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Not sure if you know rest api but This should return the url of the thumbnail --> /_api/web/lists/getbytitle('title')/items(itemid)?$select=EncodedAbsThumbnailUrl


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Just to add for future Googlers, the custom view didn't work for me as it only sums up files in the folder, and doesn't do any recursive sums. But Tim's comment on the OP's question was helpful for me, and may be helpful for others who end up here. The Site Settings > Storage Metrics section shows a recursive total size for folders and libraries. ...


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list = the primary "row" is data, and there may or may not be a document to attach. library = the primary "row" is a document, and there may or may not be additional data fields to enter. Also, while lists store attachments, the attachments aren't version controlled, and the user experience is not so great.


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(I am new so would have added this as a comment if I could) The trigger of the Approval when setup through the PowerAutomate section on site pages adds an additional input parameter of message as default. This could be the dynamic value you are after?


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When you edit the view of the site pages, you will find Approver comments and Check in Comment. The dynamic content "Comments associated with moderation of list item" is Approver comments. The Check in Comment is what you want. And per my test, there is no dynamic contents represent the Check in Comment. To get this comment, you may need to send ...


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Make sure you have appropriate permission for the site collection where the library is located, such as Full control permission.


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I Suggest you split the documents into a new view to reduced to less than 5000. In addition,display 12 or more columns of the following types can cause a list view threshold error: people, lookup, and managed metadata, display columns of other types will not.


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no one's actually answered his question; it's partly a function of maybe not understanding what he's asking. I have the same need: develop multiple pages each with a distinct filtered view of a single document library. In SharePoint 2010 Ganesh is correct. But in Modern SharePoint pages using a Document Library web part leads to a world of pain and ...


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Per my test, according to the provided screenshot, this custom permission allows users to only read documents but not upload documents. Please check whether users only have this custom permission in this document library.


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I tried many settings and found that there is no configuration allow site visitor users to share the documents. Check image below : So, you must have edit permissions to share the file to user "Anyone with the link" option in the sharing popup. I have generated all the sharing links using Power-Automate using admin rights and then on the dashboard ...


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Refer to this article, we can disable property promotion in SharePoint On-premises versions only, not in SharePoint online.


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Modifying files in hive is not recommended as they tend to get overwritten during service pack installations or by configuration wizard.


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Do you use a custom content type? If so, is the new version also uploaded with the same content type? You mention that the new version contains the copied contents. Do you also copy the properties from the original document? (under File > Info > Properties) Paul


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Here is a little trick which may help you, as you mentioned saving or editing does not trigger. After you saving/editing, and the flow is not triggered, then edit the flow, simply do nothing and save it directly. Check if the flow has been triggered. In my end it works for a copied flow which does not trigger by item/file change. It simply happens with some ...


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Please Check if you have specified any trigger conditions. For example, flow should only fire on a specific content type.


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I'd develop an event receiver, that would trigger each time an update occurs. The code of the ER would compute the hash of the binary file (this assumes the file are not expected to be "too big") and store the result in a dedicated custom field. When you go through the versions of the item, you can then compare the hash for each of them.


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I suggest you use PowerShell. 1.Create a column first. Then write the name of the folder which each document should go in the column. 2.Run below PowerShell. #get the web $web=get-spweb "your web url" #get the library $list=$web.lists['library name'] #get all files $files=$List.RootFolder.files for($i = 0; $i -lt $files.Count){ $file=$files[$i] #...


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You can use rest api as /_api/web/Lists/getByTitle('<List Name>')/items?$select=<column Internal Name> to get all the value in this column


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This is the default behavior when approving in the dialog box. As a workaround, cancel the dialog box and cahnge the permission under Pending Requests, find the request you want to update, click the ellipses... to open the menu> select the permission level you’d like to assign the user: Reference: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/set-up-and-...


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You may have settings set to Edit by default in your SharePoint admin center. you can change this to "View" #Updated answer It doesn't matter what permissions you have unless you have explicitly restricted them, even if you are logged as "Visitor" you can share "View only" link to document, follow the screenshot below you can ...


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