You can set a modern page as the home page. Go to the pages library. Select the desired page, on the top click ... you will see 'Make homepage' button.
Other way is right click on file for options and select the "Make homepage" option.
Unfortunately you can't go back to the classic look of a Site Page in SharePoint Online. You'll have to use a Wiki Page to use the classic look.
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In my experience, it shows the total number of page views since page creation. Though, the method to calculate page views is not known to me, so it could be different. Its not stored in any hidden list or something, but in some data store for which we dont have any API yet.
The Social Bar will appear on all modern SharePoint Online pages with
A modern page does not allow you to add a listview webpart to it.
If you need this functionality, a custom SharePoint Framework webpart would be the answer.
Also, it is not possible to switch a modern page to a classic page. If you need the classic page functionalities, webpart or wiki pages should be added (either in SitePages or in Pages library).
You can use SPFx webparts in modern pages and classic pages both.
Once uploaded in the app catalog and installed in the site collection, you can use it on the your classic pages which have custom page layouts and master page.
It will appear in the webpart gallery under the "Under development" section and then you add it like you add a normal webpart.
No its not possible either way.
This is a first party webpart, built by Microsoft. You can only change its layout from compact to descriptive and vice versa.
For your requirement, you need to develop your own custom SPFx webpart and consume graph APIs.
No, there's no default webpart and as far as I know there are no announcements regarding an out of the box webpart. One way to go is to build your own custom webpart with SPFx, but there's no api yet to read converstations. However, it is on the roadmap.
If you don't need left navigation , I would request you to use Communication site template,in this there has no left navigation.
Now , for your question the exact answer is ,there has no other way apart from SPFX app to hide the left navigation.
You need to build a SPFX app, as modern script editor , where you can inject your CSS , just like Classic in ...
Based on this, numerous customization options are not supported in the modern list/library like jslink field and view customization, custom css via alternate css url, custom masterpages, custom js embedded via User custom action etc.
Go to SPO settings > Site Pages, ensure that "prevent users from creating site pages" is set.
By default, its set to allow. Once you change this, you might need to wait for 24 hours to get the classic look back !
Using CSOM and powershell (need global admin rights) :
# Load SharePoint Online Client Components SDK Module
Import-Module 'C:\Program Files\...
As far as I know there is no supported way to hide the toolbar in the out-of-the-box views for lists. However, if you're using the List web part there is a property you can use to hide the command bar (toolbar).
No, SharePoint online doesn't provide out of the box solutions to acheive this.
You can use react script editor!
Or create a list for out of office users,
calaculate the coming date
modify view to show the employee as this filter
[coming date] > TODAY
Yes, you can create a power app containing form and whatever number of fields you want to specify , there are also lots of other elements that you can put on your app one of them is screen that you can use to show success message etc after form submit , mentioning the steps in brief here :
1.Create an App from blank from https://web.powerapps.com.
Hi SharePoint TestDev,
I think delete option is already exist on every comment column by clicking (...) but i am not sure the audience level whether all can delete the comments or only site owners can delete it
Follow below steps to add Hyperlinks on your Modern(Site) Pages:
Go to your page and Select Edit page from right top corner.
Click on + from section where you want to add hyperlink.
Select Text(AA) from Featured section.
Then select hyperlink/attachment pin in the text box web part or just click Ctrl+K inside text box web part.
You can activate web feature - SharePoint Server Publishing.
After that, Navigation settings will displayed in Site Settings as on picture below. Now it will be possible to add heading without link.
Also you can access navigation settings by the link - http://YOUR_SITE/_layouts/15/AreaNavigationSettings.aspx
I tested this with my own hub site and took screen grabs.
Edit the left rail navigation
Click on the '+' to get the Add a link dialogChoose "Header" and enter "Display name"Click "OK"
Repeat the process for your sub-itemIf you want to have a link to a document or list item, use the URL optionOtherwise just create another Header
Select your first sub-item ...
Looks like your tenant is in the standard release mode.
This capability is currently rolling out and available in targeted release tenants.
You can change the release mode of your tenant as mentioned here. Would suggest that you change the mode only if its a demo or acceptance environment.
Reference - Microsoft 365 Roadmap link
Solution for 1st question:
In SharePoint Online Modern Communication Sites, you can create a main menu with Nested links & sub-links and display the hierarchy in the form of a sitemap like shown in below image:
In SharePoint Online you can create either Header (without link) or URL for navigation to another pages/documents in your site. So you can ...
I dont think so there is any way to remove those OOTB shipped client side web parts. But as a workaround you can inject custom CSS to your page using SPFx Extensions - Application Customizer (still in preview so workaround doesnt apply to production tenant) to hide the element from the page.
The yammer webpart render as button having following code. Use ...
This doesnt seem to be possible yet via the UI.
However, based on this Customize "modern" site pages link, I was able to add metadata using CSOM C#. You can also modify the same code for PowerShell.
You need to ensure that you have the latest CSOM dll installed or atleast one after March 2017.
So I have a choice column whose internal name is TestChoiceCol ...
The Embed web part only support embedding content from secure websites. And SharePoint Online only support embedding content using the website address or iframe based embeds.
To add a Twitter Feed to a SharePoint page, we may need to add scripts (<script>….</script>) to the page.
Refer to this article about customizing the modern experiences in ...
Firstly, make sure you have activated "Site Pages" feature at site feature level.
Then go to the library that you want to create modern pages, and go to Library settings->Advanced settings->"Allow management of content types", set Yes.
Then click "Add from existing site content types", select content type from "Document content type" and select "Site Page" ...