The @pnp/spfx-controls-react controls use code that isn't available from outside the library to achieve the results you're looking for. However, you can use the code in your own solution.
Take a look at:
In your code,...
I figured out a solution.
Add-PnPFileToProvisioningTemplate -Path SiteTemplate.xml -Source '.\resources\MyImage1.png' -Folder 'CompanyAssets'
Which inserted the MyImage1.png into the CompanyAssets folder in the newly provisioned Team site.
This might be late but posting the solution in case someone else comes across this issue.
Go to your SP Tenant Apps page:
Click Purchase Apps
Find the app that you want to add
You can verify if the app was successfully added for all the users in your tenant by ...
I am not sure which migration tool you are using - but in general all migration tools like ShareGate, Metalogix, Microsoft Migration tool provides two ways of migration,
Migrate site object with copy structure which will do the as-is migration, a complete replica of the source to target except for the custom solution.
Migrate only content which will allow ...
for SharePoint Online and Office 365 Tenant id is same as Azure directory id.
above URL will return JSON for open id connect. Extract guid from token_endpoint property. extracted GUID is your Tenant Id(Tenant Id and directory id is same)
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 ...
Go to the below URL:
By default, InfoPath service is disabled in the modern admin center:
Once we click on the "Allow" checkbox, we will get the below message, so now this ...
No, anonymous access is not possible. Earlier there was a special public site collection for this purpose, but it was discontinued in 2015.
As to the second part of your question, I do not think embedding it would be ok even if you managed to solve the authentication bit somehow. I would consider making a public wiki on another service or look into external ...
You need to enable exteranal sharing in SharePoint Online.
Please go to SharePoint Online admin center-> policies-> Sharing. Set the level to "Anyone."
Thus you could share the wiki page to anyone with the link.
Please elaborate more on what type of solution you have - in general we cannot migrate or deploy the custom visual studio solution to SharePoint online, we need re-develop the solution using the modern technology SharePoint Framework (SPFx).
You could use formula as Ganesh said via List settings->Validation settings->type the formula as below:
=IF([Choice]="Banana",IF(OR(ISBLANK([Start date]),ISBLANK(End date)),false,true),true)
Since the single column validate cannot refer to other column value, we cannot add the formula under certain column.
Based on your description, I assume you use the SharePoint Online modern page list web part.
Unfortunately, we cannot edit the content type in the list web part in modern page by default.
As a workaround, I suggest you click "see all" to direct to list and change the item content type.
For keeping to open with classic issue, what the column formatting you added before you found the issue?
As a workaround, you can save the list as template (include content) and create a new list to use this saved template, check if you can create new item with new experience.
For the location column issue, since location column is a new experience feature,...
As mheptinstall said, this issue is reported in Office 365 admin center-> Service health.
As a workaround, admins can sort the users requests using any field and the accept/ decline buttons will populate.
Similar issue post for your reference:
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/...
As far as I know, the only OOB solution to inset a classic list view on a modern page is using the Embed web part, and it is not supported to show only the contents.
You might consider using Focus on Content feature in the web part so that it can hide some part of the ribbon.
You just give the groups permission to those folders, but don't give permission to the site or to the root folder. That's why users cannot go to SharePoint Homepage.
To solve this issue, you need to give access to these two security groups on the site level. Thus they could access the homepage.
This is how the permission works in SharePoint - if you assign any permission to the granular level and if you don't assign any permission for that user in top level (site), that user will automatically be assigned to limited access permissions .
For example, if you have given permission to a user at list or list item level, but not in site level - in this ...
There are string functions you can use in MS flow, you can have a check on them: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/logic-apps/workflow-definition-language-functions-reference
And here is an example of extracting last line with last fucntion
I seems have the same issue as you. Please check the steps below if you operate as me:
Per my test, I click the group by name 3/11/2020.
Then I click See all in the Filter pane, and select other date options to filter, in the view, it only display the file for 3/3/2020, and the group by name with the wrong format for 3/3/2020.
If the repro steps is same ...
When creating a reusable SharePoint 2013 workflow from SharePoint Designer using the Ribbon, you are unable to bind it to a content type.
The (very silly) workaround to this is to create the workflow from the File menu as follows.
You may try with creating a custom list then in that create a calendar view then you can display this calendar view in your page.
You may refer the below article, how calendar view works in SharePoint :
Share Point Calendar. Calendar in SharePoint. SharePoint Calendar Views
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 ...
Its probably losing permissions because user Ids and groups are different between site collections. Losing the permissions is possibly a design decision I would say.
I don't know of an out-of-the-box way to move items between site collections, but this seems something you could achieve with a custom solution.
You cannot do this using OOTB capabilities. However I would recommend below things:
If you want to hide the page title from only fixed number of pages (say only 4-5 pages) then I will recommend you to use Modern Script Editor created using SPFx and adding the CSS to hide the page title.
If you want to hide the page title from all modern pages then I would ...
That is a known behavior.
If you will add [Me] filter on the "login" column then you will able to see only the list items where you have been added to "login" column.
If you want to show the comments you have entered then maybe you need to create another view where you will add [Me] filter on "Created By" column.
And if you don't want to create a new view ...
The supported limit is 50,000, but the recommended general limit is 5,000. Making changes to more than 5,000 uniquely permissioned items at a time takes longer. For large lists, design to have as few unique permissions as possible.
As the number of unique permissions in a list increases, performance decreases. The throughput difference for operations on a ...
The workaround is deploy react-script-editor to your tenant so you could hide the share button for specific page by custom CSS.
OR SPFx Applications Customiser to inject custom CSS
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:
There are are two types of solutions (wsp) in SharePoint on-premise:
We used to deploy the sandbox solution to SharePoint online till the year 2016 now does not support, but we cannot deploy the farm solution
So, if you have a farm solution, you need re-develop the functionality or solution using the modern SharePoint technology -...
You can use the OOB Discussion board in SharePoint Online.
Or you can activate the Community Site Feature via Site settings > Manage site features to get a full function of Discussion feature.
You can create categories, start discussions, like/vote for replies and set best reply for the discussion. It’s not exactly stackoverlow-like but it covers most ...
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.
You can store the users and site/group information into a csv file, then use CSOM PowerShell cmdlets to call the file and add users into SharePoint groups.
A demo for your reference:
#Load SharePoint CSOM Assemblies
Add-Type -Path "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\16\ISAPI\Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.dll"
Add-Type -Path "...
Go to the "Microsoft 365 Admin Center" home page. https://admin.microsoft.com/Adminportal/Home?source=applauncher#/users
Then click on the "Active Users" link from the left panel.
Click on the "Add Multiple users" from the user dashboard report.
Download the sample CSV template.
Update the CSV the user details.
Upload the CSV file where you have ...
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 ...
If you are using JSON formatting on you list field, Commonly the code will make the person name be displayed as simple text string instead of a special link in people picker field. I am not sure if there are possible options to keep it as a link which will show the profile card.
Using the below css we can change the column header font in SharePoint datasheet or quick edit view :
Datasheet/Quick Edit Views CSS
Standard Views (not quick edit) CSS