SharePoint Online: How to Create a Site Design from Existing Site using PowerShell?

November 14, 2019    ,
How to Create a New Site Collection from an Existing site in SharePoint Online? With Get-SPOSiteScriptFromWeb cmdlet, we can create a site design from an existing site collection and then use the site design to create new instances of the site. The cmdlet is a new feature addition to SharePoint Online! It extracts the site schema from a given site and can be used to create copies of any existing site structure. Here is the basic syntax and example: Syntax: Get-SPOSiteScriptFromWeb -WebUrl $siteUrl -IncludeTheming -IncludeBranding -IncludeSiteExternalSharingCapability -IncludeRegionalSettings -IncludeLists $RelativeListUrls Example: Get-SPOSiteScriptFromWeb -WebURL https://crescent.sharepoint.com/sites/marketing  -IncludeBranding -IncludeTheme -IncludeRegionalSettings -IncludeSiteExternalSharingCapability -IncludedLists ("Lists/work","Lists/Marketing%20Documents") Create Site Design from an Existing site using PowerShell Before using this cmdlet, make sure
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SharePoint Online: Change Site Language using PowerShell

November 08, 2019    , , , , ,
Multi-lingual sites are ideal for global organizations that operate in different regions of the world. Let's see how to change the default language settings on SharePoint Online sites. What decides in which language the site is displayed? Well, It depends on whether a particular language has added to the site's alternate languages list and the user has that particular language in his user profile language preferences! So, If you want your site to appear in Arabic language, your site must have "Arabic" under alternate language section and the user must have "Arabic" at the top of the preferred language settings! The default Language of the SharePoint Online Site The language you select during a site collection or subsite creation will become the "Default" language of the site. The default language of the site will remain the same - we can't change it! But if the users visiting the site have one of the alternate languages of the site adde
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