Currently this is not possible in SharePoint Online Modern experience by using OOTB functionalities.
You can read more about it on SharePoint Tech Community: Can you set the Quick Launch Menu as to default as collapsed with Modern Pages?.
Also, I found one UserVoice suggestion on SharePoint UserVoice, you can vote on it: Left menu/submenu expand and/or ...
In addition to swapping out the root site as described by @Diarmuid Deans, it seems it will soon be possible to Apply the communication site experience to the root site (see documentation to Modernize your root site).
The respective Road map item is scheduled for "November CY2019" (see roadmap).
According to the documentation the following PowerShell ...
You may try this
Change the library settings to show all the documents without folders
Identify column filters that can lower the number of items that would be displayed and Pin those columns to filter pane
Navigate to site pages , create a 'link' with those filters in url, something like
From your description, I think your site is a team site which is connected to Office 365 group.By default we could not change the group member permissions through UI interface.
As a workaround, you could use powershell command to ser GroupMember permissions to read.
Set-SPOSiteGroup -Site https://...
I can reproduce this issue in my environment.
When I search as a site Administrator, it returns 720 results on the result page. But when I search as an external user, it only returns 14 results, all of which are images and OneNote files.
It seems the default behavior SharePoint Online, even when the external user is granted with Edit permission in the site....
It’s not supported to customize the filters you see on the verticals of search.
Microsoft team mentioned that they’re ongoing on adding new filters and custom filters. Don't have an ETA yet but are experimenting with among others author refiners.
More information and update you can check the thread: SharePoint Online Search Filters - Managed Metadata
As a another user is a Member of your site he/she is having Edit permissions on the Site Pages library (these permissions are inherited from site level).
In order to restrict users from editing the pages, you have to options:
Prevent users from editing all pages
Prevent users from editing specific pages.
In both cases you need to use Stop Inheriting ...
Create a file , let's say customCSS.css inside your component folder and paste the below code :
display: none ;
Now in your main .ts file call this css file with the following syntax on top of the code :
To refresh the page on load only once, paste the below ...
For modern SharePoint Sites, you can use the Modern Script Editor web part.
It is developed by community members and works the same as the Content Editor web part.
Get the source code from below.
Modern Script Editor Web Part
Follow the steps mentioned in the README and you will be able to add the web part in your modern SharePoint Page.
Once the web ...
The feature may have been pulled back. See: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-SharePoint-Blog/Create-SharePoint-lists-from-Excel-or-other-lists/ba-p/533395#M4279
In any case:
You access it from the Site Contents page and the New dropdown there. (You may not have access to all of the options, and at least for me, they do not look like what ...
For people who can edit/create flows you can use the "Share" button at the top of the ribbon in your flow. To configure users only to run flows, there is a setting called "Run Only Users" where you can add users who can run but not edit.
What you can do is disable flows at site collection level. Check this reference link. I tried disabling using the below ...
In SharePoint Online Modern experience, you can use People web part to show the people profiles in your site.
Check below official documentation by Microsoft for the same:
Show people profiles on your page with the People web part
Add People Web Part in Modern SharePoint Online Office 365 Site.
Differences between classic pages and ...
This is not possible in SharePoint Online using OOTB capabilities of SharePoint.
However there are some workaround to achieve this:
Create an Event receiver to check the file type before uploading it to Document library like given at: Restrict File Types in SharePoint Document Library Upload using Event Receiver.
Create a Microsoft Flow which will check ...
Currently, there is no organization chart webpart in SharePoint modern page. You could vote on User Voice here:
You need to use spfx webparts to achieve this, here are some demos for you:
If you want to add custom icons in SPFX webparts then you can convert your image to base64 and set your image src with this base64 code. Like below
<img src='data:image/png;base64,iVB...' />
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You cannot add icons directly in Text webpart. You may need to develop your own SPFx webpart.
You can use Office UI Fabric icons in SPFx webpart as stated in below official documentation by Microsoft:
Usage of the Office UI Fabric icons in SPFx components.
You can find the official documentation of SPFx on how to setup environment and how to build your ...