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Terms are the basic unit or smallest item in Managed Metadata or Taxonomy. TermSet is just a collection of Terms.Like say if you want to create a taxonomy for countries and their cities. Country will become the TermSet (eg:England) and cities will be Terms inside respective termsets ie London will be term inside England. Tags are special terms , they are ...


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The big difference between Keywords and Terms are that Terms are controlled by you (normally) and Keywords are controlled by the users. Sometimes Keywords are referred to as Folksonomy whereas Terms are referred to as Taxonomy. To use Terms to tag a document, create a custom Site Column and map that to a TermSet (which is a collection/hierarchy of Terms), ...


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Yes the Tags and Notes have been retired as Microsoft's recommendation is for organizations to use the Yammer enterprise social networking solution instead.


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One technique you might try is using a Content Editor Web Part. To ensure SharePoint doesn't mess with the code, you could add the code in a text file to the site. Then in the properties of the CEWP, reference the URL to the text file. This will render the contents of the text file in the web part.


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Haven't done this, but the way I would do it is to make a query to search (f.e. using REST) and ask to return tags as refiners (create a refinable managed property, if it's not there yet). Refiners have a RefinementCount property, which gives an approximate number of hits. Creating a link to search for each refinement result (tag) shouldn't be difficult ...


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You can go for custom development, as it is free but required efforts from you. With Open with explorer, you will not retain all the metadata and it is also slow, but you can keep the structure. here is free tool SPIEFolder ( but dont maintain the metadata). You can try couple of 3rd party tools. SPListX for SharePoint or Export & Archive Your ...


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Tags and notes feature is retired in SharePoint Online( office 365) couple of years back. Here's what we recommend as an alternative to Tags & Notes: Follow documents to see updates in your newsfeed when others make changes to the document (see Follow documents to track them ) Keep track of all the documents and sites relevant to you ( see Organize ...


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You can use Convert time zone action in Microsoft flow and specify the Destination time zone with UTC offset to Central France. Check this question here as example. Here you can find a list of time zones: Time Zone IDs (Compact 2013). If you want to format your string different you can use the following as a reference: Standard Date and Time Format ...


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The key to this in SharePoint Online is starting with a modern team site or communication site. You can set properties on the pages that can be used to filter your web part shown in the carousel layout. Once you have modern pages, there are only two steps. Add the Highlighted content web part to a modern page and chose a filter. Set the layout to ...


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you would be able to change folder metadata by clicking on button "Quick edit" from menu. There you can change values for all folders at once


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If you are using SharePoint 2010, you can use a Web Analytics web part to display most visited pages in Site on the page. How to display most visited sites in SharePoint 2010 using Web Analytics web part If you are using SharePoint 2013, you can use a Content Search web part to display most visited pages on the page. How to display most visited sites in ...


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If I recall correctly, the "Tags and Notes" feature was officially deprecated in SharePoint 2013. If you use a MMS field on the list or library or apply Enterprise Keywords to the document or item, that will show in Search Results. It should show after a crawl in the Tags refiner.


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The simplest way that comes to mind is just opening the document library in explorer view and then copying/pasting the files/folder. As far as I know, this should retain the metadata (although thing like creation date/ author/modified date/editor may be lost). Be wary though, the explorer view uses WebDav, and will probably be quite slow during the copy. ...


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There is no OOTB feature available to tag the pages automatically. You need to write your own logic on itemupdating event which involved Object model based coding. Pls refer the below link to understand this Reference Link


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After trying different things, I was able to fix it by adding CDATA Comment tags on the Handlebars Template <script id="Template" type="text/x-handlebars-template"> <![CDATA[ {{#each this}} {{#if this.Banner}} <div> <div class="mainText"> {{#if this....


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Reputation class from Microsoft.Office.Server.ReputationModel namespace (CSOM assembly Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.UserProfiles.dll) contains the following method: public static ClientResult<int> SetLike(ClientRuntimeContext context, string listID, int itemID, bool like) The following example demonstrates how to set Like for a List Item using ...


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Tags are associated with in built Keywords termset. You can create predefined tags but it won't be in hierarchical order.You can open managed metadata service , go to System-->Keywords. Add your pre defined terms. Also to restrict the user from adding new tags you can select Keywords termset and in General tab in right side set Submission Policy to Closed.


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For me it looks like a permission problem. Could you please check and make sure that users have Use Social Feature permission. check this blog http://mysharepointwork.blogspot.com/2010/11/disablehide-social-tags-notes-for-group.html good to know blog: http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/uploadfile/anavijai/tags-and-notes-in-sharepoint-2010/


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The tag cloud stuff in SP2010 is somewhat circuitous. The process works like this: At the document library you enable metadata publishing (Library Settings > Enterprise Metadata and Keyword Settings. Check 'Save metadata on this list as Social tags' Once that's been enabled an event receiver will push any new or edited MMS column values to the social tags ...


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If you want to use your list as a lookup list then you can try using my free tool SharePoint 2010 Autocomplete Lookup Field However, if you want to create a webpart with textbox, you can use Jquery along with REST to search the list as shown in this example: Autocomplete TextBox using JQuery and REST


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You can filter a list in a view based on a textbox using SharePoint Designer. The basic steps include: Add an ASP.NET textbox control to your page Add the XSLTListView webpart (if it's not already there) Click the XSLTListView webpart and click Parameters. Add a Control Parameter and find the textbox control ID from the drop-down. Name it something distinct ...


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That's a Taxonomy or Managed Metadata field. You can add this field through visual studio either declaratively or programmatically. Update: Here is a link to create the the Metadata field programmatically: http://sharepointnadeem.blogspot.in/2012/02/create-managed-metadata-field.html And see here to add it to the New Form: http://sharepointlearningcurve....


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Just to give you an overview on the social features of SharePoint Server 2010, it consists of the following social features: • Tags • Note Board • Ratings • Bookmarklets Tags: • Public tags By default, all authenticated users can add social tags to documents and other SharePoint items & its visible to everyone. • Private tags A user who ...


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Just to give you an overview on the social features of SharePoint Server 2010, it consists of the following social features: • Tags • Note Board • Ratings • Bookmarklets Tags: • Public tags By default, all authenticated users can add social tags to documents and other SharePoint items & its visible to everyone. • Private tags A user who ...


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