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SharePoint Add Columns Content Type https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/add-columns-content-type.md
You can customize content types by adding columns of the types you need. You can
To add a column to a content type, follow these steps:
-1. Go to the SharePoint admin center.
+1. Go to the [Content type gallery page of the new SharePoint admin center](https://admin.microsoft.com/sharepoint?page=contentTypes&modern=true), and sign in with an account that has [admin permissions](./sharepoint-admin-role.md) for your organization. The Content type gallery page isn't available if you have the global reader role.
-2. Under **Content services**, select **Content type gallery**.
+2. Under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type to which you want to add a column.
-3. On the **Content type gallery** page, under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type to which you want to add a column.
+3. Under **Site columns**, from the **Add site column** dropdown, select **Add from existing site columns**. The **Add from existing site columns** panel appears.
-4. Under **Site columns**, from the **Add site column** dropdown, select **Add from existing site columns**. The **Add from existing site columns** panel appears.
+4. In the **Select site columns from existing category** section, select **Add** or **Remove** to add or remove columns from the choices that appear. You can choose a category to narrow the list of available columns.
-5. In the **Select site columns from existing category** section, select **Add** or **Remove** to add or remove columns from the choices that appear. You can choose a category to narrow the list of available columns.
+5. In the **Update List and Site Content Types** section, decide whether you want to update all site and content types that inherit from this content type with the settings on this page.
-6. In the **Update List and Site Content Types** section, decide whether you want to update all site and content types that inherit from this content type with the settings on this page.
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-7. Select **Save**.
+6. Select **Save**.
## Change column order
To change column order for a content type, follow these steps.
**To change column order on a content type**
-1. Go to the SharePoint admin center.
-
-2. Under **Content services**, select **Content type gallery**.
+1. Go to the [Content type gallery page of the new SharePoint admin center](https://admin.microsoft.com/sharepoint?page=contentTypes&modern=true), and sign in with an account that has [admin permissions](./sharepoint-admin-role.md) for your organization. The Content type gallery page isn't available if you have the global reader role.
-3. On the **Content type gallery** page, under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type to which you want to change a column's order. That site content type page appears.
+2. Under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type to which you want to change a column's order. That site content type page appears.
-4. Under **Site columns**, in the **Name** column, select the column that you want to change its order.
+3. Under **Site columns**, in the **Name** column, select the column that you want to change its order.
-5. Select the vertical ellipsis to the right of the site column name you selected, and from the dropdown, select **Reorder site columns** and then select from the following four choices:
+4. Select the vertical ellipsis to the right of the site column name you selected, and from the dropdown, select **Reorder site columns** and then select from the following four choices:
- **Move to top**
To change column order for a content type, follow these steps.
## Make a column required, optional, or hidden
-To make a column required, optional or hidden, follow these steps.
+To make a column required, optional, or hidden, follow these steps.
**To make a column required, optional, or hidden**
-1. Go to the SharePoint admin center.
+1. Go to the [Content type gallery page of the new SharePoint admin center](https://admin.microsoft.com/sharepoint?page=contentTypes&modern=true), and sign in with an account that has [admin permissions](./sharepoint-admin-role.md) for your organization. The Content type gallery page isn't available if you have the global reader role.
-2. Under **Content services**, select **Content type gallery**.
+2. Under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type that you want to change a site content type by adding a column. That site content type page appears.
-3. On the **Content type gallery** page, under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type that you want to change a site content type by adding a column. That site content type page appears.
+3. Under **Site columns**, in the **Name** column, select the name of the column that you want to make optional, required, or hidden.
-4. Under **Site columns**, in the **Name** column, select the name of the column that you want to make optional, required, or hidden.
+4. Select **Edit site column settings**. The **Edit site column settings** panel appears.
-5. Select **Edit site column settings**. The **Edit site column settings** panel appears.
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-6. In the **Show or hide site column** section, do one of the following:
+5. In the **Show or hide site column** section, do one of the following:
- To show or hide this column in lists, check or clear **Show this column in lists**, respectively.
To make a column required, optional or hidden, follow these steps.
- To require users to specify information for a column, select **Required (must contain information)**.
-7. Under **Update sites and lists**, if you want to update all site and list content types that inherit from this content type with the settings on this page, check the box.
+6. Under **Update sites and lists**, if you want to update all site and list content types that inherit from this content type with the settings on this page, check the box.
-8. Select **Save**.
+7. Select **Save**.
## Related topics
SharePoint Api Access https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/api-access.md
When developers build SharePoint Framework solutions, they might need to connect
The API access page shows pending and approved requests. It also shows which requests apply to any SharePoint Framework component or custom script in your organization (organization-wide) and which requests apply to only the specific component (isolated). > [!NOTE]
- > The admin role that's required to approve permissions depends on the API. To approve permissions to any of the third-party APIs registered in the tenant, the [application administrator](/azure/active-directory/roles/permissions-reference#application-administrator) role is sufficient. To approve permissions for Microsoft Graph or any other Microsoft API, the global admin role is required.
+ > The admin role that's required to approve permissions depends on the API. To approve permissions to any of the third-party APIs registered in the tenant, the [application administrator](/azure/active-directory/roles/permissions-reference#application-administrator) role is sufficient. To approve permissions for Microsoft Graph or any other Microsoft API, the global admin role is required. The API access page is not available for people signed in with the global reader role.
## Approve a pending request
SharePoint Control Access From Unmanaged Devices https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/control-access-from-unmanaged-devices.md
Limiting access allows users to remain productive while addressing the risk of a
> [!NOTE] > Blocking or limiting access on unmanaged devices relies on Azure AD conditional access policies. [Learn about Azure AD licensing](https://azure.microsoft.com/pricing/details/active-directory/) For an overview of conditional access in Azure AD, see [Conditional access in Azure Active Directory](/azure/active-directory/conditional-access/overview). For info about recommended SharePoint access policies, see [Policy recommendations for securing SharePoint sites and files](/microsoft-365/enterprise/sharepoint-file-access-policies). If you limit access on unmanaged devices, users on managed devices must use one of the [supported OS and browser combinations](/azure/active-directory/conditional-access/technical-reference#client-apps-condition), or they will also have limited access.
-
+
+## Control device access across Microsoft 365
+
+The procedures in this article only affect SharePoint access by unmanaged devices. If you want to expand control of unmanaged devices beyond SharePoint, you can [Create an Azure Active Directory conditional access policy for all apps and services in your organization](/azure/active-directory/conditional-access/howto-conditional-access-policy-compliant-device) instead. To configure this policy specifically for [Microsoft 365 services](/azure/active-directory/conditional-access/concept-conditional-access-cloud-apps#office-365), select the **Office 365** cloud app under **Cloud apps or actions**.
+
+![Screenshot of the Office 365 cloud app in an Azure Active Directory conditional access policy](media/azure-ca-office365-policy.png)
+
+Using a policy that affects all Microsoft 365 services can lead to better security and a better experience for your users. For example, when you block access to unmanaged devices in SharePoint only, users can access the chat in a team with an unmanaged device, but will lose access when they try to access the **Files** tab. Using the Office 365 cloud app helps avoid issues with [service dependencies](/azure/active-directory/conditional-access/service-dependencies).
+ ## Block access 1. Go to the [Access control page of the SharePoint admin center](https://admin.microsoft.com/sharepoint?page=accessControl&modern=true), and sign in with an account that has [admin permissions](./sharepoint-admin-role.md) for your organization.
Limiting access allows users to remain productive while addressing the risk of a
> [!NOTE] > When Access Control for Unmanaged Devices in SharePoint is set to **Allow limited, web-only access**, SharePoint files cannot be downloaded but they can be previewed. The previews of Office files work in SharePoint but the previews do not work in Microsoft Yammer.
-
+ ## Limit access using PowerShell 1. [Download the latest SharePoint Online Management Shell](https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=255251).
The following parameters can be used with `-ConditionalAccessPolicy AllowLimite
The AllowDownlownloadingNonWebViewableFiles parameter has been discontinued. Please use LimitedAccessFileType instead.
-External users will be affected when you use conditional access policies to block or limit access from unmanaged devices. If users have shared items with specific people (who must enter a verification code sent to their email address), you can exempt them from this policy by running the following cmdlet.
+People outside the organization will be affected when you use conditional access policies to block or limit access from unmanaged devices. If users have shared items with specific people (who must enter a verification code sent to their email address), you can exempt them from this policy by running the following cmdlet.
`Set-SPOTenant -ApplyAppEnforcedRestrictionsToAdHocRecipients $false`
SharePoint Create Customize Content Type https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/create-customize-content-type.md
To create a content type, follow these steps:
**To create a content type**
-1. Go to the SharePoint admin center.
+1. Go to the [Content type gallery page of the new SharePoint admin center](https://admin.microsoft.com/sharepoint?page=contentTypes&modern=true), and sign in with an account that has [admin permissions](./sharepoint-admin-role.md) for your organization. The Content type gallery page isn't available if you have the global reader role.
-2. Under **Content services**, select **Content type gallery**.
+2. Select **Create content type**. The **Create content type** panel appears.
-3. Select **Create content type**. The **Create content type** panel appears.
-
-4. On the **Create content type** panel, provide a name and description for the new content type.
+3. On the **Create content type** panel, provide a name and description for the new content type.
![Create content type](media/create-content-type.png)
-5. In the **Parent content type** section, from the **Category** and **Content type** dropdowns, select the content type that you want to base this content type on.
+4. In the **Parent content type** section, from the **Category** and **Content type** dropdowns, select the content type that you want to base this content type on.
-6. In the **Category** section, you are provided two choices:
+5. In the **Category** section, you are provided two choices:
- To put the new content type in an existing category, select **Use an existing category**, and from the **Category** dropdown, select a category. - To put the content in a new category, select **Create a new category**, and in the **Category name** box, provide a name.
-7. Select **Create**.
+6. Select **Create**.
The new content type appears in the **Content type gallery**. ## To change the name of a content type
-1. Go to the SharePoint admin center.
-
-2. Under **Content services**, select **Content type gallery**.
+1. Go to the [Content type gallery page of the new SharePoint admin center](https://admin.microsoft.com/sharepoint?page=contentTypes&modern=true), and sign in with an account that has [admin permissions](./sharepoint-admin-role.md) for your organization. The Content type gallery page isn't available if you have the global reader role.
-3. On the **Content type gallery** page, under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type that you want to change.
+2. Under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type that you want to change.
-4. On the content type page, on the menu bar, select **Edit**. The **Edit content type** panel appears.
+3. On the content type page, on the menu bar, select **Edit**. The **Edit content type** panel appears.
-5. In the **Name** text box, change the name of the content type.
+4. In the **Name** text box, change the name of the content type.
-6. When done, select **Save**.
+5. Select **Save**.
## Associate a document template with a content type
You can make it even easier for users by adding the Timesheet content type to a
**To associate a template with a content type**
-1. Go to the SharePoint admin center.
-
-2. Under **Content services**, select **Content type gallery**.
+1. Go to the [Content type gallery page of the new SharePoint admin center](https://admin.microsoft.com/sharepoint?page=contentTypes&modern=true), and sign in with an account that has [admin permissions](./sharepoint-admin-role.md) for your organization. The Content type gallery page isn't available if you have the global reader role.
-3. On the **Content type gallery** page, under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the document-based content type that you want to change by associating a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint template.
+2. Under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the document-based content type that you want to change by associating a Word, Excel, or PowerPoint template.
-4. In the menu bar, under **Settings**, select **Advanced Settings**. The **Advanced Settings** panel appears.
+3. In the menu bar, under **Settings**, select **Advanced Settings**. The **Advanced Settings** panel appears.
-5. Enter the location of the template:
+4. Enter the location of the template:
- If the template is stored on your site, select **Use an existing template**, and then enter the URL for the template that you want to use. To edit the template, select **Edit template**. - If the document template is stored on your local computer, select **Upload a new document template**, and then select **Upload**. From the explorer page, locate the file that you want to use, select it, and then select **Open**.
-6. Under **Permissions**, to select whether the content type can be modified, select either **Read** or **Edit**. You can change this setting later from this page by anyone with permissions to edit this content type.
+5. Under **Permissions**, to select whether the content type can be modified, select either **Read** or **Edit**. You can change this setting later from this page by anyone with permissions to edit this content type.
-7. Under **Update site and lists**, if you want to update all site and list content types that inherit from this content type with the settings on this page, select **Enable**.
+6. Under **Update site and lists**, if you want to update all site and list content types that inherit from this content type with the settings on this page, select **Enable**.
-8. Select **Save**.
+7. Select **Save**.
## Related topics
SharePoint Publish Content Type https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/publish-content-type.md
You can publish, unpublish, or republish content types in the content type hub a
**To publish, republish, or unpublish a content type**
-1. Go to the SharePoint admin center.
+1. Go to the [Content type gallery page of the new SharePoint admin center](https://admin.microsoft.com/sharepoint?page=contentTypes&modern=true), and sign in with an account that has [admin permissions](./sharepoint-admin-role.md) for your organization. The Content type gallery page isn't available if you have the global reader role.
-2. Under **Content services**, select **Content type gallery**.
+2. Under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type for which you want to manage updates. That site content type page appears.
-3. On the **Content type gallery** page, under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type for which you want to manage updates. That site content type page appears.
-
-4. In the menu bar, select **Publish**. The **Manage Publishing** panel appears.
+3. In the menu bar, select **Publish**. The **Manage Publishing** panel appears.
![Manage publishing](media/manage-publishing.png)
-5. On the **Manage Publishing** page, do one of the following:
+4. On the **Manage Publishing** page, do one of the following:
- To make this content type available for download to all sites in the organization, select **Publish**. - To publish updates to this content type, select **Republish**. - To make this content type unavailable for download to sites in the organization, select **Unpublish**. Any copies of this content type being used in other sites will be converted to a local content type.
-6. Select **Save**.
+5. Select **Save**.
## Related topics
SharePoint Remove Columns Content Type https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/remove-columns-content-type.md
Columns can be added and removed from content types as necessary. To remove a co
**To remove a column from a content type**
-1. Go to the SharePoint admin center.
+1. Go to the [Content type gallery page of the new SharePoint admin center](https://admin.microsoft.com/sharepoint?page=contentTypes&modern=true), and sign in with an account that has [admin permissions](./sharepoint-admin-role.md) for your organization. The Content type gallery page isn't available if you have the global reader role.
-2. Under **Content services**, select **Content type gallery**.
+2. Under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type to which you want to remove a column.
-3. On the **Content type gallery** page, under the **Site content type** column, select the name of the site content type to which you want to remove a column.
+3. Under **Site columns**, select the column name you want to remove.
-4. Under **Site columns**, select the column name you want to remove.
+4. Select the vertical ellipsis to the right of the site column name you selected, and from the dropdown, select **Delete**. A **Delete site column** dialog box appears prompting you that this action will remove the column from the content type.
-5. Select the vertical ellipsis to the right of the site column name you selected, and from the dropdown, select **Delete**. A **Delete site column** dialog box appears prompting you that this action will remove the column from the content type.
-
-6. Select **Delete** to confirm.
+5. Select **Delete** to confirm.
## Related topics
SharePoint What S New In Admin Center https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/what-s-new-in-admin-center.md
We're continuously adding new features to the new SharePoint admin center and fi
## April 2020 -- **Support for the Global reader role**. Users assigned this role can view all info in the admin center, but can't save any changes. [Learn more about this role](/azure/active-directory/users-groups-roles/directory-assign-admin-roles#global-reader).
+- **Support for the Global reader role**. Users assigned this role can view all info in the admin center, but can't save any changes. [Learn more about this role](/azure/active-directory/users-groups-roles/directory-assign-admin-roles#global-reader). The following features aren't available for people who are signed in as global readers: Content type gallery page, Migration page, API access page, link to OneDrive admin center, customizing the navigation in the left pane.
## December 2019