How to Disable Built-in Site Templates in SharePoint Online?

SharePoint Online offers several built-in site templates that provide preconfigured site structures and features. By using these templates, you can quickly create business-specific sites without requiring extensive customization. You can apply any built-in template using the “Apply a site template” link under your existing sites’ “Site Settings” menu. However, in some cases,…

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How to Create a Site Template in SharePoint Online?

SharePoint Online offers a powerful feature called Site Templates, which allows users to automate the provisioning of modern SharePoint sites with custom or pre-defined configurations and content. With Site Templates, you can maintain consistency across your site collection, including themes, lists and libraries, site columns and content types, association with hub sites,…

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SharePoint Online: Create Site Design and Site Scripts using PowerShell

What are Site Design and Site Scripts in SharePoint Online? Site design and site scripts are the new way to create site templates in SharePoint Online. Say, you want to create sites with a specific theme, apply a logo, set regional settings, create a list or library in the site, add users,…

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How to Copy a Site in SharePoint Online using PowerShell?

Requirement: Copy a sub-site in SharePoint Online using the PnP Provisioning Template. Site templates are a great way to make a “template” and create a copy of a site, including its structure and content. However, Microsoft has removed the “Save as Template” feature in modern site templates and group associated team sites…

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SharePoint Online: Find All Communication Sites using PowerShell

Requirement: Get All Communication Sites in SharePoint Online Tenant. How to Find All Communication Site Collections in SharePoint Online? Communication sites are used to broadcast a message, such as news, reports, etc., to your organization in a visually compelling way. E.g., Intranet site. Finding all communication sites in a SharePoint Online tenant…

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How to Find the Site Template in SharePoint Online using PowerShell?

Requirement: Find the Site Template in SharePoint Online using PowerShell. How to Find the Site Template in SharePoint Online? You may have an existing site and want to know the site template used in creating the site in SharePoint Online. In this article, I’ll show you how to find the site template…

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SharePoint Online: Create Site Collection from Custom Template

Requirement: Create a Site Collection with Custom Template in SharePoint Online. SharePoint Online: Create Site Collection from Custom Template A custom site template is a pre-configured set of components, settings and features that can be used as the foundation for a new site collection. Creating subsites from a custom template is quite…

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Get Site Templates in SharePoint Online using PowerShell

Requirement: Get Site Templates in SharePoint Online using PowerShell. How to Get Site Templates in SharePoint Online? Site templates are the building blocks of sites in SharePoint Online. They define the site’s structure, data, functionality, and look and feel. SharePoint Online provides different site templates out-of-box to create sites quickly. The “Template…

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SharePoint Online: How to Save Site as Template?

Requirement: Save the SharePoint Online Site as a Template! Site templates are the quickest way to define the skeleton of a particular standard in SharePoint. It provides great re-usability so that we can create as many sites as we want from the template without manually re-creating them. So, After you create a…

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SharePoint Online: “Save Site as Template” Link Missing? Here is How to Enable!

Problem: The “Save Site as Template” option is missing in SharePoint Online! The “Save Site as Template” option is unavailable on Office 365 group-connected and Communication sites! However, there is another reason why you don’t see the “Save site as Template” link under site settings: Custom script disabled! Why Can’t I Save…

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