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You can get the JSON code applied to column formatting using PnP PowerShell like: $field = Get-PnPField -List "JSONFormatting" -Identity "Status" -Includes Title,CustomFormatter $field.CustomFormatter Output: You can also get the JSON using SharePoint REST API like: <siteUrl>/_api/Web/Lists/getByTitle('JSONFormatting')/fields?$...


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You can get the recycle bin items based on Original Location like below: Get-PnPRecycleBinItem | ? DirName -Like '*/mylib' Use DirName column for Original Location. Example: Get-PnPRecycleBinItem | ? DirName -Like '*/Lists/Test_List’ Output:


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Try settings UserDisplayOptions property to 'NamePhoto' 'UserDisplayOptions' = 'NamePhoto'


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If your invoices are of a consistent format (formatting of the invoice is the same), take a look at SharePoint Syntex which can extract the contents of say the company invoiced, amount, and so forth and add it to a Document Library column. You would still need to take the emailed invoices and use Power Automate to place it in the proper library, of course.


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Try this: Set-PnPListItem -List "Demo List" -Identity 1 -Values @{"Editor"="testuser@domain.com"} -UpdateType UpdateOverwriteVersion -UpdateType Specifies the update type to use when updating the list item. Possible values are "Update", "SystemUpdate", "UpdateOverwriteVersion". Update: Sets field ...


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