you'd click on one of the "+"-Signs and select Imageto insert.
If you're using classic (and you do, if you really have a wiki-page) you place the cursor where the image should be inserted, the go to ribbon -> insert -> picture
Click a picture
You can not "enlarge" a picture in SharePoint-Standard. However, since the picture ...
Unfortunately you can't. Site templates just provides different features and page layouts enabled based on template type. So what you have to do is activate all features required. But what specific feature you are looking in team site. As per my understanding all the features available in team site is by default available in publishing site. But it is not ...
All the approaches you outlined are identical. If you add them to the Office 365 Group in the various ways you can do so, they will have the appropriate access to Teams, SharePoint, and any other associated applications (Planner, Yammer, Stream, etc.).
These requests usually get emailed to the Site Owners group members.
You can check by going to the Site Settings page for the site and there clicking Site Permissions. There click Access Request Settings.
You could take a look at this article. It talks about padding numbers with leading zeroes which you may be able to modify with a calculated column.
Below is the general idea, slightly modified to your situation.
Column1 is the field of your first ...
In case anyone is interested. Now it's possible to do this using below PowerShell CMDLET.
Remove-SPOSiteGroup -Site https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/marketing -Identity GroupToRemove
AFAIK, the Yammer webpart on modern pages allows you to configure a Yammer group so, users can add comments to the updates and also create new updates. In other words, you have the whole functionality of a Yammer group inside a modern page. In addition to this, you should set off the comments on the SharePoint page so users will not be annoyed trying to ...
yes, this is similar to "Everyone except external users" SharePoint group. Although this group can have members, but it's content will be visible to all users from your organization and they can post content even though they are not members of the Group.
Similar will happen if you have Office 365 connected SharePoint site, "Everyone except external users" ...
I think what you trying is not possible, rather create a new external group and add the users in it.
"You can create a group that includes external users, called an external group. You must create the group as an external group - you can't change an existing internal group to be an external group."
Create and manage external groups in Yammer
Can't do with the "modern" Text Web Part as you cannot edit the HTML. You would need to add a NAME or ID attribute to an HTML tag.
A recent discussion as to why here: How to use html code in modern UI
No, you can't control the login process or any part of it. And that's a good thing because you don't want to be on the hook when things break.
You'll need to find another way to pass your data to the home page.
Here's what you can do .
For accessing the information present in Message Center you need to download Office 365 Service Communications Power Shell Module from Git Hub.
Download the library, and un-zip the file
Now you will need to relocate the module files.
Follow this script below :-
Import-Module Location where you have downloaded your files from ...
1.Try going to IIS and checking to make sure the App Pool you are using is started. A lot of times, you will produce an error that shuts down the app pool. You just need to right click and Start and you should be good to go.
2.Often, this error occurs because an error or configuration change has occurred that requires an update to your Application Pools, an ...
It is a auto generated SharePoint group containing all O365 group owners. This is by design. Anyone who is an Owner of the Group is also a Site Collection Administrator on the SharePoint site.
2.Please do permission check on the user in Owner Group, they shall be granted full control permission in the group Connected team site.
3.You can do permission ...
Just to add, if you want to add 'Visitors' in your SharePoint site, then adding them in the O365 group will not work. Adding users to O365 group will give them default 'Member' access, i.e. contributor permission in SharePoint.
In this case, you need to click on the 'Advanced Permission settings' from the bottom of the 'Site Permission' popup. It will land ...