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We cannot through OOTB way to change the font family for the modern/new experience in SharePoint online. You need to use SharePoint Framework extension application customizer and inject your custom css. You need to use specific CSS selectors to target the sections of the page that you want to change. This article below shows how to inject an custom css, ...


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Short answer to your question is No. There is no SharePoint out of the box settings for changing font-family on modern experience. You can apply custom styles and colors using SharePoint site theming capabilities but you cannot change the font-family using it. As you already know, you can inject/apply custom CSS using SPFx application customizer & ...


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You can get the job title of user using jobTitle property. For example: Office365Users.MyProfileV2().jobTitle Output: I am not sure about fetching employee id directly using Power Apps. But, as per the documentation of Get user profile (V2) action, This action retrieves the profile of a specific user. Learn more about available fields to select: https://...


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Try settings DefaultSelectedItems property of manager data card to: If(!IsBlank(DataCardValue6.Selected.Email), { '@odata.type': "#Microsoft.Azure.Connectors.SharePoint.SPListExpandedUser", Claims: "i:0#.f|membership|" & Office365Users.ManagerV2(DataCardValue6.Selected.Email).mail, DisplayName: Office365Users.ManagerV2(...


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Automatic scroll is not supported in carousel layout of Highlighted content web part in SharePoint online. Also, you cannot change the behavior of SharePoint out of the box web parts. So, you cannot add auto scroll functionality to out of the box web part. You have to create your own web part using SharePoint Framework (SPFx). Sample web part for reference: ...


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You could add attachment to list item like the below: newItem.Update(); AttachmentCreationInformation attachmentCreateinfo = new AttachmentCreationInformation(); attachmentCreateinfo.ContentStream = new MemoryStream(System.IO.File.ReadAllBytes(@"C:\test.docx")); attachmentCreateinfo.FileName = "test.docx"; ...


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You can get the list of all Nintex workflows in your tenant using: Nintex Hawkeye PowerShell Check this thread for more information & PowerShell script: How can I find all the workflows in my O365 SharePoint tenant using PowerShell


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Go to site settings >> Workflow Inventory /_layouts/15/NintexWorkflow/WorkflowGallery.aspx You can find this option under site settings >> Nintex workflow In case you cannot access the Workflow-Inventory-page , please go to this URL Unable to access Workflow Inventory page


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Per my knowledge, you should execute the script for only one web application to register new Service Principal for Federated Search Skill in SharePoint Online, register new Application Principal for Federated Search Skill in SharePoint On-Premises, register EVO/eSTS as a Trusted Token Issuer at SharePoint On-Premises and grant appropriate permissions to ...


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I just realized, that I can't find #s4-workspace element anymore🤔. So, instead, I'm using element with data-automation-id='contentScrollRegion'. For example: document.querySelector("[data-automation-id='contentScrollRegion']").scrollTop = 0 More info here


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You could deactivate the user from the Microsoft admin center Or Azure Active Directory. With this, The Internal Property "AccountEnabled" will be set as False. However If these disabled users are already Synced via User profiles into sharepoint then it will be visible into sharepoint people search. SPS-HideFromAddressLists is internal OOTB ...


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This property is syncd from on-premise server and we can not edit it in online. As a workaround, you can try to add a new profile property called hidefromsearch, boolean type, allow indexed in search settings,set this property on at least 1 user profile before it will be picked up by the crawl: Wait for some time, create a new managed property that maps to ...


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looks like the issue with the different dlls in your GAC, try run this command, check the output. Get-ChildItem -Path C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\assembly\GAC_MSIL\*Microsoft.SharePoint*.dll -Recurse | ft Name,@{Label="Version";Expression={$_.VersionInfo.FileVersion}} -AutoSize if file versions are different thats your problem.Remove the one and test ...


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As per Get all site collections listed in SharePoint Admin center using Rest / Search / Graph api, all site collections created in tenant are stored in list "DO_NOT_DELETE_SPLIST_TENANTADMIN_AGGREGATED_SITECOLLECTIONS". So, you can create a simple flow like below using tenant admin account to notify user on new site creation: Where Site Address is ...


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You can create a Site Design, set it as the default (for Modern Team and/or Comm) which triggers a Power Automate flow or Azure LogicApp which sends an email, sends notification to a Team channel, etc. https://docs.microsoft.com/sharepoint/dev/declarative-customization/get-started-create-site-design


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https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/tenant-rename It is now possible with quite a few caveats.


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You can use this extension: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/my-apps-secure-sign-in-ex/ggjhpefgjjfobnfoldnjipclpcfbgbhl In addition, it will depend on Azure AD policies and if they have a session timeout.


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