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    19 comments  ·  Office 365 Admin » SharePoint Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Tom commented  · 

    Here's how you can turn off the 'flow' button in doc libraries/lists within SharePoint sites using Powershell. Whether they are shown/hidden is governed by a property that can be set on the SPWeb. You could obviously adapt this script to target specific sites or leave as is and target the root site and all sub sites within a specific Site collection.

    https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Disable-Flow-Button-on-4e514d5e

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    Tom commented  · 

    Now that the 'Dispositions' dashboard has been created (which is great by the way) that has views for 1) content that has expired that needs to be actioned & 2) a report of past dispositions, could we address Will's requirement here with a 3rd view that shows 'Upcoming dispositions' which would display the date the content is due to expire, again with some of the same filters that are available on the other views you have created.

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    Tom commented  · 

    The new Dispositions dashboard is a great addition to the Compliance Centre. At the moment though you can only filter by date range and label.

    It would be really useful to have the ability to filter the dashboard further so that you can return, for example, all items that are eligible for disposition within a specific document library or folder.

    When you extract the dashboard as a report to Excel currently, you are provided with the filepath to the item in the excel report so presumably it would be possible to use this information directly in the dashboard to make further filters for site/library/folder?

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