SharePoint

Create multiple List Items with a CSV file using Invoke-PnPSPRestMethod

Did you know that there’s also a PnP PowerShell command that will use a REST request? Meaning we’ve got a...

Update Specific List Items in SharePoint using PowerShell PnP

In this blog post, let’s have a look at a specific cmdlet: Set-PnPListItem. We have a couple of interesting parameters...

Find who deleted files in SharePoint Online using PowerShell PnP (from the recycle bin)

Recently, I have seen a few requests about how can we get who deleted files in a SharePoint Online site?...

Use List Formatting samples to enhance your lists and libraries

SharePoint Online has come a long way visually from the old days, and also from an “out-of-the-box” functionality point of...

Working with Views in SharePoint

Having different Views in your SharePoint lists & libraries can be very useful. It allows you to see information in...

[Video] 🎥 – Get Started with PnP PowerShell on PowerShell Core

Hello there! I have created a new video on my Youtube channel to help you getting started with PnP PowerShell...

Create Folders with Months Name in SharePoint Online using PowerShell PnP

Hello there! Today’s post will help you create a folder structure in SharePoint Online organized by month’s name! You’ll see...

Managing SharePoint Online Security: A Team Effort

✨ Here is my 6th article wrote for the Microsoft 365 Community Docs! ✨ Security has always been an important...

Get a list of folders created per month in SharePoint Online using PowerShell PnP

Oh no! We’re talking about folders again… Yes we are! But this time, we’ll get some insights as to when...

Why SharePoint Training is Important

From my experience, SharePoint training is (very) often neglected. We think it’s going to be “OK” and users will learn...

Get the attachments names in SharePoint lists using PowerShell PnP

Have you ever noticed that in SharePoint, when you attach files in a list item, you can add the column...

Change column values based on other column values in SPO using PowerShell PnP

Today, I wanted to share something I’ve learned thanks to the PowerShell Community out there, who responded to my “Tweet...

Find checked out files across multiple Site Collections and libraries in SPO using PowerShell PnP

It might be another day, and you might have another requirement! In today’s blog post, we’ll have a look at...

Find empty folders in a SharePoint site using PowerShell PnP

We still have this debate about Folders vs. Metadata. Which one is better? Should I continue to use folders? etc…...

Custom Search in SPO using Out-of-the-Box features and Open Source Webparts!

As we all know, Search is extremely important in SharePoint. We have a lot of features out-of-the-box ready to help...