Modern experience solutions are created every day and installing them on Office 365 can be challenging and can create confusion for users. How do have this solution on this site and not on another one? In this article, it’s reviewed both methods available to install solutions on SharePoint and explain what is best for what.
When you create Hub Sites, it’s required to add multiple logos to all the associated sites. With a simple PowerShell Script, we can set all those sites to have the same logo.
By default, when you trying to activate the SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure feature, you’re getting an error message on your SharePoint. That is because there are some hidden SharePoint features required to be able to
On SharePoint Team Sites can be hard to do understand who and what are the permission of certain users. If they belong to an Office 365 group they will have the permissions of that group. They can also be added manually to the site and they will have the permissions set when added. This structure can leave users without the correct permissions on the SharePoint sites.
SharePoint sometimes can be a challenge to understand the structure and who is admin of the what. The article below allows you to extract all the SharePoint Communication Sites to an Excel that you can send to anyone to be analyzed without having to give Administrator rights.
Microsoft released nice features for SharePoint online one of them are the footer and the headers that you can customize. However, there are some scenarios already configured where this footer doesn’t work with the current design. There a possibility to remove those footer by interface but you need to remove one by one. With the power of PowerShell, we can disable all the Footers from all the existing Communication sites.