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SharePoint Set Up New Term Set https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/public/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/set-up-new-term-set.md
To configure the tagging policy
3. Select **Save**.
-**Usage navigation tab**
+**Navigation tab**
Enabling site navigation means you can use the terms in this term set for site navigation links with friendly URLs and dynamic content. Enabling faceted navigation means users can use refiners based on managed metadata from the search index to quickly browse to specific content
-1. Under the **Usage Navigation** tab, for **Use term set for site navigation**, select **Edit**. The **Edit Properties** panel appears.
+1. Under the **Navigation** tab, for **Use term set for site navigation**, select **Edit**. The **Edit Properties** panel appears.
2. Click the **Enable** check boxes to use this term set for site or faceted navigation.
SharePoint Sharepoint View In Edge https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/public/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/sharepoint-view-in-edge.md
Follow the steps below to use View in File Explorer in Microsoft Edge:
> [!NOTE] > Ensure the management shell version is 16.0.21610.12000 or higher or the ViewInFileExplorerEnabled option will not be available.
-7. **(Required)** Next, as a tenant administrator, update your SharePoint Online tenant configuration via SharePoint Online Management Shell to allow persisted cookies for View with Explorer.
-1. Run the following cmdlet to enable persistent cookies.
- ```PowerShell
- Set-SPOTenant -UsePersistentCookiesForExplorerView $true
- ```
+7. **(Required)** _View in File Explorer_ requires persistent cookies to operate correctly; when you sign in, select **Yes** when the **Stay signed in?** prompt appears.
You can locate the View in Explorer button by navigating to the **Library** > Select the **Library View Menu** on the right-hand side > Select **View In File Explorer**.