It depends on what plan of Dropbox you are using in your organization, Dropbox Basic or Dropbox Business.
For example, Microsoft has introduced a new tool called Mover that supports migration from Dropbox. It provides both Dropbox (Single User) Connector and Drobox Business (Admin) Connector.
If you are an administrator for Dropbox Business, you can ...
You can create a workflow or Microsoft flow/power automate to update the Email address field based on the Person or Group field.
If you are not going to use those email address values later (you don't need to save emails in column) and you just want to show the email in SharePoint list view then you can also achieve it using JSON ...
The question is how to create a new page using the Home layout, not how to set it as the new home page.
The easiest way is to go into the Site Pages library and create a copy your existing page, this will set the right layout.
Another way would be to create it using PowerShell:
Add-PnPClientSidePage -LayoutType Home -Name "New home!"
Per my knowledge, the issue still remains. I haven't heard there will be a permanent fix for it and users have post this requirement in uservoice.
There are some workarounds you can have a try with it.
A couple of things to start with, but the answer is going to be open a support case via admin.microsoft.com.
If you have an SSL decryption service/proxy, make sure to put the domains/IPs/IP ranges on a bypass list: Office 365 URLs and IP address ranges.
Verify Major Versions are enabled on the Document Library the document resides in. By default SharePoint ...
Out of the box, you can only add a filter on "[Me]" - so if the current user is the member of any group, then the [Me] keyword filter won't work. however, if you want to apply the filter on the SharePoint group you need to open the view in SharePoint designer and do the necessary changes.
Try following these steps:
Create a new view, and open the ...
I can reproduce this issue in my environment.
The new user is identified as an external user because it hasn’t been added to the tenant’s directory (although it has been listed in the Azure Active Directory).
I’m afraid there is not much we can do until SharePoint adds this user to User profiles in SharePoint admin center (_layouts/15/tenantprofileadmin/...
In this type of scenario we need to verify couple of things. From SharePoint online admin center navigate to user profile service, there try to find that user, if it is found there in the user profile directory, then there is no issue with the sync.
For details steps how to navigate to user profile in SharePoint online admin center, please refer the below ...
There is no supported way of removing or hiding it at the moment.
You can control the behaviour of it though, more information on that here.
There is a UserVoice request for the possibility to hide it, you can vote for that feature here:
Unfortunately these will have to be rewritten as they are not supported in SharePoint Online.
Depending on the solution you can rewrite these as SharePoint Add-Ins or as client side solutions using SharePoint Framework.