I would like a option to see all sharepoint sites that i have access to.135 votestell us more · AdminSharePoint Experiences Team (email@example.com, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Thanks for the feedback. It would helpful to know the specific scenarios where users aren’t able to get to the content they need.
We’ve observed that with sites shared publicly, or sites attached to a public Office365 Group, it’s not very meaningful to see every SharePoint Site a user can access, because there could be a huge number, most of which the user isn’t interested in.
Is the focus here more like “show me all sites I’m a member of”?
There is one comment that says search isn’t working, please open a support ticket for that.
SharePoint Online. We really need to set some restrictions of file types that user can upload to a document library.
For example, to deny upload file with extension .bmp and .tiff.104 votestell us more · AdminSharePoint Experiences Team (firstname.lastname@example.org, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
Thanks for your feedback. We were wondering if you asked for this control only on Team sites or OneDrive for Business as well?
We need a cmdlet that lists all the sites that are linked to a Hub Site. Maybe call it Get-SPOHubSiteLinkedSites and it would take as a parameter the URL of the Hub Site.39 votestell us more · AdminSharePoint Experiences Team (email@example.com, Microsoft SharePoint) responded
As announced at Ignite, the modern SharePoint admin experience will be releasing the ability to view all sites associated to a hub by end of year.
For hub site visitors, you can leverage the Sites web part to display all sites associated to the hub as well (provided the visitor has access to the sites).
Currently if a site owner opens the Site Information flyout menu and opens the dropdown of Hub Sites available for association the user will see all Hub Sites in the tenant, even those the user has no permissions to view. This might reveal Hub Sites with confidential information (like R&D project names) the user otherwise would have never been able to see.
Thus, the dropdown list showing the Hub Sites should only the Hub Sites the current user has (at least) "view" permissions on.13 votes
We already support scoping hub sites through the use of mail enabled security groups. Instructions on how to set it up: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/create-hub-site?redirectSourcePath=%252farticle%252fcreates-a-hub-site-92bea781-15d8-4bda-805c-e441e2191ff3
Can you provide more details on what’s missing?
We like your new "Site content" page and we would be very happy to add on other pages (Wiki or Web part pages) a "Site visits" or "Trending content" web part.12 votes
Have you tried the Site activity web part? This shows you recent activity on the current site, however it doesn’t really provide “site visits” Love to learn more about what you need. Thanks.
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