Setting expiration date and password is not supported using personal OneDrive account comes with free Microsoft account.
You have to buy a Premium subscription (Microsoft 365 Family or Microsoft 365 Personal) for these.
With a Microsoft 365 subscription, you can add expiration dates and passwords to files you share in OneDrive to make them more secure.
This is not possible in SharePoint.
The SharePoint Site Collection Administrator cannot be locked out of any subsite, list, library, item, or page on the site.
The permissions inheritance for any of these elements can be broken at any time, and permissions changed so that even users with Full Control rights have lesser permissions or even no permissions at ...
To break permissions inheritance on folder inside document library, you have to use the REST endpoint like:
Manage File permissions using REST API
Break inheritance on a folder using REST
Sharepoint Rest API ...
You could go to SharePoint admin center -> Policies -> Sharing -> More external sharing settings -> Set "Guest access to a site or OneDrive will expire automatically after this many days". If your have set an expiration time for guest access, each guest that you invite to the site or with whom you share individual files and folders will ...
I would do like this. Would go to the main page in Site Settings => Site Permissions => Permission Levels. And there I would create a new group of permissions. And there it will already be possible to choose what is allowed and what is not. Including editing the material BUT do not add a new one
I'm almost positive this is a flaw in the sharepoint calendar design. When connecting a sharepoint calendar to outlook, it seems outlook sort of sets up a local cache calendar. This calendar lacks any permissions that the online calendar has and as a result it seems to let the local user make changes but it can never push them to sharepoint because the ...
This is not possible using SharePoint out of the box capabilities.
You have to break the item permissions & then grant necessary permissions on list item.
You can achieve this using SharePoint designer 2013 workflow which will run on item creation/update & perform above operations.
Check this documentation for 2013 workflow actions: Workflow actions ...