1 comment on “Enable your SharePoint Start Page for language preferences”

Enable your SharePoint Start Page for language preferences

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Have you noticed that when you set your preferred language in your user profile, the SharePoint Start Page remains at the tenant default language? Me too, so lets go and change that. In the above screenshot, I have setup a…

0 comments on “Communication Sites: A first look at the modern page title area changes”

Communication Sites: A first look at the modern page title area changes

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The modern page title area change has reached one of our tenants! These new options give your pages, an article-like feel, with the emphasis on the title, author and a little teaser description to entice the readers. The new changes…

1 comment on “Create Communication Sites with a specific primary language using PnP PowerShell”

Create Communication Sites with a specific primary language using PnP PowerShell

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Do you want to create a Communication Site in another language? This post will show you how by creating a site with the primary language set to a language other than English using PnP PowerShell. Before creating these, it is…

1 comment on “Create Communication Sites with a specific primary language using the User Interface”

Create Communication Sites with a specific primary language using the User Interface

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The new SharePoint Admin Centre updates have begun to rollout to targeted release tenants. This has enabled us to look at the new feature and provide a visual method for creating multi-lingual sites using the user interface. Creating the site…

2 comments on “Series: Creating a Multi-lingual Intranet using Communication Sites”

Series: Creating a Multi-lingual Intranet using Communication Sites

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SharePoint in general supports a wide range of languages. However, it is not immediately obvious how to set this up, configure it and what automation you can use to take advantage of the modern Communication Sites features. SharePoint Online has…

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Visual Studio Code: Colorize – Visualise Tenant Theme in PowerShell

Quick tip: if you are building a modern SharePoint Online theme for your tenant, using PowerShell script and want to see the colours that represent the hex codes - consider installing Colorize for Visual Studio Code. The colorize extension typically…