I mean, I’m trying to have a multi-language app (english-spanish), the app is not mine, so it has a lot of legacy code. There is some logic in the code kind of
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So, I would like just to change the headers language but trying not to mess with the rest of the code.
When someone performs a search on a search engine and is presented a result page, he is a click away of becoming a visitor of one of the listed links. If you own site appears in the list, you could consider this person as a “potential visitor”.
However, “potential visitor” sounds a bit unclear. For example, this term could be used to designate someone who might be interested in the site at a later time, but this is not what we mean here. Is there a more specific term to name this person?
I have several SharePoint task lists synced to my Outlook but none of them display in my To-Do app. My outlook tasks that aren’t synced from sharepoint are displaying in To-Do, its just the SharePoint tasks that I am having trouble with. Thanks!
I have a requirement where the user is filling out the InfoPath form (saves to list) and adds an attachment. I need that attachment to also be copied over to a document library. However form my understanding this is not doable OOTB.
So another solution I found is I can put a link in the InfoPath form to the document library where they can upload their document. Then when they click on the list item to view the InfoPath form, I want to put a library web part under the InfoPath form toshow the form they uploaded to the document library that corresponds to that InfoPath form.
Is this possible how I am describing? If there is another solution please share as well.
thank you for any assistance.
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I wanted to ask a simple question… what are you doing to help your users view URLs in emails on mobile devices? Our training program is helping people to understand how to view URLs before clicking the actual link. On mobile devices this is difficult and every attempt is a risk due to having to hold press to highlight or copy the information.
What suggestions do you all have other than copying the URL into another app to view the text, disabling your cellular and wifi before attemping to hold-press to view the URL, or waiting until you reach a desktop device for suspiscious emails?
We have several endpoints which were authenticated using a bearer access-token. There was another endpoint which will renew/generate a new bearer access-token on passing valid secret_id and client_id.
Now a client is asking for a new endpoint which will give them their already generated bearer access-token as a response from DB on passing valid secret_id and client_id but I feel that it was wrong to have such an endpoint based on several other APIs that I have used in the past.
Are there any drawbacks on providing such an endpoint? Are there any security issues that i should be worried about?
Our website has a problem of caching certain dynamic elements on a page when they shouldn’t be. I’d like to find out what is the approximate impact of this, by checking how many users were viewing cached version of the page in the last year or so. Is this possible?
I am interested in recording who/when users view particular Google Drive Document files. I know tiny urls might work but as its an internal issue would prefer to stay within Google API’s. I can see them via the Google Trend option in Activity but would like them in a summary form for reporting purposes. Are there fields somewhere that show this? I am able to output a list of the files via the answer Get a list of Drive files into a spreadsheet Its the users/frequency of file access I am interested in.
When using desktop versions of Microsoft Office (i.e. Word and Excel) alongside SharePoint 2010 workflows in SharePoint Online, we have the option to open approval tasks while viewing the document or the approval email – there is an “Open this task” button at the top saying “Open this task”.
Is there anything similar to this in Office Web Apps (i.e. Word/Excel Online) while using Microsoft Flows?
We have been showing our customer some Microsoft Flow based approvals for SharePoint Online documents, but they are concerned most of their management will not like switching back and forth between Word/Excel, SharePoint Online and approval emails, etc, just to approve a document.
Thanks for any advice.