PowerShell for SharePoint (on-prem), SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016

Create the Content Type Hub in SharePoint Server (GUI & PowerShell)

Today’s post will be a bit long. But at the end, you’ll understand what is the Content Type Hub, its purpose, and how to create it in 2 different ways! Content what? In order to understand the purpose of the Content Type Hub, we first need to understand Content Types. This is a rather confusing topic for many of us,…

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PowerShell for O365, SharePoint Online

Create and assign Content Types to Libraries using PowerShell PnP

The way you use PowerShell for SharePoint Online (SPO) is a bit different than with SharePoint Server. You don’t have access to the SPO servers, and you have way less cmdlets available compared to SharePoint Server. But thanks to very nice people out there, we can now use SharePoint PnP (Patterns & Practices) to create or retrieve things easily. For…

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SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016

Create SharePoint Content Types (and associate templates)

In this blog post, we are going to talk about Content Types, and how they can help your users, as well as keeping things organised and visual. Whenever users are uploading their documents into SharePoint, sometimes you wish they were all the same format so you know at a glance what you’re looking at. Creating Content Types with associated templates…

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