This article applies to a lot of different issues you might be having with your SharePoint-powered site, or even custom functionality like mobile apps using SharePoint’s search index. I’ll list a few of the situations, which could be caused by these issues, below: You’re using Search to show a list of User Profiles with their properties, but it’s showing outdated or missing information Your intranet has the classic “Upcoming Birthdays”…Continue reading Issues with User Profile Property visibility in Search-powered functionalities
First of all: you’re right and your eyes are serving you well. It has indeed disappeared. Starting in October, it’ll be hidden from end users. Microsoft is retiring the “Site Content and Structure” tool in SharePoint Online. Which kind of makes sense, since it’s quite an old feature – albeit, a very useful one. How to access “Content and Structure”? Even though Microsoft is retiring the tool, and has already hidden…Continue reading Help! My “Content and Structure” page in SharePoint Online is gone!
Every now and then, an API or a method call comes along, that you need to be very careful with. “Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Web.AddSupportedUILanguage()” seems to be one of them. In this post, I’ll try and document my findings and workarounds for said method! Issues and solutions Posts Related to “Problematic behavior of web.AddSupportedUILanguage(int lcid) in SharePoint 2013 and 2016”:SharePoint Localization – a (somewhat) comprehensive how-to!SharePoint Home, Hub, Sites, Start… What?5 ways to…Continue reading Problematic behavior of web.AddSupportedUILanguage(int lcid) in SharePoint 2013 and 2016
SharePoint List Alerts. That magnificent functionality in SharePoint, that let’s you get a heads-up anytime someone touches your precious documents (so you can go and revert the changes), or changes files in Style Library (so you can go and remove that pink custom CSS they tried to add). Very useful for a lot of scenarios! The functionality is ancient, quite cumbersome and CERTAINLY not pretty, but it’s straightforward and quite…Continue reading Subscribe to changes on a SharePoint list
Twitter embed has a stupid, built-in failure condition: if the User Agent contains IE10 or older, the embed script will not load. This causes SharePoint embeds to fail. This post describes how to fix that.
Can’t access a web part page because of a broken web part? Yeah, that’s a classic issue – and it’s nicely ported into Modern world, too! In these cases, web part page maintenance mode comes in handy! There’s a query parameter available for accessing it. For whatever reasons, it’s different for Classic and Modern mode, though. Why make things easy if you can make them difficult, right? :) Posts Related…Continue reading Opening a web part page in maintenance mode
Localization and targeting of content in multilingual SharePoint installations is always an issue. SharePoint offers a multitude of ways to profile content based on user language (or other properties), but none of the solutions are foolproof. This post describes how to fetch only localized results from the SharePoint Search index, which solves at least some of the issues. Description SharePoint Search index can be used in quite a few different…Continue reading Using “DetectedLanguage” to return only localized results from SharePoint Search index