SharePoint Online: Configure Require Check Out Option using PowerShell

Requirement: Configure the require check out settings in SharePoint Online. The Require check out option in SharePoint Online helps to avoid save conflicts when multiple users attempt to open and edit a document simultaneously. Basically, the Check out is a quick way to lock a document from editing by other users. How…

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SharePoint Online: Delete a Link in Quick Launch or Top Navigation using PowerShell

Requirement: Remove a Node from SharePoint Online Top Navigation or Quick Launch bar. How to Remove a Link from SharePoint Online Top Navigation or Quick Launch Bar? Are you looking to delete a link in your SharePoint Online site’s quick launch or top navigation? Perhaps you have a link that you no…

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SharePoint Online: Add Top Navigation Link using PowerShell

Requirement: Add a link to the top navigation in SharePoint Online using PowerShell. How to Add a Link in Top Navigation Bar in SharePoint Online? When creating or customizing a SharePoint Online site, you may need to add a link to the top navigation. This blog post will show you how to…

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SharePoint Online: Get All Feature using PowerShell

Requirement: SharePoint Online PowerShell to List Features. How to Get Site features in SharePoint Online? Microsoft SharePoint Online is a great platform that provides many features and functionality. There may be instances where you need to see a list of all the available features on your sites. In this blog post, I…

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SharePoint Online: Get-Set Property Bag Values with PowerShell

Property bag in SharePoint Online is a quick and convenient way to store and retrieve custom configurations instead of storing them elsewhere. It stores configuration data in the Hash-Table (Key-Value) format. SharePoint allows storing configuration settings at different levels, such as site collection, site, list, and list items. Here is my collection…

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SharePoint Online: Open Documents in Client Applications by Default

Requirement: Open documents in client applications by default in SharePoint Online. How to Open Documents in Client Application in SharePoint Online? Do SharePoint Online documents open in the browser instead of the client application? By default, documents such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. open in the browser with Office web apps in…

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SharePoint Online: PowerShell to Get All Document Libraries

Requirement: PowerShell to List All Document Libraries in SharePoint Online. How to Get All Document Libraries in SharePoint Online Site? If you are managing a SharePoint Online site and want to get all document libraries in a SharePoint Online site, there are two methods you can use! This blog post will show…

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SharePoint Online: PowerShell to Get Folder Permissions

Requirement: Get Folder Permissions in SharePoint Online using PowerShell. How to Get Folder Permissions in SharePoint Online? Folder-level permission in SharePoint Online helps to obtain fine-grained permissions, and they are an important part of SharePoint Online security. As an administrator, you may need to manage the permissions for folders to ensure that…

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SharePoint Online: Move a File between Document Libraries using PowerShell

Requirement: SharePoint Online PowerShell to Move files from one library to another. How to Move Files in SharePoint Online? Are you looking for a way to move files between SharePoint Online sites? Maybe you need to move a file out of a document library and into your Files area. Or perhaps you…

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