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SharePoint Allow Or Prevent Custom Script https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/allow-or-prevent-custom-script.md
description: "Learn how global and SharePoint admins can change the custom scrip
# Allow or prevent custom script
-As a global or SharePoint admin in Microsoft 365, you can allow custom script as a way of letting users change the look, feel, and behavior of sites and pages to meet organizational objectives or individual needs. If you allow custom script, all users who have "Add and Customize Pages" permission to a site or page can add any script they want. (By default, users who create sites are site owners and therefore have this permission. For more info about SharePoint permission levels, see [Understanding permission levels in SharePoint](./understanding-permission-levels.md).)
+As a global or SharePoint admin in Microsoft 365, you can allow custom script as a way of letting users change the look, feel, and behavior of sites and pages to meet organizational objectives or individual needs. If you allow custom script, all users who have "Add and Customize Pages" permission to a site or page can add any script they want. (By default, users who create sites are site owners and therefore have this permission.)
> [!NOTE] > For simple ways to change the look and feel of a site, see [Change the look of your SharePoint site](https://support.office.com/article/06bbadc3-6b04-4a60-9d14-894f6a170818).
To allow custom script on a particular site (previously called "site collection"
```PowerShell Set-SPOSite <SiteURL> -DenyAddAndCustomizePages 0 ```
- or by means of the PnP.PowerShell cmdlet [Set-PnPSite](/powershell/module/sharepoint-pnp/set-pnpsite?view=sharepoint-ps)
+ or by means of the PnP.PowerShell cmdlet [Set-PnPSite](/powershell/module/sharepoint-pnp/set-pnpsite)
```PowerShell Set-PnPSite <SiteURL> -NoScriptSite $false
SharePoint Default Sharepoint Groups https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/default-sharepoint-groups.md
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-description: "Learn what the default SharePoint security groups are available for SharePoint sites in Microsoft 365."
+description: "Learn what the default SharePoint groups are available for SharePoint sites in Microsoft 365."
# Default SharePoint groups The default SharePoint groups are created automatically when you create a site (previously called a "site collection"). The default groups use SharePoint's default permission levels - sometimes called SharePoint roles - to grant users rights and access. The permission levels that these groups have represent common levels of access that users have to have. They are a good place to start when you add users to a SharePoint site.
-Administrators can create additional groups to align more closely with specific business needs. Deciding how to design and populate your SharePoint security groups is an important decision that affects security for your site and site content.
+Administrators can create additional groups to align more closely with specific business needs. Deciding how to design and populate your SharePoint groups is an important decision that affects security for your site and site content.
Here are links to information on understanding and setting SharePoint permissions.
Here are links to information on understanding and setting SharePoint permission
- [Edit and manage permissions for a SharePoint list or library](https://support.office.com/article/02D770F3-59EB-4910-A608-5F84CC297782) -- [How to create and edit permission levels](./how-to-create-and-edit-permission-levels.md)
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## Permission levels for default SharePoint groups <a name="__toc352237424"> </a>
SharePoint Viva Connections Overview https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/viva-connections-overview.md
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-> - Information in this article relates to the updraded Viva Connections app that is in preview. Viva Connections includes *both the desktop and mobile experiences*. It may be modified before it's generally available for all customers.
+> - Information in this article relates to the upgraded Viva Connections app that is in preview. Viva Connections includes *both the desktop and mobile experiences*. It may be modified before it's generally available for all customers.
> - Earlier this year, Viva Connections desktop was released (formerly known as the Home site app.) The Viva Connections desktop app is a custom line of business app for Microsoft Teams and is built using PowerShell provided by Microsoft. The Viva Connections desktop app includes the desktop experience *only*. [Learn more about Viva Connections desktop](/SharePoint/SharePointOnline/viva-connections.md).
A dashboard is made of medium-sized and large-sized cards which users can intera
A card can also reflect dynamic content that refreshes based on a user action or other event. For example, users can see new tasks assigned to them when they open the dashboard. As the users mark the tasks as **complete**, the card updates to reflect their new number of tasks.
-![Animated GIF displaying how to interact with the dashboard](media/new-vc-dashboard-interaction-2.gif)
+![Animated GIF displaying how to interact with the dashboard](media/new-vc-dashboard-interaction.gif)
The dashboard experience has been designed to be consistent across mobile platform and desktop, but there are some differences:
This is a basic summary of the steps to deploy Viva Connections.
| Public preview known issues | Target release | | :- | :- |
-| [SPFx] Isolated components do not support vanity domain (web/desktop/mobile) | November |
+| [SPFx] Isolated components are not currently supported | November |
| [Feed] Social reactions/comments still enabled but not functional (when disabled) | December | | [Mobile] App acquisition flow. Workaround is to install missing app from desktop| December |
SharePoint Permissions Planning For Sites And Content https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-SharePoint/commits/live/SharePoint/SharePointServer/sites/permissions-planning-for-sites-and-content.md
Last updated 8/24/2017
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Some sites in an enterprise probably contain content that should not be availabl
Permissions control access to sites and site content. You can manage permissions by using SharePoint groups, which control membership. Fine-grained permissions also help to secure content at the item and document level.
-The following articles about how to plan security for sites and content are available here, [Get help with permissions in SharePoint](../../SharePointOnline/understanding-permission-levels.md).
+[Learn about default permission levels and user permissions](/sharepoint/sites/user-permissions-and-permission-levels)