How to Enable-Disable Comments in SharePoint Online List?

The new comments feature introduced in SharePoint Online modern lists allow users to comment on SharePoint Online list items. Disable Comments in SharePoint Online List Items Although comments in SharePoint Online list items is a great new feature, in some scenarios you may want to hide it! E.g. It may cause confusion…

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SharePoint Online: PowerShell to Iterate through All Site Collections

Requirement: PowerShell to iterate through all site collections in SharePoint Online Tenant How to loop through all sites in SharePoint Online? Have you ever wanted to loop through all the sites in your SharePoint Online environment? Maybe you want to get a list of all site owners, or simply just enumerate all…

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Disable Kindle/YouTube/Twitter Web Parts at Tenant Level in SharePoint Online

SharePoint Online Administrators can hide the Kindle/YouTube/Twitter web parts which are all included in the modern SharePoint Online site web parts toolbox by default, at the tenant level using PowerShell cmdlet “Set-SPOTenant -DisabledWebPartIds @(“Web Part IDs”). To disable a specific web part you need to enter its GUID as the parameter: Twitter…

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SharePoint Online: Disable Access Requests for All Sites using PowerShell

Requirement: Disable access requests for SharePoint Online sites. How to Disable Access Request in SharePoint Online? In certain scenarios, you may want to disable access requests in SharePoint Online. Sure, we can disable the ability for people to request access to your SharePoint Online site either from site settings or by using…

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SharePoint Online: Activate a Feature on All Sites using PowerShell

Requirement: Enable a SharePoint Online feature for all sites using PowerShell. PowerShell to Activate a Site Collection Feature for All Sites We have a requirement to enable a SharePoint Online “Open Documents in Client Applications by Default” feature for all site collections in the tenant. Here is the PowerShell to enable a…

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SharePoint Online: Disable a Feature for All Sites using PowerShell

Requirement: Disable a feature for all SharePoint Online sites using PowerShell. PowerShell to Deactivate a Site Feature on All Collections in the Tenant We have a requirement to disable the SharePoint Online “Open Documents in Client Applications by Default” feature for all sites in the tenant. Here is the PowerShell to disable…

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Generate SharePoint Online Site Usage Reports using Graph API and PowerShell

Requirement: Generate usage reports for SharePoint Online sites How to Generate Usage Reports for All SharePoint Online Sites in the Tenant? From Microsoft 365 admin portal you can export the usage data in CSV format. To get usage and activity reports for all SharePoint Online sites, follow these steps: Navigate to Microsoft…

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OneDrive for Business: Configure Access Requests Settings at Tenant Level

Requirement: Set Access Requests Settings to all OneDrive for Business sites at Tenant Level. How to Configure Access Requests and Sharing Settings in OneDrive for Business Sites? We can configure access request settings for all OneDrive for Business sites at the tenant level. There are two switches available to set access requests…

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Office 365: Managing Site Storage Limits in SharePoint Online

By default, SharePoint Online uses “Automatic” Storage management to reduce administrative overheads. Each site collection gets allotted with the required storage space from the shared storage pool of the tenant automatically. When you subscribe to Office 365, you’ll get 1TB of storage + 10 GB per user license. Say, for example, If…

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How to Get the Tenant ID in SharePoint Online?

Requirement: Get Tenant ID from SharePoint Online. What is my SharePoint Online Tenant ID? When you subscribe to Office 365, You’ll be assigned a unique identifier as your Tenant ID.  This Tenant ID is a GUID that links all the services in your Office 365 environment. At times, you may need to…

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