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As a supplement, from the SharePoint Designer feature deprecation article, Microsoft said that: Users who have previously leveraged SharePoint Designer to create custom Forms are instead able to utilize PowerApps for this purpose. PowerApps is an easy and powerful tool that allows users operating in the SharePoint Online Modern experience to create and edit ...


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If you just want to embed something on SharePoint online page using iframe, you can use SharePoint out of the box Embed web part. And if you want to achieve this using SPFx react only, you should be able to use iframe without any problem --> I think this is the best way to embed external pages using SPFx react. Similar threads: How to embed Qlik Sense ...


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It is now possible to change the search placeholder text for a specific (sub) site or an entire site collection using PnP PowerShell. Example: Set-PnPSearchSettings -Scope Site -SearchBoxPlaceholderText "My custom search placeholder" You can find the detailed steps at: SharePoint Online: How to change the placeholder text in the search box


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Try using this: LookUp(Desks, DeskID = ThisItem.ReservedDeskID, Building.Value)


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SharePoint groups are not supported for audience targeting in SharePoint online modern experience. Azure AD groups (including security groups and Microsoft 365 groups) are supported with the exception of AAD dynamic groups. Documentation: Target content to a specific audience on a SharePoint site Currently you can only use AD groups or Microsoft 365 ...


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No. SharePoint online modern experience does not support InfoPath customizations. If you want to use InfoPath, you have to switch back to classic experience. Modern options: Show or hide columns in a list or library form Configure the list form - using JSON Customize a SharePoint list or library form by using Power Apps


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Creating a list using App option is old/classic experience way. While, Creating a list using List option is new/modern experience way. For your case, to create a custom list, you can use either one of the options & it should work for you without any problem. Additional: If you want to create a new list using modern experience list templates or From ...


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To filter library documents based on a column using highlighted content web part KQL/CAML query, the column has to be mapped to a managed property. You can take a reference to my answer in this thread: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/answers/questions/408476/how-to-filter-sharepoint-online-queries-kql-docume.html


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Actually. Easy way. Just add a blank row, with some text stating what the user needs to do, and remove this from all views, except your Dynamic Filter view.


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If you just want to show the data in text column in list view, you can use below JSON code: { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "div", "txtContent": "[$PeoplePickerColumn.title]" } Make sure you are using correct ...


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---------------------------Update------------------------------- The result is the same as you when creating a new item, we recommend you get support from Microsoft. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/business-video/get-help-support?view=o365-worldwide --------------------------------------------------------------------- I could not reproduce ...


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You can update the page properties using Send an HTTP request to SharePoint action like: Method: POST Uri: _api/web/lists/getbytitle('Site Pages')/items(1) Headers: Accept: application/json;odata=verbose Content-Type: application/json;odata=verbose If-Match: * X-HTTP-Method: MERGE Body: { "__metadata": {"type":"SP.Data....


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I tried to reproduce this issue on our SharePoint site & observed the same behavior for Date only columns. However, it is working as expected for Date and Time columns. I will suggest to create a Support ticket with Microsoft for this issue. Update: Manual input in date field is working for me on Standard release tenant. Facing this issue on Targeted ...


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We have a Choice column type in SharePoint. Which can be used as a radio buttons: You can see the Display choices using: setting under More options.


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You can develop a SharePoint Framework web part for your requirements. Check below SPFx sample which will help you to get started. You can download it & use it as is or enhance the functionality as per your requirements: SPFx React Feedback web part


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I know this is a very old thread. But, this is now possible with the new List comments feature in SharePoint online. You can get a colleague’s attention to an list item by @mentioning them within list comments & they will receive an email notification. Check detailed information at: SharePoint Online/Microsoft Lists: @mention people in list comments


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I have found the solution. I am posting here, it may useful for others. I have login for the translator user account (eg: Owner Test). Then go to ViewAccount -> Settings & Privacy Then go to the Display language and change it to the relevant language (Chinese). All the SharePoint controls will change it to Chinese. Then go to the Navigation menu and ...


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Follow below steps: Go to SharePoint list Click on Settings (Gear) icon --> Select List settings On list settings page, scroll down to Columns section Click on your choice column name. Copy & paste all choices on column settings page in Type each choice on a separate line: textbox Scroll to the bottom of column settings page --> Click OK to ...


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This is not possible using SharePoint online out of the box capabilities. You have to develop the Application customizer SPFx extension to add the links at the top of page. You can use page placeholders from Application Customizer. Below are some SPFx extension samples to get started with: Tenant Global NavBar Application Customizer Modern Team Sites (...


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You can get the profile picture of user in JSON using: "elmType": "img", "attributes": { "src": "=@currentWeb + '/_layouts/15/userphoto.aspx?size=S&accountname=' + @currentField.email", "title": "@currentField.title" } ... You can use one of the below profile picture size in ...


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If your documents are office files, I suggest you use Office inline comments feature. To use it, users need to open the file, then they will find Comment feature like the below: Besides, there is a blog listed other methods for your reference: https://sharepointmaven.com/6-ways-to-add-comments-to-documents-in-sharepoint/


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Another way to achieve the same result is by building and deploying an spfx solution to the app catalog. As @Ganesh mentioned the modern script editor, it's ok as a solution, but i always find myself needing of some other feature that could provide usefull. A complete guide of how to build and deploy an spfx solution with custom user greeting can be found ...


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@Shahul Hameed @Jimas has suggested a good solution for testing an upper boundary, but in addition to his well-informed and detailed suggestion, I also Believe you should test the lower boundary of your list threshold issue. I have encountered this very issue myself, on-prem - with a different version of SharePoint some years ago. It had nothing to do with ...


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Controlling comments at the list level should be released this month (June 2021). https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=70706


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From my experience, exceeding the list view threshold means, basically, 2 things. that the results are more that the list view threshold that sharepoint takes a long running query to iterate over a large dataset, which transaltes in time consuming queries and if the entries are over a limit, SQL Server might enforce a lock on the table. These are the basic ...


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Try using below JSON: { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "a", "txtContent": "@currentField.desc", "style": { "font-size": "13pt" }, "attributes": { "href": &...


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There is no option to convert existing list in datasheet view to a regular custom list. As a workaround, you could export data from existing list by using "Export to Excel", then create a list by using "Import Spreadsheet" in the site contents.


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If you are using SharePoint online, you can use JSON formatting to customize how fields/list views in SharePoint lists are displayed. For more information check below documentations: Use column formatting to customize SharePoint Use view formatting to customize SharePoint Also check List formatting GitHub repository where you can find different column/view ...


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All Excel-style expressions begin with an equal (=) are only available in SharePoint Online (not in SharePoint 2019). In SharePoint 2019, you have to use the Abstract Syntax Tree (AST) expressions. So try using below JSON: { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v1/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType&...


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You can find all available classes at: Reusable SharePoint Online Classes for Modern UI Also, you can apply background color using style property, like: "elmType": "div", "style": { "background-color": "#ff0000" } ... You can use any combination of Hex color as per your requirements.


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I tried the below code and it's working fine public async GetSampleListItems(ListTitle: string): Promise<any[]> { debugger; let ListCardItemsArray: ListCardListItem[] = []; let ListCardListItm: ListCardListItem = null; let resultsArray: any = []; return await new Promise<any[]>(async (resolve, reject) => { try { ...


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This is a default behavior in SharePoint Online team site. By default it only shows the Microsoft 365 groups in Group membership Panel. To add users to the SharePoint groups, you need to go to the Site Settings --> People and groups URL: <siteUrl>/_layouts/groups.aspx To grant permissions users or SharePoint groups, you need to go to the Site ...


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Referring to your previous JSON given here, try using below JSON for your requirements: { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "div", "children": [ { "elmType": "span", "txtContent": "@...


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Try this: Change GetListItems() function to: //here i am calling my method let sourceID = await this.GetSourceID("https://contosa.sharepoint.com/:u:/r/sites/Sample/SampleLibrary/Sample.vsdx?d=we836259ffe4b4f6c96ca6dd1118e6629&csf=1&web=1&e=B2w69d"); ListCardListItm["SourceID"] = sourceID; & use: public async GetSourceID(...


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There are no supported ways to tweak default list view search box using SPFx. Workarounds: If you want a permanent filter on list view, you can apply it from View settings. Documentation: Use filtering to modify a SharePoint view If you want a temporary filter/search via textbox, you can do this using query parameter in URL like: https://tenant.sharepoint....


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Unfortunately, currently there is no way to provide multiple Address/URLs for a single navigation link. For more information, check below documentations: Create multilingual communication sites, pages, and news Set up a multilingual site name, navigation and footer


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This is not supported using JSON Formatting yet. Unlike the header and the footer, body configuration only allows defining one or more sections and adding one or more columns into each of those sections. Source: Configure custom body with one or more sections


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You can create a calculated column with conditions based on two columns like: =IF(AND([Flight Type] = "Orientation", [Aircraft type] = "Airbus 100"), "Task 1", IF(AND([Flight Type] = "Orientation", [Aircraft type] = "Airbus 200"), "Task 2", IF(AND([Flight Type] = "Orientation", [Aircraft ...


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I tried replicating the error you are getting & your calculated column formula seems fine. Output: Note: Sometimes comma(,) does not work in formula (I am not sure but it is based on something language or regional settings on your site). So in that case use semicolon(;) instead of comma(,). Set The data type returned from this formula is: to Single ...


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To open the classic experience page in full screen by default, you could place the following JavaScript code in a Script Editor Web Part, the code snippet will cause the screen to go to focused full screen mode when the page is loaded. <script type="text/javascript"> window.addEventListener('load',function() { SetFullScreenMode(true); });...


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When you set up a home site, Search scope for the site will be changed to tenant-wide search. Source: Set up a home site in SharePoint Online Search for the site is scoped to all sites within the organization. Having a great search experience is critical for the success of the home site. Learn more about Microsoft Search Source: Set up a home site for your ...


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Per my knowledge, there is no effect on SharePoint modern search.


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You can append ?IsDlg=1 to calendar URL like: https://tenant.sharepoint.com/sites/siteName/Lists/Events/calendar.aspx?IsDlg=1 Output:


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Currently it is not possible to show SharePoint out of the box fields like Created, Modified, Created By, Modified By, etc. on list forms in modern experience using JSON. You can add those by customizing the list form using Power Apps.


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I don't think there is any query parameter for Tiles view. But, you can save the default document library view as a Tiles view from Switch view options dropdown.


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Add below JSON on managed metadata column: { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "div", "txtContent": "@currentField" } Output: Or this: { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/...


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You have to add the column in list view in order to reference it in JSON formatting code. So there is no way to remove them from view & use it in JSON. My suggestion: Apply JSON formatting to all these utility columns which will just show the small icon (maybe information icon) in list view & on hover icon, you can show it's data in custom cards. ...


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With regard to your comment about the Open in Explorer button in a document library, IE is your only option because that is an ActiveX function, and none of the modern browsers support ActiveX. In SPO, Microsoft is ever-so-gently nudging you into using the OneDrive client, because the alternative to the Open in Explorer button is to click the Sync button. ...


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Microsoft recommends the Microsoft Edge browser for use with SharePoint Online. So IMO, The new Microsoft Edge is the best browser to use with SharePoint Online. Also, both new Microsoft Edge & Google chrome browsers are based on Chromium. You can find more detailed comparison in this article: Google Chrome vs. Microsoft Edge: Which browser is best?


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You can add color to hyperlink like below: { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "div", "style": { "margin-left": "=if([$IsChild] == 'Yes','40px','0px')", "width": "500px" }, "...


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