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By default the rest api returns only 100 items. We can add $top=5000 in rest api to solve your issue. /_api/web/lists/getbytitle('Volunteer%20Master%20List')/items?$top=5000 If you have more than 5000 items, we can use the code like below. var url = _spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl + "/_api/web/lists/getbytitle('Volunteer%20Master%20List')/items?$top=...


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Looks like your tenant is in the standard release mode. This capability is currently rolling out and available in targeted release tenants. You can change the release mode of your tenant as mentioned here. Would suggest that you change the mode only if its a demo or acceptance environment. Reference - Microsoft 365 Roadmap link


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If you're trying to add custom data to users and you want to access that data anywhere a user object is found, I'd suggest you look at schema extensions. Microsoft has a great example of this. Guiliano De Luca has a great blog post about that exact topic. And Office 365 CLI has a cool command that makes it easy for you to add the extension to your schema. ...


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Edit "search result webpart" > click "Change query". In "Query text" type path to your list/library Path:"https://.../Lists/testList/" (contentclass:STS_ListItem OR IsDocument:True) Check if your Managed Properties are (Query Retrieve Refine Sort Safe) like OOTB refinable managed properties.


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Web parts can be added to the home page or other pages that you've added. We can't add web parts to the document library pages. Document libraries do have "views", which can specify which filters and what sort order to use to display the documents. Unfortunately, number of views isn't one of the options for the document library "view".


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It's by design that the 'multiple lines of text' columns only can be filtered using 'Contains' and 'begins with'. As a workaround, I recommend you use SharePoint Designer to edit the list view, then use Filter in the List View Tools options to filter items when multiple lines of text column is null. Reference: SharePoint Designer 2013 – How to modify List ...


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It’s true that we cannot filter site contents in SharePoint Online. The direct way to display all lists would be to create a site page and then manually add all list web parts on the page. This process can be automated with PowerShell. You can also use Highlighted content web part. Add the web part on a Site Page and apply custom query under “Query text (...


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What's the problem with you? You can add another web part by clicking "Add a Web Part" button as your screenshot. Update: If your page is in Site Pages library, you can go to SharePoint Designer->Site pages in the left pane->find the page and Edit File in advanced mode. Add insert Web Part Zone via click the botton:


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You will need to add the app to each site. You can either do this via adding a local app catalog to each site, then adding the app, or deploying the app to the central app catalog and installing the app to your sites. Hub sites do not support app-push down.


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I had the exact same issue some time ago. Some users were actually getting a permissions issue, since the page tries to go into edit mode and they don't have access to edit pages. This was the solution I found. <script> function WebForm_OnSubmit() { return false; } </script> If you just want to prevent a special event from ...


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One way you can do it, go to the one of the web parts page and at top page query string add ?contents=1 , then you will get 'web parts maintenance page' where you can see all web parts on that page,with the type, open or closed. If the web parts are closed, then those are not used. The above manual process you can automate it using the PowerShell script, ...


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In Order to add a new WebPart Zone you need to create a custom Page Layout and use that page layout to create your SharePoint Pages OR you can edit your page in SharePoint Designer and add below code snippet to it. Reference: Create a Custom Page Layout in SharePoint. Then you can add below code snippet to add webpart zone to your custom page layout: <...


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Please add a CAML Query in soapEnv variable to filter based on companySubgroup field, here is the modified complete code for your reference: <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://code.jquery.com/ui/1.12.1/themes/base/jquery-ui.css"/> <script type="text/javascript" src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.12.4.js"></script> <script type="...


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You can just edit page without Content Editor Web part. So you can add table to the page (without Content Editor Web part) then add web parts to each cell.


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You can edit the page in Advanced mode in SharePoint Designer, find the cell of the table, insert a Data View web part and select the relevant list.


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In the BaseWebPart class you can access the displayMode property to see if a page is in edit mode or not. Reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/javascript/api/sp-webpart-base/basewebpart?view=sp-typescript-latest#displaymode if (this.displayMode === DisplayMode.Edit) { this.domElement.innerHTML = `<div>Edit mode</div>`; } else { ...


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Try your code using in below format: private _JS: string = "https://*******.sharepoint.com/sites/CommunicationSiteTopic/Shared%20Documents/MyScript.js"; let articleRedirectScriptTag: HTMLScriptElement = document.createElement("script"); articleRedirectScriptTag.src = this._JS; articleRedirectScriptTag.type = "text/javascript"; document.body.appendChild(...


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@microsoft/sp-build-web should be installed when you run npm install the first time. In package.json, this is referenced in the devDependencies section: "devDependencies": { "@microsoft/sp-build-web": "1.4.1", "@microsoft/sp-module-interfaces": "1.4.1", "@microsoft/sp-webpart-workbench": "1.4.1", "@types/chai": "3.4.34", "@types/mocha": ...


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I don’t think you can hide the tip web part based on clicking on subfolders since You cannot ensure the contents to stay the same. The page gets refreshed every time you click on a subfolder. However, you can hide a web part with a onclick method with JavaScript. It adds a button to the page and hide the web part when you click the button. Please see the ...


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Use: .ms-vh-div[Name="Recent_x0020_History"] { width:300px } There are no StaticName property on div elements that use .ms-vh-div class. The property Name has the value of internal name of the column. So using the property Name should solve your problem.


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For classic page, you could just add Script editor web part by editing the page. For modern page, it's a bit complicated. You need to deploy react script editor web part to your site:https://github.com/SharePoint/sp-dev-fx-webparts/tree/master/samples/react-script-editor. Then you can embed custom script.


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I assume you want to make it easier for end users to find the daily use files. Add the Highlight content web part to home page shall be easier to for them to search for files. Or just sort by the last modified date.


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Web parts are not security. Any of those users could still go to / guess the URL of the list and see all of the items. One solution would be to create a workflow that each time an item is added or edited would break inheritance on the item and grant required permissions to the Company User or a group of Company Users. It would also grant any other ...


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I'm not going to answer your question as stated, but provide an alternate approach to your entire solution. Provider hosted apps - how can I phrase this appropriately? Well, they suck. They are a nightmare to deploy, they impose additional maintenance overhead, they are difficult to style properly, and they are ungodly slow. On top of that they provide very ...


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This is not the default behavior when you add a list web part in the welcome page. A few things you can check: Make sure the calendar is displayed properly in the calendar list. Delete this web part and create a new one in another zone on the welcome page, for example, the body part. Test on a new page with different template like wiki page. Switch to ...


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I create a new page in the communication site and add a hero web-part to it, i can choose "edit details" for the hero web-part, from there i can add images, texts and URLs for links: After you add a hero web-part in a new page, make sure you choose "select link" to set a link, then you can see "edit details". Use the Hero web part for your reference: ...


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The Current View in SharePoint List Web Part (Apps Web Part) is not related to any list view in our SharePoint List. As per my understanding, when you add the list web part on a SharePoint page it creates a copy of default view of your SharePoint list. Current View is not updated when you change the view on the list itself. If you want to add/remove any ...


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Office 365 SharePoint Online supports development using: SharePoint Framework - Web parts and Extensions. SharePoint Add-ins - SharePoint Hosted and Provided Hosted. SharePoint webhooks.


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Check below demo to split the zone as two slide zones.


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You cannot do this OOTB way, you would have to write code to get users of Site owners group using JSOM or REST API and create required html based on data returned. Use content editor webpart to add script to any page. Below is code snippet using REST API. Below snipped it adding users to dropdown, you need to modify it to and generate your html, with comma ...


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