Connect to SharePoint Online using Azure AD App ID from PowerShell

Requirement: Connect to SharePoint Online with Azure Active Directory Application from PowerShell. How to Connect to SharePoint Online using Azure Application ID from PowerShell? Using Azure Application ID to connect to SharePoint Online is a great way to manage your SharePoint Online environment from unattended PowerShell scripts. In this post, we’ll go…

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SharePoint Online: How to Enable “View in File Explorer” in Microsoft Edge?

Requirement: Configure view in file explorer feature with Edge browser. How to configure the “View in File Explorer” Feature in Edge? As Internet Explorer is discontinued from Windows 11, We may be missing the nifty feature file explorer view or mapped network drives of SharePoint document libraries. The good news is that…

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Microsoft Teams: Change Meeting Recording Expiration Policy

Requirement: Change the expiration date on Teams recordings. How to Set the Meeting Recording Expiration Days? The auto-expiration feature in Microsoft Teams automatically deletes Microsoft Teams recording files stored in OneDrive after the default expiration time. To change the default auto-expiration setting for your tenant, do the following: By changing the expiration…

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Switch between Document Libraries with Document Library Dropdown Menu in SharePoint Online and OneDrive

The latest Microsoft 365 update 81990 has brought a dropdown menu next to modern document libraries to switch between document libraries in a SharePoint Online site or OneDrive. When you click on the dropdown, you’ll get a menu with a list of document libraries to choose from the site. This enables users…

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Hide a Button in SharePoint Online List or document library Toolbar

Requirement: Hide a Button (E.g. New, Upload, Share, etc.) in SharePoint Online. How to hide the “New” button in SharePoint Online List View? Have you ever wanted to hide a button from the SharePoint Online list or document library? E.g. You may want to hide the new button in the SharePoint Online…

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SharePoint Online: Enable Top Navigation in Team Sites

Requirement: Enable the top navigation bar by switching navigation in SharePoint Online Team sites. How to add the top navigation bar in SharePoint Online? SharePoint Online navigation switcher is rolled out finally! A much-awaited feature enables you to change the navigation to either vertical (top navigation) or Horizontal (left navigation). In the…

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SharePoint Online Permissions – A Comprehensive Guide!

Introduction One of the key features of SharePoint Online is its robust permissions system, which allows administrators to control who has access to specific content and what actions they can perform on that content. This guide will provide an overview of SharePoint Online permissions, including how to set and manage permissions, how…

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How to Check the SharePoint Online Version?

Requirement: Find the SharePoint Online version of the Microsoft 365 tenant. Find SharePoint Online Version Why? Because some features, like the navigation switch, Request File, etc., were not enabled due to the target release settings of Microsoft 365. So, we wanted to check the current version of the SharePoint Online tenant. To…

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SharePoint Online: How to Enable Global Navigation using App Bar?

Requirement: Add global navigation in modern SharePoint Online How to Create Global Navigation in SharePoint Online? You may probably know that there is no global navigation in SharePoint Online. This can be a bit confusing if you work with multiple site collections, as you have to navigate back and forth to access…

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How to Add Microsoft Forms to SharePoint Online?

Requirement: Add Microsoft Forms to SharePoint Online. How to Add Microsoft Forms to SharePoint Online Page? Microsoft Forms are a great way to gather data from your employees and customers. They’re easy to use, customizable, and perfect for data collection and communication. Need to add Microsoft Forms to SharePoint Online? Sure, Microsoft…

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