event, or have the user click a link to kick off the sync. The link behind that "...


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